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The Virtual Mental Health Monday series includes sessions on dance, healing rituals, forest bathing, supporting LGBTQ+ youth, suicide prevention, caregivers and reducing homelessness. 
Get your little Blazers active this winter with URec Winter Camp 2022.
The public event will feature discussions by representatives from local businesses and organizations about the environmental challenges in Birmingham and will offer ways to increase community involvement.
Hear personal tales of heartbreak and loss, tenderness and pain, and hope and reconciliation for the fourth annual StoryPower, presented by UAB Arts in Medicine.
Students from local high school choirs will join UAB choirs in this festive annual performance filled with traditional holiday favorites and standard choral classics.
The 2022 Best Bluegrass Grammy-winning album “My Bluegrass Heart” is a homecoming in sound for Fleck, returning with his first bluegrass tour in 24 years.
Research expos are held every semester to showcase the scholarly research work of undergraduate students across disciplines that include basic sciences, social sciences, engineering, health and medicine.
Theatre UAB presents a playful new adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved novel, with glorious costumes, pop music and bright bursts of color, Nov. 9-12 and 16-19.
A cappella sensation Voctave brings artistic arrangements of favorite songs to life.
People impacted by cancer will come together to celebrate and heal through arts and music in the Healing Harmonies choir project.
Academy Award-winner Davis will speak on her work to bring gender parity to entertainment, and sign copies of her new book, “Dying of Politeness,” at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
Enjoy an evening of chamber music with friends and family, featuring the award-winning The Balourdet Quartet — one of the hottest new string quartets on the classical music scene.
In a review of her latest recording, “Holding Space,” Jazz Times wrote Wright’s voice is “one of the marvels of the contemporary scene.”
The success of Uncork Education and the support of generous sponsors and guests allow the National Alumni Society to provide scholarships for deserving students each year.
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash, daughter of the legendary Johnny Cash, will perform in concert and lead a songwriting workshop at UAB.
When we are on the brink of life, how do we choose to spend our time? This sardonic comedy is from the Tony Award-winning authors of “Falsettos.”
UAB becomes a family tradition when alumni parents and grandparents present UAB pins to their currently enrolled students.
ArtPlay’s Kids Night Out provides fun and enriching hands-on arts activities for children ages 5-12 — while the adults enjoy select performances at UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center.
UAB Football plays Middle Tennessee at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8, in Protective Stadium. Tickets are $20-$45; free for UAB students.
The Dragon Wagon bus tours are a chance for alumni to relive their college days while exploring the transformation of UAB’s campus since graduation.
From a lunch and learn to a screening of APT’s “Monograph” with newly discovered footage of Dial, “Chamber Music @ AEIVA” and a spoken word evening, join AEIVA for free events this fall.
Reserve a seat now for this free show featuring violinist Ariel Horowitz and percussionist Britton-René Collins at UAB’s Alys Stephens Center on Oct. 13.
UAB Arts in Medicine and the Birmingham VA’s Whole Health initiative are partnering to present weekly arts workshops for Birmingham-area veterans.
Volunteers will come out in droves to clean, educate, assist and improve the Birmingham community through acts of service on this day.
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music presents recitals and concerts by students, faculty and guest artists, and many of the performances are free.
Neon puppets come to life in complete darkness in this modern version of Aesop’s classic fable, an all-ages family show presented by UAB’s Alys Stephens Center.
A(MEND) will feature a discussion of quilting as it relates to social change advocacy, followed by a sewing session.
Sample classes, create works of art, and enjoy music, food and more at the free ArtPlay birthday celebration. Plus "Alice's Even Bigger Tea Party" is Sept. 24-25.
Kevin Spencer, Ph.D., a leading authority on the therapeutic benefits of magic tricks in education and rehabilitation, presents a fun-filled show with storytelling, stage magic and audience participation.
Presented by the UAB National Alumni Society, these professional education seminars can help people develop financial planning, personal branding, workplace and life skills.
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