Events

Saturday, February 15

The Lynch Quilts Project
This is a past event.

Examining the history and ramifications of racial violence in the United States through the textile tradition of quilting.

From Studio to Radio: Hip Hop Sampling
This is a past event.

This class will examine the complex and controversial music process of sampling in Hip Hop music and present a study that illuminates the history, creative...

Men's Basketball Bus Trip (UAB at MTSU)
This is a past event.

Hit the road with the UAB NAS, and support the men's basketball team as they take on MTSU in Murfreesboro, Tennessee! $55 registration includes bus...

Intro to Music Production Software
This is a past event.

This class offers a glimpse into the world of beat making and provides students with the skills to make beats for a variety of genres such as hip hop,...

Antarctica: A Disappearing Continent
This is a past event.

As part of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, Professor Allyson Comstock spent seven weeks working alongside research...

Les Lavueses by Henri Joseph Harpignies
This is a past event.

A grand art movement focused on depicting the fledgling American landscape and rooted in the Romanticist style of Europe, the Hudson River School rose to...

UAB Softball at Scrapyard Tournament
This is a past event.

vs McNeese State

BMEN Games
This is a past event.

Football, Kickball, and more.

BMEN Awards Dinner
This is a past event.

The Blazer Male Excellence Network will hold its annual awards dinner to honor students who excel in the classroom, campus, and community. Jonathan Porter,...

Alabama Symphony Orchestra
This is a past event.

Masterworks: Tango, Flamenco, & More!

Saturday, February 15

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