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Latitudes and Longitudes showcases local artists

Latitudes and Longitudes showcases local artists

March 24, 2015

This week is the last chance to see Latitudes and Longitudes, the Tuscaloosa and University Painters’ exhibition being featured at the University of Alabama gallery in the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts...

Play tells story of woman's battle with cancer

Play tells story of woman's battle with cancer

February 23, 2015

A woman’s battle with ovarian cancer will unfold onstage at the Bean-Brown Theatre when Theatre Tuscaloosa 
presents the Pulitzer prize-winning 
play “Wit.”“We have all had a friend or relative...

On pointe: Annual dance concert to return to UA on Tuesday

On pointe: Annual dance concert to return to UA on Tuesday

February 9, 2015

After months of twice-weekly rehearsals lasting up to three hours each, students in the University’s department of theatre and dance will take the stage this week to perform pieces choreographed by the...

Exhibit displays tech art pieces

November 12, 2014

Students have combined science with art to make an exhibit combining technical aspects with artistic features. [ENTER]Connect, an exhibition hosted by UA Makerspace, is being held at the Dinah Washington...

Sky Shineman's 'Seismic Shift' exhibit to show downtown

Sky Shineman's 'Seismic Shift' exhibit to show downtown

November 4, 2014

UA professor Sky Shineman will showcase her artwork in the exhibit “Seismic Shift,” hosted by the Arts Council of Tuscaloosa at the Dinah Washington Cultural Arts Center. The exhibit will be open Friday...

Taiwanese student talks Tuscaloosa

October 28, 2014

Renwei Huang quit her job in Taiwan and came to the University of Alabama to get an experience studying abroad, but Huang said she wants more than that – Hueng wants to break the cultural barrier and...

Satirical website promotes local artists

Satirical website promotes local artists

October 6, 2014

John Mallery, the founder of RollFried.com, started out his cyber media career in New York City, but has kept excavating the local talents in Tuscaloosa. “Austin has the Chronicle, NYC has Time Out,...

Students host weekly dinner for international students

Students host weekly dinner for international students

September 14, 2014

Every Tuesday night Toria Hedrick, a senior majoring in social work, opens her home to students from all over the world for the simple purpose of 
sharing a meal. “Both of my roommates, Meghan Walker...

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