Arts Events

Thursday, November 11

Spoken Word
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A special performance from various poets and spoken word performers inspired by artworks from AEIVA’s current exhibitions.

Virtual Event
I_Butterfly: the featured image is an illustration by UAB student Matthew Davis. It features two monarch butterflies and their migratory paths superimposed on a partial map of the United States.
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I_Butterfly is a nationwide festival of self-guided bike tours that follow the monarch butterfly paths during the summer/fall migration season. In this...

Caroling Calls
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Beyond Measures will be tabling to sell our annual Caroling Calls. For $5 we will call a loved one and serenade them with a holiday carol on your...

Tameca Cole, Locked in a Dark Calm, 2016, collage and graphite, 8.5 x 11 inches.  Courtesy of the artist. Photo credit: Beau Gustafson
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Traveling to AEIVA from PS1 MoMA, Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration features works created by people in prisons and nonincarcerated artists...

Inside the Arts: Spoken Word at AEIVA
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Readings created by and read by UAB’s Department of English students with select readings from the Jefferson County Memorial Project blog by alumni of the...

6pm
Virtual Event
Palomitas Film: Chico y Rita
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A nostalgic animated film about the time before the Revolution and lovers separated by it. Fans of Vivo (2021) will enjoy this story of mature love. (Rated...

Much Ado About Nothing
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One of William Shakespeare’s most delightful and most often produced comedies. Through a hilarious blend of eavesdropping, deception and mistaken identity, a...

Thursday, November 11

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