Bryan Barnes

Visualizing the Intangible: An Exploration into Non-Objective Portraiture

OCA Mocha presents Visualizing the Intangible: An Exploration into Non-Objective Portraiture, a virtual exhibition featuring artwork ryy casper, Alexandra Slezak, Zoe Balderson, Cameron Matthew Thorn, Katelynn Herty, Bess Lumsden, and Zach Manuel. Images will also be featured on OCA Mocha’s Instagram and Facebook feeds. Start Date: Start Time: End Date: End Time: Department Represented: OCA Mocha …

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Documenting COVID-19 Experiences at UMBC

The Special Collections department of the Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery is documenting the experiences of UMBC students, staff, faculty, and other members of the campus community during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, and contributing them to the UMBC University Archives. We invite you to share your stories, photographs, videos, and other documentation about the …

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Twisted from Constantly Watching Doves

UMBC’s Department of Dance presents Twisted from Constantly Watching Doves, conceived and directed by Zack Fuller in collaboration with Emily Smith with music by Michael Evans. Twisted from Constantly Watching Doves is a new dance/butoh score by New York based dancer/choreographers Zack Fuller and Emily Smith, two amorphous shape shifting entities on a cryptic journey …

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Stay tuned!

UMBC is committed to keeping our community safe and healthy. We’ve canceled our remaining in-person public events in the arts, humanities, and social sciences for spring 2020, but we’re working on plans to bring you events online! We look forward to welcoming you to virtual happenings soon.   Start Date: Start Time: End Date: End …

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Virtual Forum: Social Science Faculty Respond to COVID-19

The Center for Social Science Scholarship is convening an “Ask the Expert” virtual forum on social science responses to COVID-19, featuring faculty panelists: Nicholas Bonneau, lecturer, Department of History; a historian of science and medicine and a public historian; also currently teaching HIST 200, “Global History of Pandemics”  Dana Bradley, dean, Erickson School of Aging; …

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Trees as Climate Solutions: A Roundtable Debate

A recent New York Times opinion claims that “Focusing on trees as the big solution to climate change is a dangerous diversion.” True? False? Somewhere in between? Roundtable panelists will debate the relative utility and disutility of tree planting, forest restoration, and forest conservation as solutions to global climate change. Further, panelists will discuss the contributions of individual and …

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URCAD XXIV

UMBC’s 24th Annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD) was originally scheduled to be held on campus on but due to the campus closure moved online. Converting URCAD from an on-campus, day-long symposium to an online event has been supported by a technology called VoiceThread (VT), an asynchronous (“not in real time”) platform for …

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