More than just a show, Outlook/Overlook is an immersive, multi-location experience running Feb. 4-9.
From ReSEARCH Dialogues and free concerts to writers’ workshops and spring commencements, join us for these upcoming events.
Soul food, movies and lively discussions are just a few highlights from the month of events planned by organizations across campus to celebrate the achievements of African-Americans and recognize their central role in U.S. History. Mark your calendars now and continue to check back for more information about Black History Month at UTC. …
Join us for these events in January.
Hip-Hop, Pop, Fusion, New Concert Music, and Improvisation will alternate in an entertaining mix for just short of an hour.
In 2010, images stormed the internet of people from New Orleans with words written on their skin. If you go What: Dear World live at UTC When: 7-9 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16; 7 p.m. show; 8 p.m. after-party and portrait shoot Where: Roland Hayes Concert Hall, Fine Arts Center Admission: Free to all UTC students,…
Patten Performances offers three nights of Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, designed to promote a campus-wide dialogue inspired by the works of the iconic playwright.
Kathi Weeks, professor of gender, sexuality and feminist studies at Duke University draws from 1970’s critiques of the ideologies of love and romance to develop a critique of the popular literature advice that directs employees to find love and happiness at work.
This concert for flute and narrator follows a theme of nature with musical selections and narrations based on birds, flowers, trees and animals.
Ben Franklin once said, “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom.” “What did that statement mean for America’s early days, and what does it mean for us today?” asks David Bobb in his lecture.