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Harper Nichols is not able to grip with one hand. In her colorful photo series, “holding / self portrait,” she shows all the things she holds throughout the day with her arm.
This exhibition is a highlight of the Bachelor of Fine Arts undergraduate career, and each of the six students will display what they have learned over the last four years.
The event will feature a tour and Bayberry String Quartet performing works by Mozart and Prokofiev in conjunction with the current AEIVA exhibition “Lily Reeves: Between Futures.”
The VIVA HEALTH Gala is a fundraiser benefiting UAB’s Alys Stephens Center, Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts, ArtPlay and Arts in Medicine. 
Downs, whose works are currently on exhibition at AEIVA, has taught drawing at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Parsons School for Design, The Cooper Union and Tulane University.
Highlights include UAB Piano Series performances by Marina Lomazov and Kenny Broberg, Chamber Music @ AEIVA, the third annual PRISM concert, and more.
Join AEIVA this winter to see unique representations of art that highlight societal themes of personal relationships, human experience and therapeutics.

Simon Peeples is graduating from UAB with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry and a Bachelor of Art degree in art history, connecting arts and sciences. 

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.
Free, fun activities from UAB’s arts organizations will feature both virtual and in-person events, from lunch and learns to family days, dance performance, spoken word and coloring nights.
UAB’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts will host “Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration,” exploring the work of imprisoned artists and the centrality of incarceration to contemporary art and culture, on view from Sept. 17-Dec. 11.
As a fellow, Stephen Russell, M.D., professor with the UAB Department of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, will design and pilot a new UAB program using art works from artists of color to teach medical students about diversity and clinical insights.
Mother’s Day giving is covered with the Virtual Arts Pass and Alabama artisan subscription box, including a virtual Keb’ Mo’ concert, origami workshop supplies, Bottega olive oil and more.
This Chamber Music @ AEIVA performance will feature a live video broadcast from the AEIVA galleries. This is a one-night-only performance with no re-broadcasting.
Jones has attended the Sundance Film Festival for more than 20 years and uses his experiences to spark students’ analytical skills in film studies classes at UAB.
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