Creativity. Culture. Collaboration.

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

Pursue your dreams in a BIG way.
Study the Arts and Humanities at UCF.

Learn More

CAH News

Theatre graduate student receives Order of Pegasus

February 19
Kate Kilpatrick, a graduate student in the School of Performing Arts, is receiving UCF’s highest student honor, Order of Pegasus.

CAH News

Exhibit celebrates powerful connection between art and wellness

February 11
The Healing Art Exhibition is designed to generate awareness about counseling and psychological services available at UCF, raise campus-wide inclusivity and promote the influence of the healing power of creativity.

CAH News

World-renowned opera expert Fred Plotkin to give 10th Euliano Lecture

February 6
Plotkin, a universally recognized opera expert, travels the world teaching audiences about opera. On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, he will speak in room 117 of the UCF Teaching Academy as the part of the 10th Neil R. Euliano Professorship Lecture Series. Plotkin’s lecture is called “Why Is Opera So Popular?” and is free to attend.

CAH News

UCF Philosophy lecturer Dr. Mark Fagiano wins international essay prize

February 2
UCF Lecturer Mark Fagiano has won the highly competitive Robert Papazian Essay Competition. As the winner, he will receive a cash prize and have his winning entry as lead article in a special edition of the International Journal of Philosophical Studies on empathy.

CAH News

UCF saxophone quartet wins regional MTNA competition

February 1
Congratulations to the UCF Knights Saxophone Quartet on winning the southern division of the MTNA Chamber Music Competition! Jade Deatherage, Dylan Hannan, Noah Mosca and Najee Lee will be the first UCF students to advance to the finals of the MTNA competitions, which will be held in Spokane, Washington on March 15-17, 2019. 

February 3 - March 3

PARCELS: MFAs in Progress

MFA Creative Writing student organization Graduate Writers Association invites you to another edition of this reading series, featuring students, faculty, and alumni of our program. February'...

February 21 - February 24

Theatre UCF presents: The Street of Crocodiles

A feather falls from a book and consumes Joseph with childhood memories of woodworking, family dinners, an attic aviary and an upholstery shop. Inspired by the life and work of Polish writer Bruno ...

February 22

Caitlin Lochner, Debut Novel: A Soldier and a Liar Reading/Q&A/Book Launch

Caitlin Lochner, current MFA Creative Writing student, will read from A Soldier and a Liar, her debut novel at Barnes & Noble. In a world on the brink o...

February 24

Knights Saxophone Quartet Concert

Featuring two Saxophone Quartets in performance. Special performance by the Knights Saxophone Quartet. They will present their program that they will compete with in the MTNA Finals in Washington S...

February 24

UCF Concert and University Bands Concert

The UCF Concert and University Bands perform. The UCF Concert and University Bands are open ensembles comprised of both music majors and non-majors from across the UCF campus.
Check out more events