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TheatreSquared and University of Arkansas Host Faculty and Staff Night Oct. 30
Members of the University of Arkansas leadership team will welcome faculty and staff to TheatreSquared's new theatre facility at 477 W. Spring Street on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
U of A Faulkner Center Welcomes Martha Redbone to the Stage
Redbone will give a public talk at the Fayetteville Public Library and a performance at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center Nov. 14-15.
Schola Cantorum to Kick off 2019-20 Concert Season With All-American Program
The UA Schola Cantorum kicks off its 2019-20 concert season with a program of all-American music, including works by Florence B. Price and William Grant Still.
Clarinet Studio Travels to Two More Counties for Music75
Members of the U of A's clarinet studio traveled to Marshall to join the ranks of cloggers, fiddlers and yodelers at the Elton Britt Memorial Festival on Oct. 5.
Music Partners With House of Songs to Bring Argentine Singer 'Nadia' to U of A Campus
In conjunction with House of Songs Ozarks, the Department of Music welcomes singer songwriter Nadia Larcher to the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall stage for a guest artist concert.
KUAF 91.3 Adds Science, Culture Programs to New Weekend Lineup
It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders and RadioLab are being added to science and pop culture programming for a new Saturday schedule.
School of Art and Red Ridge Editions Welcome Artist Kristina Paabus to Campus
Internationally acclaimed artist Kristina Paabus will give a public lecture at 5:30 tonight, Oct. 10, in Hillside Auditorium as part of an artist-in-residency program.
Music Launches Online Songwriting Class with Multi-Platinum Songwriter Kenny Lamb
A new online course, Contemporary Commercial Songwriting, will be taught during this fall eight-week session by Jake Hertzog and co-authored by songwriter Kenny Lamb.
Honors College to Present an Evening of Mediterranean Music
The World Music Ensemble will perform songs from Greece, Lebanon, Andalusia, Lisbon, Naples, Thessaloniki, Fes and Jerusalem.
Acclaimed Author and McIlroy Family Visiting Professor Comes to Campus Today
Acclaimed author Jonathan Lethem, one of this years' 2019-20 McIlroy Family Visiting Professors, is coming to campus tonight to discuss his creative process and career as a novelist, essayist and short story writer.