Arts & Events
Watch Lily perform live on the UAB campus or subscribe to the Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center’s Virtual Arts Pass at home.
Men in the community will wear pink on Sunday, Oct. 25, to show support for breast cancer awareness at the annual “Real Men Wear Pink” outreach event.
UAB’s ArtPlay will host a virtual Veterans Day mini-camp for kids exploring dance, music, art and much more.
Enjoy music from jazz legend Eric Essix, a silent auction, and take-out packages that include wine, beer, and even food for two, four or six guests.
Hear chamber music thoughtfully curated and performed by some of Alabama’s top musicians. The performances were prerecorded inside AEIVA galleries with minimal staff and strict adherence to UAB safety protocols.
Join UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center for a LIVE Drive-in concert with Three on a String. Tickets are $20 and $25.
The virtual webinar is at noon, Tuesday, Oct. 13, and is free and open to the public.
Chef Scott Peacock will talk about the role food plays in shaping our memories and cultural traditions for a virtual visit with UAB’s AEIVA.
Chef Kwame Onwuachi of fine-dining restaurant Kith/Kin is a Rising Star Chef of the Year from the James Beard Foundation and was just announced as the judge of the upcoming season of "Top Chef." He will talk with Chris Hastings, chef and co-owner of Birmingham’s Hot and Hot Fish Club.
Get the new Virtual Arts Pass for exclusive access to guest artists, chefs, musicians, and more, plus LIVE Drive-in performances by Three on a String, Raquel Lily, classical bassist Xavier Foley, and Eric Essix and Holiday Soul.
Compete in the yard sign decoration contest, look for clues in the Blazer Hustle Social Media Hunt, paint your own Blaze masterpiece, enjoy the traditional pancakes and karaoke, and tune in to the virtual parade.
Join UAB’s Lister Hill Center for Health Policy for a Facebook panel discussion on life after prison and how our community can help improve the lives of past offenders.
This concert will be the kick-off event for the Alys Stephens Center’s new fall season. Drive-in tickets are $15, $20 and $25.
Learn to sing, dance, act, tell a story, improvise or take a photo — or sing, dance and sweat it out to “So You Think You Can Broadway,” a new creative class with cardio.
Join UAB’s Institute for Human Rights for a Facebook Live discussion on the civil rights history of Birmingham that explores the effects of racist policies both past and present.
“A la carte” features more than 30 renowned contemporary artists whose works utilize food to explore relevant contemporary social and cultural issues. AEIVA will publish an exhibition catalog with full-color reproductions of all works.
The Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts, ArtPlay and the Institute for Arts in Medicine are offering fresh performances, new arts classes, gallery talks with artists and more.
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 event has been postponed. Sessions will include staying injury-free, entrepreneurship, touring, money strategies, social media and more, including a discussion with singer-songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello.
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.
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