Arts
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.
Wooten is one of Rolling Stone magazine's Top 10 Bassists of All Time, and a founding member of Béla Fleck and the Flecktones.
BBC Music declared the quartet "an absolute triumph. Their playing has everything you could possibly wish for."
A free public reception is planned for 5-7 p.m. Friday, March 23.
Beninese singer Angélique Kidjo is a Grammy Award-winning singer and activist for Africa's women and girls.
Broussard channels the spirits of classic R&B, rock, and soul and fuses it with the influences of his Louisiana upbringing.
Levinthal will speak about his work at 5 p.m. Friday, March 2, with a free reception to follow from 6-8 p.m., presented by UAB’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts.
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