Arts & Culture

Marr's Spring lightly covered with snow

Ring in the New Year with Events on Campus and Beyond

There is a lot going on this month.

an orchestra performs on stage

Tune in to UA Info Radio for Sounds of ‘Hilaritas’

For the third consecutive year, “Hilaritas,” one of the longest running performance traditions at the UA School of Music, will air on 92.5 UA Info Radio.

Aslan Chikovani seated at a piano.

Graduate Student from Tbilisi Hitting the Right Keys in the US

Aslan Chikovani has earned many accolades playing piano around the world. His talents are now earning him recognition in the U.S.

Ballerina on stage

The Beauty in the Stitching

A beautifully constructed set, floating fabric skirt and ray of light exist only because of the intricate work of talented designers and technicians behind the scenes.

gorgas house

5 Ways to Spend a Free Afternoon on Campus

Have a break from classes? Spend some time at these amazing galleries of arts and culture.

Dr. Ocampo and student Marcella Martinez in front of the altar

Student, Faculty Display Celebrates Día de Muertos

An ofrenda featuring tributes to prominent UA figures along with poetry by UA students is on display at the Student Center through Nov. 8.

two students standing on a rock overlooking a lake

Say Yes to These November Events

The semester may be winding down, but there is still plenty to do this month.

UA Homecoming Parade

UA Announces Homecoming Week Events

UA’s homecoming week festivities begin Oct. 16 with various competitions leading up to the Oct. 22 homecoming game versus the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

A group of Native American performers dancing

Renowned Artists, Craftsmen Featured at Moundville Festival

Nationally acclaimed artists, craftsmen and educators will highlight the 2022 Moundville Native American Festival Oct. 12-15.

Image of stage lights and the words Battle of the Bands.

Battle of the Bands Event to Raise Money While Rocking Out

Six bands comprised of UA students will compete on Sept. 29 to raise money for the SGA’s needs-based scholarship.