Arts & Culture

National Hispanic-Latinx Heritage month graphic.

Events Planned to Share Hispanic-Latinx Culture

Several campus events are planned for faculty, staff and students to be immersed in and learn more about Hispanic-Latinx culture.

Students work in the costume shop in the Department of Theatre and Dance.

Production Teams Set the Stage for Theatre and Dance Season

Long before the Theatre and Dance season starts, hundreds of faculty, staff and students collaborate to create memorable performances for the audience.

exterior of garland hall

Lunar Magic and Cosmic Landscapes: Art Around Campus

The fall semester begins with eclectic art offerings at a number of venues on and off campus.

fireworks over the Black Warrior River

Get Out and About This July 

Look no further for things to do and ways to beat the heat in July.

A woman is making a textile using traditional Native American tools.

Take Part in Events on and Around Campus This June

Take advantage during the month of June with these events in Tuscaloosa.

Six paper cranes are folded and sitting on a black background. One crane is coral pink, one is lavender, one is tan, two are multicolored and one is folded on Hiragana practice paper.

‘More than Folding Paper’: a Look at Origami

Celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander Heritage Month by learning how to make origami.

Women holding lanterns and smiling

Flow Tuscaloosa Lantern Parade a Glowing Success

Flow Tuscaloosa’s lantern parade lit up the Riverwalk, bringing people together to appreciate our water resources in a new way.

Shining Light on the Water

Shining Light on the Water

The first-ever Riverwalk Lantern Parade gives participants a chance to see the Black Warrior River in a new way, one that they help create.

A set of lockers with softball equipment in them.

New Exhibit Celebrates 25 Years of Softball

A new exhibit at the Paul W. Bryant Museum honors the players and coaches of the first 25 years of softball at the Capstone.

the backs of a group of people walking among tents of art vendors at the 2018 Druid City Arts Festival

Warm Up for Summer with Activities This May

The spring semester is over, but there’s no shortage of events and activities to enjoy on campus, in Tuscaloosa and beyond throughout the month of May.