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ArtPlay was recognized as an arts education champion with the Making A Difference award, and the Inclusion Award was given to UAB Arts in Medicine for its positive impact on the lives of people with disabilities.
Health care workers showcase their musical talents and perform 20-minute sets throughout the day at UAB Hospital and The Kirklin Clinic.
Support young cancer researchers by attending the Fiesta Ball, bidding on auction items or making a gift at this website.
Bee condos, bat houses and an owl house will help wildlife populations thrive in local gardens and hopefully inspire members of the community to create their own gardens.
The clinic will provide free vision, dental and medical services at Gadsden City High School. There are no qualifying questions, and no identification is required.
Rising seventh- through 12th-grade students can register today for a comprehensive, music-making summer camp experience in the Magic City.
For this free inaugural ASO/UAB Music Concerto Winners concert, alumna Mira Walker ’20 and graduating senior Dina Kasman will each play a different piano concerto by Sergei Prokofiev.
The pandemic delayed their plans, but Côr yr Urdd — a national collegiate choir from Wales — will come to Birmingham to perform with the UAB Gospel Choir for its concert Monday, April 18.
ArtPlay’s tea party is an opportunity for families to come together, celebrate spring with music and snacks, and enjoy fun activities including story time by characters from “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
Presented by UAB Arts in Medicine, experts will provide insight into what happens physically and mentally surrounding a high-stakes performance and how performers can address the fear.
UAB Medicine’s STEP program helps people with disabilities as they transition from pediatric health care to adult health care.
For this Local Live(s) event, the Gulf States Newsroom team of regional reporters will share the stories behind the stories they have reported on — and how the personal and professional intersect.
When the Mount Humungous volcano threatens to annihilate the town, the citizens of Bikini Bottom must come together in this zany musical, which makes use of recycled and repurposed props, scenery and costumes.
The 2022 Jemison Lecture will explore the use of the word “authenticity” in today’s culture April 6 at the UAB Alumni House.
This exhibition is a highlight of the Bachelor of Fine Arts undergraduate career, and each of the six students will display what they have learned over the last four years.
The College of Arts and Sciences will elevate a series of student performances, exhibitions and events for the new Arts Week celebration in April.
Suits for Success provides work-appropriate attire to women through My Sister’s Closet. This year’s drive is March 24-25 on the UAB campus.
ArtPlay’s award-winning visual arts camps offer drawing, painting, sculpture, crafts and more, and musical theater campers will be introduced to singing, dancing and theater.
The winner of the Alabama State Spelling Bee will represent the state at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., in May.
Presented by the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, this Young Concert Artist performance is free and open to the public with advance registration.
Broberg, winner of the 2021 American Pianists Award, will perform works by Medtner, Fauré and Schumann.
The all-department concert will feature solo and ensemble performances, including choral, band, piano, voice, computer music and chamber music.
Explore ways to combat a global issue like climate change at the local level and steps that are already being taken to protect the city of Birmingham from air pollution and environmental hazards.
Students in the Department of Art and Art History got a pinstriping tutorial from Michael Swann of Swann Graphics, then applied their talents to the black Ford Ranger, which will be donated to WBHM 90.3 FM.
A panel including experts from across UAB will discuss the Ukraine crisis and its implications for geopolitics and human rights.
The American period piece is entertainment “on a grand scale.” Alumnus Luke Harlan helped to shape the sumptuous new series and he credits the UAB Department of Theatre, where he learned many of his skills.
The event will feature a tour and Bayberry String Quartet performing works by Mozart and Prokofiev in conjunction with the current AEIVA exhibition “Lily Reeves: Between Futures.”
The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB’s annual ArtBLINK gala was a success in raising both funds and awareness of its 50-year history of advancing cancer research, patient care and education.
Inspired by the myth of Echo and Narcissus, the new work was created by alumna Rebecca Jones and shaped through a residency on her family’s farm, a 2021 UAB Department of Theatre staged reading, and collaboration with faculty, students and alumni.
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