Arts

“Planet or Plastic” and “Buy Now, Pay Later”

OCA Mocha presents Planet or Plastic and Buy Now, Pay Later, exhibitions of works by UMBC students Kenzie Gilbert and Cristina Calderón that explore the harmful effects of single-use plastics on the environment and features. A closing reception will be held on Friday, February 28 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., featuring live music by DANEXATORT. …

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Tickets to the Zoo: A Live Recording Session with Jermaine Fryer, Euphonium CANCELED

With regret, this event has been canceled. All on-campus events at UMBC between March 12 through April 6 are also canceled due to COVID-19 health and wellness precautions implemented by the university. Please check back for updates regarding events scheduled beyond April 6.   The Department of Music presents euphonium soloist Jermaine Fryer ’17, music, in a …

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Guenet Abraham: Teaching and Doing Graphic Design in Ethiopia

Guenet Abraham, associate professor of graphic design, will share her experiences teaching and researching in Ethiopia, where she spent two years as a Fulbright Scholar at Addis Ababa University’s Alle School of Fine Arts and Design. She will discuss an on-going, site-specific creative project she initiated, as well as other collaborative projects with the University, the …

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Maryland Winds

Tango, samba, mambo, olé! Let the passion and energy of this music capture your heart and move your soul! Maryland Winds performs works by Turina, Ginastera, and Márquez, featuring trumpet soloist Christian Hinkle. Maryland Winds is a new ensemble of professional musicians in the greater Baltimore–Washington, D.C. area who are current or past performers with major …

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Agony and Ecstasy: 17th-Century Expressions of Devotion CANCELED

With regret, this event has been canceled. All on-campus events at UMBC between March 12 through April 6 are also canceled due to COVID-19 health and wellness precautions implemented by the university. All tickets purchased in advance have been refunded. Please check back for updates regarding events scheduled beyond April 6.   The UMBC Collegium Musicum, together …

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Allison K. Lange: Images and the Fight for Women’s Voting Rights in the U.S.

Images and the Fight for Women’s Voting Rights in the U.S. Allison K. Lange, assistant professor of history, Wentworth Institute of Technology For as long as women have battled for equitable political representation in America, those battles have been defined by images—whether illustrations, engravings, photographs, or colorful chromolithograph posters. Some of these pictures have been …

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