Pablo Mazariegos, who immigrated to America at age 11 in 1992 to join his parents, will screen his documentary “Un Nuevo Pasado (Someday Soon)” on Tuesday, Oct. 3. The screening, which takes place beginning at 6 p.m. in the UTC Fine Arts Center’s Roland Hayes Concert Hall, will also include a session with Mazariegos fielding questions from the audience.
The College of Arts and Sciences launched five new residential learning communities (RLCs) in fall 2022. These are living/learning communities made up of students with similar interests or areas of study. The goal is to speed up the process of forging a community while away at college.
UTC music professor and the Chattanooga Library ‘tap into souls’ of local preschoolers with Symphonic Tales
Symphonic Tales partners with the Chattanooga Public Library to pair music, stories and activities with a theme that speaks to three-, four- and five-year-olds enrolled in early childhood programs and at public libraries.
UTC Department of Performing Arts presents REEDS, STRINGS, and HAMMERS: Music for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano
With performers Wendy Case, Tim Hinck, and Nikolasa Tejero, this dynamic and diverse program features composers who blurred the stylistic line between concert and popular music idioms.
Several leading regional musical organizations will combine their talents in a concert on November 18. The concert featuring UTC faculty is designed to educate and entertain the audience on the positive therapeutic outcomes for motor, speech, and cognitive challenges utilizing music as a direct conduit into the brain.