Bicycles engineered by the Rock the Bike company in Oakland, California, will power all the concert stage, lighting and sound for the Yellowhammer Festival on Sunday, April 3. The event is a music and arts festival that focuses on health and environmental sustainability. The festival is hosted by The University of Alabama’s Creative Campus, the Student Government Association and University Programs.
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The University of Alabama’s department of communication studies, along with several other on-campus entities, will host events with independent scholar and activist Dr. Mary Weems as part of UA’s African-American Heritage Month programming.
The third annual Black Warrior Film Festival takes place Feb. 13- 15 on The University of Alabama campus and in downtown Tuscaloosa, showcasing student films from across the Southeast and award-winning industry professionals.
Omar Pérez, a highly accomplished Cuban poet, musician, artist and translator, visits The University of Alabama campus Oct. 20-24. The featured event is a poetry reading and musical exploration Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 7:30 p.m. at the Jemison Mansion in downtown Tuscaloosa.
The Black Warrior Film Festival is bringing a bit of “Scandal” to The University of Alabama. That’s because award-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay, whose work includes directing episodes the ABC hit TV series “Scandal,” will provide the keynote for the festival.
The University of Alabama’s Sonic Frontiers Series presents violists LaDonna Smith, Jessica Pavone and Wendy Richman in a concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, in the Bama Theatre’s Greensboro Room, 600 Greensboro Ave.
Experimental composer-performer Dr. Judy Dunaway will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov., 20, in the Moody Music Building Recital Hall. The event, part of The University of Alabama’s Sonic Frontiers series, is free and open to the public.
An art show sponsored by The University of Alabama brings interactive new media technologies and 3-D fabrication to Tuscaloosa’s Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center in November.
Dr. Rachel Raimist, an assistant professor in The University of Alabama’s telecommunication and film department, is one of 20 faculty members selected nationwide for a Los Angeles workshop.
When The University of Alabama screens independent film “The Spectacular Now” later this month, it will be a chance to explore how personal relationships have changed in the digital age.