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Interdisciplinary Collaboration Results in Illustrated Literary Magazine
A recent collaboration between a Department of English graduate student and a School of Art undergraduate student has led to the publication of a visually stunning issue of a literary magazine.
Department of Music Voice Students Shine at Regional Conference
Finalists and semi-finalists included Ceci Allen, Emily Auten, Gloria Devereaux, Ashleigh Ellis, Elizabeth Emberton, Sonja Faulknor, Mickel Gordon, Juan Garcia Hernandez and Davis Vaughn.
Department of Music Concert Recordings Added to Online Collection
Recordings of the U of A Department of Music's concerts from 2012-2016 are available for all to view online at no cost, through the U of A Institutional Repository, ScholarWorks@UARK.
School of Art Welcomes Artists from The Color Network in 'Voices for Change' Exhibition
Voices for Change is currently on display and open to the public through Dec. 4. A virtual panel discussion with five of the artists will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3.
First Episode of RefleXions and KUAF Podcast Launches Today, Features 'Sing for Hope'
RefleXions Music Series has partnered with KUAF 91.3 to produce the new RefleXions Podcast, which will debut at noon Tuesday, Nov. 17 during the station's Ozarks at Large show.
RefleXions and KUAF Launch Podcast, First Episode Features Co-Founders of 'Sing for Hope'
U of A Theatre Department to Present a Virtual Production of a Play Written by M.F.A. Graduate
A very American dinner party: the University of Arkansas Theatre Department will present the play I'm f*cking tired of writing plays about this at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13, via Zoom. Tickets required but are free.
Study Abroad Winning Photos Available for Zoom Backgrounds
Winners of the annual contest were students Elicia F. Abella, Courtney Edmondson, Sophia Gibson, Rebekah Kirkish, Mandi MacLean and Raquel Sorensen.
Schola Cantorum Releases New Single, '2020: Alone Together'
The words were composed as a group through several Zoom sessions. The original melodies were individually improvised and created apart from the others, and finally layered together like a musical puzzle.
New Book by Art History's Ana Pulido Rull Explores Mapping Indigenous Land and Native Land Grants
In her book, she analyzes the social function of native art in colonial Mexico through the examination of a corpus of maps known as Land Grant Maps or Mapas de Mercedes.