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Arts for All Launches With Expanded NextNOW Fest

Campus Initiative to Integrate the Arts, Science and Technology

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An Ever-Changing ‘Landscape’

Exhibition Highlights Overlooked Black Artists in American Artistic Tradition

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‘Exiled’ From the Stage

Ph.D. Student’s Experimental Theater Project to Get Audiences Moving

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Digging Into Digital Lit, Bit by Bit

English Professor’s New Book Explores How Modern-day Literature Is Made, Preserved and Studied

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Fighting Fear With a Fandango

Production at the Clarice Explores Anxieties and Joys of the Undocumented

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Hard Look at Hardcore’s Heyday

Alum’s New Book Examines How a Youth Uprising Created an Enduring Sound Born in D.C.

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Ten Can’t-Miss Features at NextNOW Fest 2021

Annual UMD Arts Extravaganza Returns With Immersive Projections, Art-Making Workshops and Outdoor Music Pop-ups

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Professor's New Book Explores ‘Failed Promise’ of Reconstruction

Literary Historian Chronicles Frederick Douglass’ Disillusionment with Andrew Johnson

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$790K Mellon Grant to Fund Sculpture Commemorating Late Professor and Artist David Driskell, Expand Center’s Archive

Stainless Steel Abstract Artwork to Stand Outside Cole; Dr. Tritobia Hayes-Benjamin Archive Will Add Up to 25,000 Items to UMD Collection

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Terps, as Seen on TV!

While the Pandemic’s Had Us Bingeing Like Never Before, It’s Easy to Find UMD Alums in Front of or Behind the Camera

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‘Legacies’ Worthy of Art

Stamp Gallery Exhibit Focuses on Black and Queer Terps

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‘It’s a Very Liberating Feeling’

National Orchestral Institute + Festival Returns to In-Person Performance

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An Aca-Accomplishment

Terp Group’s Virtual Performance Earns First Place in International A Cappella Competition

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In Black Radical Artists, Professor Finds Methods to the ‘Madness’

From Nina Simone to Dave Chappelle, New Book Explores Mad Undercurrent in Black Expressive Culture

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