Arts & Events
Join Eric Meyer, head brewmaster at Cahaba Brewing Company and 2001 UAB alumnus, for a social webinar presented by the National Alumni Society.
The one-hour workshop “Virtual Classroom Engagement: Lessons Learned from Online Summer Camp” will include advice on how to keep students engaged and focused on a virtual platform.
The graduate ceremony, with approximately 1,262 graduating master’s and doctoral students, will air at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 14, while the undergraduate, with approximately 583 students, will air at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15.
This performance will be a virtual culinary conversation and live Q-and-A discussion with Nosrat and the Stitts, owners and operators of Highlands Bar & Grill, Bottega, and Chez Fon-Fon.
Edwards works primarily in acrylic on board, using vibrant colors in a technique that embraces paint drips, beautifully rendering portraits of Black girls.
Five beloved Birmingham arts organizations will come together to present a performance like no other, on the UAB campus. This event is now sold out but you can stream it from home free.
For student actors, the virtual “stage” requires additional patience, focus and benevolence — skills actors should continually develop anyhow, says UAB Theatre alumna Theresa Robbins Dudeck, Ph.D.
UAB asks donors to support any of its emergency response funds to meet the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
Pre-law camp teaches high school students how to disagree.
Teaching art to medical students helps improve their observational skills in clinical encounters, their perceptions of biases, and their tolerance of ambiguity or uncertainty.
Dressing as a priest, a high-status figure, was a way for Soller to get past discrimination; but he was racially profiled for wearing the habit and haircut of the clergy as a man of color.
Representatives will be available to answer questions and determine the perfect program to propel you to the next level in your career.
Join UAB’s Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for a Facebook Live panel discussion on how policing, citizen activism and human rights all play a role during unprecedented times.
The 41st annual Telly Awards awarded it the Gold Telly for Education and 12 Silver and Bronze awards for music, directing, editing, social impact, writing, cinematography and more.
Five beloved Birmingham arts organizations will come together to present a performance like no other, on the UAB campus.
Kids can enjoy summer camp from home with ArtPlay’s new virtual camps.
Learning and performing magic tricks has been shown to benefit children and adults with disabilities. UAB’s annual Magic Camp is free and open to children ages 9-18 diagnosed with a disability.
Join UAB’s Institute for Human Rights for a Facebook Live discussion on human rights during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Throughout May, the UAB Employee Assistance & Counseling Center is offering online tools and information to improve mental health and increase resiliency, and ways to support friends, family and co-workers who may be struggling.
How is COVID-19 exposing disparities with the local economy? Join UAB’s Office of Diversity on Thursday, May 7, for a Facebook live community discussion.
Assistant Professor Stacey Holloway combined silicone molds of her own body with doorstops, rubber bands, an old record player and more to create prosthetic devices that mimic physical connections in these days of social distancing.
To make your own mask, you will need a T-shirt, sharp scissors, pen or marker, and a ruler.
They missed out on their last recitals, but two piano students have announced their graduate school plans, and a drum major for the Marching Blazers has his pick of medical schools.
Donate and pick a race for this year’s virtual run: flat, fast, brutal with hills, completed on a treadmill — or relaxing from your couch.
WBHM’s news gathering resources will be shared with the rest of the state on behalf of the public, says WBHM General Manager Chuck Holmes.
Artists with UAB AIM are telling health care workers, from nurses and physicians to environmental services and facilities staff, they are grateful for the work they continue to do.

Online lessons in activities from hand stitching, paper crafts and visual arts to storytelling, writing and more are available now, including a Spanish “Storytime.”

Many events, including concerts by students and faculty, visits by guest artists and exhibitions may be rescheduled in the future, but the timeline for decisions on when that may occur is unknown.  
This event has been canceled. On the program for Liu’s Birmingham performance are Schumann’s Arabesque Op. 18, Schubert’s Six Musical Moments, Op. 94, and Brahms’ Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 5.
See the BFA exhibition online; a virtual reception will be held from 6-7 p.m. Friday, April 24.
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