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The MUSE Conference, created by jazz guitarist Eric Essix and UAB’s Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, features music industry professionals who will provide musicians with the tools to succeed.
Black History Month at UAB brings everyone together for explorations of history, language and Gullah culture, and see “Black Is Beautiful,” Will Downing with Maysa, and Ranky Tanky.
Brathwaite deployed his photography from the late 1950s through the 1960s as an agent of social change, and his collective popularized the transformative idea “Black Is Beautiful.”
Works by art students chosen by guest juror and artist Donté K. Hayes will be on exhibition at UAB’s Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts from Jan. 13-March 25, 2023.
Hayes is also the juror for the 47th annual Juried Student Exhibition, which is on display alongside his exhibition. A free opening reception for both exhibitions is Friday, Jan. 13.
The second half of the season, featuring family shows, soul, world music, pop, rock and more, kicks off in January, plus check out the holiday gift guide.
From a lunch and learn to a screening of APT’s “Monograph” with newly discovered footage of Dial, “Chamber Music @ AEIVA” and a spoken word evening, join AEIVA for free events this fall.
The College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Music presents recitals and concerts by students, faculty and guest artists, and many of the performances are free.
“These Distances Between Us: 21st Century Songs of Longing” by Emily Jaworski Koriath, DMA, and her husband, Tad, focuses on 21st century compositions by living composers.
The UAB Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts will present the first major retrospective exhibition in Alabama of legendary artist Thornton Dial Sr. from Sept. 9-Dec. 10. A free panel discussion and opening reception begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9.
This exciting recurring exhibition from June 10-Aug. 12 will feature some of the best and brightest contemporary Alabama artists working today.
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.
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