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College of Arts and Humanities

“The arts and humanities fuel innovation across the university by the creative process itself. The arts and humanities help our students see the world through different lenses. They are where you learn to write and communicate more effectively, explore creativity, and study culture to better understand how we interact with each other."

—Dean Jeff Moore

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College of Arts and Humanities

3rd International Women’s Issues Conference brings women in tech to the next generation

February 14

The Women’s and Gender Studies Program will host the third International Women’s Issues Conference with the theme of Women in TECH: The Next Generation of Activists. Keynote speaker Dr. Josephine Kulea will speak on Friday, February 16.

College of Arts and Humanities

SVAD student wins Arts Advocacy Award

February 13

School of Visual Arts and Design student Ana Beltran received a certificate for advocacy in the arts from the Florida Higher Education Arts Network council in Tallahassee as part of Florida Arts Advocacy Day.

College of Arts and Humanities

SVAD’s Games for Change to exhibit at GDC 2018 with Limbitless Solutions

February 9

The annual Game Developers Conference organizers have donated exhibition space for SVAD students, faculty at the event in March.

College of Arts and Humanities

4th UCF Celebrates the Arts to Feature Tributes to Bernstein, President Hitt

February 6

UCF Celebrates the Arts is an annual eight-day showcase featuring interactive exhibitions of student artwork and performances in Visual and Performing Arts. Tickets will be available starting March 1. For a complete schedule, ticket reservations and other information, visit the festival’s website at

February 19

Dr. John T. Washington Community Service Awards and Scholarship Luncheon

Honoring His Legacy There are many titles that one could use to describe Dr. John T. Washington, professor, colleague, minister, student advisor or community leade His life was invaluable to...

February 20

Documentary Screening and Talkback: "The Year We Thought About Love"

"The Year We Thought About Love" goes behind the scenes of the oldest queer youth theater in America. In a twist on the common image of LGBTQ youth as victims, the film reveals the troupe mem...

February 20

Collide Series: New Vocal Music

This performance will feature new vocal compositins by UCF Music Student Composers Erick Campos, Melody Cook, Emily Susann Higgins, Heidi Mattern, and Micah Walker. Free and op...

February 21

Masterclass with Nick Bazo, director of queer youth theatre "True Colors"

UCF alum Nick Bazo and director of "True Colors," the nation's oldest queer youth theatre program, will facilitate an interactive Theatre for Social Change and Devising workshop for all cur...

February 22

18th Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium

You are invited to join us for the 18th Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium. Come celebrate the Spanish language and culture, with guest speakers Dean Dr. José Fernández, and Dra. Sarah Sierra. T...
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