Shannon Thomason

Shannon Thomason

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Public Relations Specialist

thomason@uab.edu • (205) 975-8858

Specific beats include: The Arts at UAB; Alys Stephens Center ; AEIVA; ArtPlay ; Arts in Medicine; Student Affairs and Student Life; Career & Professional Development Services; Veterans Services; Lecture Series; Homecoming; Issues management ; Administrative News; College of Arts and Sciences; Department of Art and Art History; Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures; Department of Music; Department of Theatre; Department of Communication Studies; Institute for Human Rights; WBHM; National Alumni Society; The Graduate School; Development

The final tag design, created by UAB graduate Sydney Williams, features a red-shouldered hawk in a long-leaf pine; both are native to Alabama.
Art students from UAB partnered with art students from Hewitt-Trussville, Woodlawn and Mortimer Jordan high schools to create the works, which reflect on the monarch butterfly’s migration.
Enjoy dinner from Perry’s Steakhouse and Department of Music performances. Last year, the UAB National Alumni Society raised nearly $50,000 during its first-ever virtual Uncork Education.
UAB Institute for Arts in Medicine and Stuart Pimsler Dance & Theater will present this original work created with Birmingham community members affected by cancer.
Kasman is one of 44 piano music educators who were selected, and her name is now displayed on the commemorative wall at the Steinway & Sons factory.
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music will present a full season of concerts with in-person audiences for the first time since March of 2020.
This year’s theme is “We Built This City on Green & Gold.” Highlights include the new gurney derby competition: Gurneys on the Green, Homecoming Parade and UAB Football versus Rice at the new Protective Stadium, at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 23.
The study, from UAB’s Institute for Arts in Medicine, shows that learning tricks in a magic camp can boost feelings of self-esteem and confidence in children and adolescents with disabilities.
Classes will be Tuesdays at 10 a.m. and Thursdays at noon; $5 each or $50 for the entire semester.
World-renowned illusionist Spencer, a Birmingham favorite, is a leader in physical and psycho-social rehabilitation using the therapeutic benefits of magic tricks. This show is also a sensory-friendly performance.
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