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Brass and Ivory Trio Make Concert Debut
The newly formed Brass & Ivory Trio — Richard Rulli, Cory Mixdorf and Miroslava Panayotova — will make their concert debut at 6 p.m. March 15 in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall.
New Book Explores Architecture in Terms of Scientific Understandings of the Body
A new book edited by Kim Sexton, a U of A professor, explores a provocative question: How do historical understandings of bodies as objects of science affect architectural thought and design?
School of Art Presents M.F.A. Thesis Exhibition With Richard Peterson's 'Ice Cream'
The 2018 series of M.F.A. Thesis Exhibitions, featuring solo shows from third-year M.F.A. candidates, will be on display at the Fine Arts Center Gallery through April.
Collaborative Composition Concert
Robert Mueller of the U of A and Brad Bombardier of the University of Minnesota Duluth will continue a tradition tonight they started in 1983 with "Composition World Tour IV."
Voice Students Show Well at State Competition
Eight U of A students from the Department of Music placed in voice competition at the National Association of Teachers of Singing, held at Conway.
University Bands See Record Enrollment and Academic Success
Enrollment in University of Arkansas Bands hit new records for the 2017-18 academic school year with more than 400 students participating in the band program each semester.
Jacobs Discusses German Triptychs in New 'Short Talks From the Hill'
Art historian and Distinguished Professor in the School of Art is working on a new book about the German paintings.
Three Events to Celebrate Opening of Opera in the Ozarks Archives
The University Libraries, the Department of Music and the Opera in the Ozarks are partnering to host a three-part series of events to celebrate the opening of the Opera in the Ozarks archives.
School of Art Hosts Multiple Artists to U of A in March
The School of Art at the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences will showcase multiple visiting artists this March as part of the 2018 School of Art Lecture Series.
Lyrique Quintette in Residence at University of Georgia
The Lyrique Quintette, the University of Arkansas' faculty woodwind quintet, will be in residence at the University of Georgia on Friday for master classes and a recital.