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International Women Celebrated in Multiple Events March 8
The U of A will celebrate International Women's Day on Monday with a photo exhibition, a panel discussion, a thank-you booth and a global fashion show and keynote speaker Veronica Campbell-Brown.
Department of Music Celebrates Women's History Month With 2021 SHE Festival of Women in Music
The third annual SHE Festival of Women in Music includes a lineup of stellar performers, composers and pedagogues beginning this coming week.
Department of Music Students Place High at NATS Competition
Ceciley Allen, Emily Auten, Sonya Faulknor, Rachael Foster, Juan Garcia and Mickel Gordon were finalists, placing first or second in their respective categories.
Accent Faculty Performance Series Continues With Delaplain and Mueller
The Accent Faculty Performance Series will feature Theresa Delaplain (oboe) and Robert Mueller (piano) in performance from the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday via YouTube.
Art Ventures at Faulkner Center Presents Caged Bird and The Blue Room
Art Ventures at Faulkner Center will present Caged Bird and The Blue Room exhibition starting Friday, Feb. 26, at the Jim and Joyce Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
School of Art Visiting Scholar Sarah E. Thompson Coincides With Fine Arts Center Gallery Exhibition
Guest lecturer Sarah E. Thompson will present 'Rival Artists of 19th Century Japan: Kuniyoshi versus Kunisada,' in a virtual lecture at 5:30 tonight, Feb. 25.
Fulbright College Seeking Submission for New Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Anthology Through March 1
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council in Fulbright College is still accepting submissions for a new self-published anthology called YOUofA: An Anthology of UARK Student Voices.
Competition Finalists for 2021 Trombone Solo Scholarship Announced
The University of Arkansas Department of Music has announced the finalists for its 2021 Trombone Solo Scholarship competition, including Jacob Pavlick, Charles Williams and Evan Wood.
School of Art Welcomes Multiple Guest Lecturers the First of March
Art education scholar Pamela Harris Lawton, designer Silas Munro and artist Tivon Rice will give visiting lecturers beginning March 1 as a part of the School of Art's lecture program.
Fine Arts Center Opens in 1950
The Fine Arts Center, designed by Edward Durell Stone, was the first academic building in the nation to combine the arts within a single connected building, from theatre, dance and music to art and architecture.