Arts & Culture


Veterans meditate on lawn

Arts & Culture

A Mission to Heal

Phillips Event to Highlight Connection for Veterans of Art, Mindfulness and Wellness

Performers in Flyin' West read a letter

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Theater Production Tells Pioneering Story

‘Flyin’ West’ Follows African American Women Staking Claims to Land in 1898

"Pansies and Tulips" artwork by John Paradiso

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Not Fading Away

New Exhibit Highlights Contemporary Artists’ Responses to HIV/AIDS

Mural on brick wall above Nando's Peri-Peri showing a yellow flower and a terrapin outline on a red, black and white background

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A Natural Fit

New Mural Enlivens Downtown Facade

Mwenso and the Shakes photo

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The Sights and Sounds of Harlem at 100

Michael Mwenso and the Shakes Bring Back the Harlem Renaissance at The Clarice

Illustration of African American man being kidnapped. The illustration reads, "Anti-Slavery Almanac. A Northern Freeman Enslaved by Northern Hands."

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The Other Slave Trade

Professor’s New Book Chronicles Story of Northern Boys Kidnapped Into Slavery and Their Journey Home

MPT stuff

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An Exhibit for Viewers Like You

UMD Libraries Showcases 50 Years of Maryland Public Television

Anton Schill (Sam Intrater ’22), left, and Claire (Denisse Peñaflor ’20), right, reunite in Güllen in a staging of "The Visit" at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.

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Fresh Absurdity

‘The Visit’ Tells Timeless Story of Democracy Gone Amok

Woman walking in front of murals in storefront windows

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Windows on Local Art

Installation Brightens Empty Storefront on Block Soon to Make Way for New City Hall

Still from "Downton Abbey" movie, showing Michelle Dockery as Lady Mary Talbot dancing with Matthew Goode as Henry Talbot

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A Return to ‘Downton’

Period Drama Expert Analyzes Show’s Tip-top Transition to the Multiplex

A view of “[Un]Common Collections” gallery

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Collecting Call

Driskell Center Exhibit Highlights Breadth of African American Art

Cy Keener hangs art exhibit in Rockville, Md.

Arts & Culture

A Cold, Hard Act

Art Installation to Illustrate Climate Change Unexpectedly Disrupted—by Climate Change Itself

Thousands gather for the Silent Disc-Glo, a silent dance party in partnership with Student Entertainment Events, on Saturday during the 2019 NextNOW Fest.

Arts & Culture

Another NextNOW Takes a Bow

Two-Day Festival Celebrating the Arts Welcomed Thousands

Students dancing at NextNOW Fest

Arts & Culture

Five Can’t-Miss Features at NextNOW Fest 2019

Rock, Rap, Wrestling and Visual Poetry Among Highlights at Campus Arts Extravaganza

early-20th-century African American clubwomen

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Voting Fights

Exhibit Co-curated by UMD Professor Marks 100th Anniversary of 19th Amendment

Split shot of Irina Muresanu playing violin in front of green screen
Split shot of Irina Muresanu playing violin in front of green screen

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Having the World on Her Strings

VR-Music Partnership Takes Violinist’s Audience to Venues Around Globe

Campus Drive-UMD Purple Line rendering

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Purple Line Personality

Art-in-Transit Project to Put Aesthetic Touch on New Stations

Drum Major Garrett Tatano '20 leads a drill yesterday for fellow members of the Mighty Sound of Maryland marching band.

Arts & Culture

Trumpeting the Start of the Semester

Mighty Sound of Maryland Marching Band Steps Up During Early Week

safe space rendering

Arts & Culture

Building Strength

Architecture Student’s Proposal for Shelter for Human Trafficking Victims Included in National Exhibit

VR violin performance

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Four Strings Around the [Virtual] World

Immersive Digital Settings Form Backdrop for Violin Professor's Performances

Hamilton musical number

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Historian: "Hamilton" the Ultimate Teachable Moment

Professor Travels Country Parsing Popular Musical’s Merits

Muffy Blake Stephyns in "Queen of the Capital" documentary

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Crowning an "Empress"

Merrill College Lecturer’s New Documentary Opens Door on D.C. Drag Community

Mural being painted

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Colors of a Community

Graduate Class Joins Hyattsville Community on New Mural

"Mushroom" sculpture

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"A Second Life and a Second Identity"

Art Professor’s Wood Sculptures Featured in New Smithsonian Gardens Exhibit

Tv with streaming services gif

Arts & Culture

Business Expert: Why Cable Is Poised for a Comeback

Spread of Streaming Services Likely to Prompt Return of Aggregation

Heidi Chronicles dance

Arts & Culture

Working Girl 2.0

"Heidi Chronicles" Speaks to #MeToo Generation

illustration of various musicians

Arts & Culture

UMD's Biggest Concerts (According to Us)

As Art Attack Arrives, We Pick From Six Decades of Performances

Chip, Joanna and Crew Gaines wave

Arts & Culture

Marketing Expert: How "Fixer Upper" Stars Are Building an Empire

Success of Down-to-Earth Gaineses Offers Lessons for Business Behemoths

"The Facebook Dilemma" still

Arts & Culture

UMD Honored by Peabodys

Journalism Professor, Archives Played Key Roles in Documentary, Podcast

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