Arts

Black Music and Social Protest

Interdisciplinary Guthrie P. Ramsey: “Black Music and Social Protest: From Du Bois’ Souls to Kendrick Lamar” Thursday, April 12, 4 p.m. Music Box (151 Performing Art and Humanities Building) UMBC’s Department of English presents a talk by Dr. Guthrie P. Ramsey, “Black Music and Social Protest: From Du Bois’ Souls to Kendrick Lamar,” discussing the ways that African-American …

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Mary Hocks: “‘More Cowbell’: Musical Composing and Recording Processes as Sonic Rhetoric”

Interdisciplinary Thursday, April 23 | 4:00 p.m. Mary Hocks: “‘More Cowbell’: Musical Composing and Recording Processes as Sonic Rhetoric” 216 Performing Arts and Humanities Building Mary Hocks, Associate Professor of English at Georgia State University in downtown Atlanta, will speak on “‘More Cowbell’: Musical Composing and Recording Processes as Sonic Rhetoric.” Dr. Hocks teaches in the undergraduate …

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Revel in Variety: Shakespeare Sonnets Recited in More Than 30 Languages

English, Theatre Wednesday, April 23 | 3:45 p.m. Revel in Variety: A Performance Featuring Shakespeare Sonnets Recited in More Than 30 Languages 310 University Center Presented by the Dresher Center for the Humanities in collaboration with UMBC’s Departments of Theatre and English, and the Office of Undergraduate Education. In celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday, Revel in Variety features performances by UMBC’s faculty, staff …

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The Living Edge: Delights of the Chesapeake Bay by David W. Harp

Visual Arts Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery February 10 – March 4 Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery Rotunda In conjunction with the March 4 Humanities Forum presentation of Tom Horton and Dave Harp, an exhibition of photographs by Dave Harp, The Living Edge: Delights of the Chesapeake Bay, will be on display in …

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