Arts & Events
“Not to be Otherwise” by artist Stacey Holloway was inspired by the film.
Enjoy free performances by students, faculty and guest artists presented by the UAB Department of Music.
Seán Curran Company will present the world premiere of a piece commissioned by the Alys Stephens Center, “Everywhere All the Time.”
Registration is open now, with classes starting in October.
A New Orleans-themed lobby party, free for ASC members and $25 at the door, will precede the performance.
This season, the Department of Theatre will world-premiere a new, original musical, “Savage.”
Spencer will present a relaxed, sensory-friendly performance designed to create an experience welcoming to all families.
A panel discussion and reception are from 5:30-7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at Space One Eleven.
This performance, inspired by traditional Congolese music and rumba, will take children and parents on a happy journey to Africa.
Playwright Caridad Svich pulled loosely from Antarctic biologist James McClintock’s research and story to create a fictional journey of romance, tragedy and concern for the planet’s future.
The exhibition will highlight the diverse work created in the UAB painting studio under Professor of Painting Gary Chapman’s guidance.
Two free exhibitions will be featured Sept. 10-Oct. 19 in UAB’s AEIVA as part of the conference.
The Alys Stephens Center will help provide professional learning in the arts for Jefferson County teachers.
A season kick-off party precedes the show, with Mak Grgic opening for k.d. lang. Special VIP offers are also available.
Tickets are selling fast for artists Patti LaBelle, Joan Baez, k.d. lang, Chris Thile, Brian McKnight, Gladys Knight and more.
Works in the Rebecca and Jack Drake collection range from civil rights photography to German abstract painting.
Independent curator and writer Brett Levine will discuss Carlos Rolón’s large-scale painting, “Tokyo Boogie.”
This original series will showcase the best singer-songwriters this area has to offer.
“Boxed” will be on exhibition June 1-Aug. 4, with a complementary exhibition devoted to works by past visiting artists at UAB.
Celebrate summer and all things Alabama with the Alys Stephens Center’s outdoor, family-friendly festival.
The Concert Choir was chosen to perform in the 2018 Gotham SINGS! Collegiate Choral Showcase on May 27.
This original family show offers charming lessons on self-confidence, friendship and courage and features a local cast.
Maceo Parker helped pioneer the sound of seminal icons James Brown, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, and Prince.
Works by 17 students will be on display. A free closing reception is from 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 27.
Evidence focuses on the integration of African dance with contemporary choreography and spoken word.
With deliriously tuneful songs, big musical numbers, a huge cast and colorful costumes, “Hairspray” celebrates the ’60s and equality.
The legendary Yo-Yo Ma will star in the center’s biggest fundraiser of the year, the Viva Health Starlight Gala.
The public will have an opportunity for a Q-and-A with the actress at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 31.
From Alabama’s only bhangra/Bollywood dance competition to an outdoor concert with Red Baraat, explore India’s arts, food and culture.
Kenneth Broberg was silver medalist at the 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
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