Young adults can get free tickets from Thomas Hall
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation supports the initiative.
Mia Gormandy to perform with UA Steel Drum Band
Big-screen "pan cam” will put the audience in the middle of the vibrant sights and sounds of the UA Steel Drum Band during the April 18 concert.
Works by emerging African-American playwrights at UA Sandefur Theatre April 10-11
The regional premiere of “Hands Up: 6 Playwrights, 6 Testaments” is April 10 and 11.
Mandatory arrest laws may hurt domestic violence victims
Law designed to protect victims may be backfiring, according to recent research by two sociologists.
New work by French choreographer on program for UA Dance Company
The performances will also feature original works choreographed by UA dance faculty.
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Graduate music student is in Miles Davis movie
Theron Brown, graduate of the Jazz Music program and current music performance graduate student, spent some time this summer in Cincinnati, Ohio, doing his best to emulate a young version of jazz great Herbie Hancock for the film "Miles Ahead." Set mostly in the 1970s, the film is about a pivotal time in the career of trumpeter Miles Davis. The film is directed by actor Don Cheadle, who also plays Davis.
Brown has yet to meet Hancock, who is supervising the film's soundtrack. But he may just get his chance when the film opens in 2015.
(This photo of Brown was taken by UA graduate McKenzie Beynon, who earn a BFA in Art - Photography.)