Events

Saturday, October 26

Girls in Science and Engineering Day
This is a past event.

This event is free for middle school girls and serves to attract them to STEM fields. Throughout the day the girls will have the opportunity to travel...

Kyra Iannone Academy of Beach Volleyball Elite Camp
This is a past event.

Aspiring collegiate beach volleyball athletes have the opportunity to learn from one of the top coaches in the game. Camps begin at 8:45 a.m. with a campus...

Martial Arts Club Training
This is a past event.

Training includes techniques for falling safely, unarmed methods such as strikes, kicks, joint locks, throws and holds. We also study carious classical...

Primary Ballet
This is a past event.

Beginning ballet students are introduced to classical ballet, fundamental positions and movements to build their foundation for dance. Teaching Artist:...

ArtPlay Kids Acting
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Actor and educator Darrell Revel will guide participants through the basics of theatre. Students will learn theatre games, improvisation, monologues, scene...

Glitter, Green, and Gold
This is a past event.

This mixed media art class with the Wacky Nanny focuses on imagination and creation. Children will be led through projects that will open their creative...

Once Upon a Paintbrush
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Favorite storybooks and fairytales invite us to use our imagination and bring the pages to life. In this class, your young artists will explore an exciting...

The Formidable Dancer
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In this class, students will focus on dance techniques used in musical theatre auditions and productions. Students will learn what directors and...

Christina A. West: Unscene
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Atlanta based artist, Christina A. West, creates immersive, site-specific installations that utilize figurative sculptures and the alteration of space to...

Mary Frances Whitfield: Why?
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Mary Frances Whitfield: Why? is a collaborative exhibition between the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts at the University of Alabama at Birmingham...

Unfolding UAB: 50 Years of Photography from the UAB Archives
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Co-curated by AEIVA Collections, Exhibitions and Programs Coordinator Christina McClellan and UAB Assistant Director of Historical Collections and Archivist...

Pokémon Gaming Meet-Up
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Whether you are interested in the main series games, trading card game, or any of the many Pokémon spin-off games, this is the weekly PFC@UAB event for you!...

Anthropology Student Association: General Meeting
This is a past event.

Join us for our general meetings in order to learn about different stuff going on at UAB, in the anthropology department, and the local community. Often we...

Saturday, October 26

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