Arts & Events
Audiences of all ages will treasure this magical tale of family, friendship and hope set to timeless holiday hits.
The exhibition at AEIVA is presented by the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center with gallery talks, a fashion show and a play by community partners.
Curated by art history students, the exhibition focuses on three epidemics, along with a lecture by Michael Saag, M.D.
The panel will include artists and creative arts therapists using a variety of creative arts to help individuals on their paths of recovery.
On the program for “A Piano Event Encounter with Japanese Music” are autumn songs, Japanese nursery rhymes, Japanese/American anime songs, and more.
After a tornado hit Jacksonville State University in March, the jazz ensemble musicians were left without a performance venue.
On Nov. 15 see the exhibition and enjoy “Chamber Music @ AEIVA,” a free performance that connects chamber music with the art on display.
The Grammy Award-winning singer’s hits include “Lady Marmalade,” “New Attitude,” “The Best is Yet to Come” and “On My Own” with Michael McDonald.
Strong student involvement as part of the production team makes this Theatre UAB production unique.
Kassan’s visit is part of the biennial print atelier program of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Art and Art History.
The Omer Quartet won first prize in the 2017 Young Concert Artists International Auditions.
Three beloved stories by the award-winning children’s book illustrator and author are retold live on stage through the magic of blacklight and fanciful puppets.
NPR Music called Keb’ Mo’ “a blues artist whose witty tunes will take some of those blues away.”
Open to all high school students, the event will include faculty and representatives from UAB and four more schools.
Winner of 16 Grammy Awards, Brian McKnight is a singer, songwriter, producer and musician who plays nine instruments.
Join Theatre UAB for this hilarious show, and perhaps be chosen from the audience to come on stage and compete.
On the program are selections by Bach-Busoni, Clementi, Franck-Bauer, Wagner-Liszt and Ravel.
The musicians in Las Cafeteras sing in English, Spanish and Spanglish, and use their performances to inspire social change.
Multiple Grammy Award winner and MacArthur Fellow Chris Thile is a mandolin virtuoso, composer and vocalist.
“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.
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