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CAHSS Colloquium: Resilience

Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (CADVC)

The five research centers in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at UMBC present a panel discussion to kick off the 2022-23 CAHSS Colloquium series, designed to facilitate interdisciplinary conversations among faculty, staff, and students to build intellectual community within and beyond individual research interests and curricula offerings. The theme for 2022-23 is resilience: the ability of an entity, a person, an institution, a technology, a community, a natural environment, to anticipate, respond to, and recover from adverse conditions.

Livewire: Dream Prayer Observatory

Dance Technology Studio

UMBC's 12th annual Livewire festival — Livewire: Flow — presents Dream Prayer Observatory, a multidisciplinary collaboration between Dan Bailey (photography and video), Linda Dusman (composer), Brian Jones (technical director), Sandra Lacy (choreography and dancer), Alan Wonneberger (recording and audio design), and Airi Yoshioka (violin).

Fall Dance Showcase

Proscenium Theatre

The Department of Dance presents the Fall Dance Showcase, featuring a new repertoire work by assistant professor Shaness D. Kemp, and senior capstone works that explore the past, present, and future of the human experience through elaborate and exciting movement.

Baltimore Dance Project

Proscenium Theatre

In two performances on February 10 and 11, Baltimore Dance Project returns to the stage for its annual appearance at UMBC's Proscenium Theatre. The company's visually stunning program features three premieres by company choreographers Shaness D. Kemp and Sandra Lacy, and two works by guest soloists Sarah J. Ewing and Ryan Bailey.

Full Circle Dance Company: Movement with Meaning

216 Performing Arts and Humanities Building

The Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) presents Donna L. Jacobs and Liz Pelton of Baltimore-based Full Circle Dance Company, who will provide a behind the scenes view of some of Full Circle’s performances and will discuss what it takes to build and sustain a dance company in Baltimore.


Various Venues

After three years as an online event, URCAD — Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day — will return to in-person this Spring. Join us on April 12 in the University Center and other venues around campus to see hundreds of research posters, oral presentations, dance performances, films, interactive games, and much more, all presented by UMBC’s undergraduate students.

Spring Dance Showcase

Dance Cube

The Department of Dance presents the Spring Dance Showcase, featuring capstone work by senior student Deven Fuller, new ballet repertory by faculty member Brandon Russell, and works by First Works students.

Maryland Arts Summit

Performing Arts and Humanities Building

The Maryland Arts Summit, hosted at UMBC, is a statewide conference presented by and for the Maryland arts sector, which includes, but is not limited to: arts advocates, arts educators and teaching artists, independent artists, arts organizations, youth, community stakeholders, arts and entertainment districts, county arts agencies of Maryland, public artists, boards of directors, and folklife artists.

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