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Free comedy show! (Some Strings Attached)

Published: April 20 2015

That’s the name of the show: Some Strings Attached. And it really is free.

Art students bring imagination to Innovation Square

Published: April 15 2015

Creativity often powers innovation, but at UF’s Innovation Square, the reverse is also true.

College of the Arts turns to Shakespeare for season finale

Published: April 2 2015

The University of Florida (UF) School of Theatre + Dance will present the early William Shakespeare work “The Comedy of Errors” April 3-12.

Dirty Heads are headed to the Phillips Center

Published: March 27 2015

UF Student Government Productions will host a free concert featuring the “cool, feel-good band,” the Dirty Heads, on Wednesday, April 22, at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. The concert will take place at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. This the second free spring show presented by SGP.

Jewish Film Festival will feature 12 films in 10 days

Published: March 16 2015

The best of international cinema will return to Gainesville in March when the Jewish Film Festival takes over the Hippodrome Cinema for the fifth consecutive year.

Behind the scenes with Monet and friends at the Harn

Published: March 13 2015

They travel with bodyguards, demand perfect lighting, and can never, under any circumstances, be touched with bare hands. But they aren’t celebrities: They’re the priceless paintings gathered for the “Monet and American Impressionism” exhibition at the University of Florida’s Harn Museum of Art.

Marston Library, Florida Museum to honor winners of science art competition

Published: March 11 2015

The images range from nanoparticles, to a dewdrop, to a woolly mammoth. What they share is the title of “winner” in the University of Florida Elegance of Science Contest. And all will be recognized in an awards ceremony at the Florida Museum of Natural History March 20 at 3:30 p.m.

Lecture to explore art in early Colonial Peru

Published: March 10 2015

The Gainesville Society of the Archaeological Institute of America presents a lecture by Maya Stanfield-Mazzi, associate professor in the department of art history, March 11 at 5:30 pm in Fine Arts Building B, Room 103.

P.K. Yonge Performing Arts to present Broadway favorite ‘West Side Story’

Published: February 27 2015

Sharks and Jets are coming to Gainesville!

Sundance-winning film on the power of music

Published: February 5 2015

The University of Florida Health Shands Arts in Medicine program and the UF Center for the Arts in Medicine will hold a screening of the film “Alive Inside” at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 9, at the Hippodrome State Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place.

Director of UF Performing Arts to retire after 15 years

Published: February 3 2015

Michael Blachly, director of University of Florida Performing Arts (UFPA), announced his retirement effective September 1, 2015.

Behind the scenes at UF's “Phantom of the Opera”

Published: January 30 2015

A look behind the curtain of UF Opera Theatre's sold-out production.

College of the Arts ‘elder statesman’ recognized as AUDELCO Torchbearer

Published: December 22 2014

Michael “Mikell” Pinkney, associate professor at the University of Florida School of Theatre + Dance, is one of six people named a 2014 AUDELCO Torchbearer.

UF music professor inducted into Florida Bandmasters Association Roll of Distinction

Published: December 22 2014

The Florida Bandmasters Association has honored R. Gary Langford, professor of music emeritus at the University of Florida School of Music, by inducting him into its Roll of Distinction at a concert and ceremony held at Stetson University in Deland, FL. Langford becomes the 15th inductee and fourth Gator to receive this honor.

Book by UF faculty reveals human side of undocumented immigration issue

Published: October 3 2011

GAINESVILLE, FLA. — Philip Williams didn’t expect to find hope in Cobb County, Ga.

UF linguistics professor's new book defends value of a good schmooze

Published: April 5 2011

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — What's so bad about schmoozing?

Study uncovers facts about artists' modeling in revealing interviews

Published: September 17 2008

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Women who appear nude as artists' models are more concerned about losing their pose than removing their clothes, a new University of Florida study finds.

After mutual challenge, English professor and son each to publish a book

Published: May 6 2008

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A couple of years ago, University of Florida English professor Sidney Homan was walking through Central Park with his son Danny, an aspiring novelist studying for his master’s degree in creative writing at Texas State University.

UF institute connects countries in global discussion of King’s legacy

Published: April 2 2008

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — On the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, the technology he lamented had overshadowed the human spirit was used to power four interactive global webcasts that transcend race, class, nation and religion.

Love still dominates pop song lyrics, but with raunchier language

Published: May 31 2007

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — “Make love not war” may have been a popular slogan of the ’60s, but romance still figures prominently – and perhaps even more so – in today’s hit music, a new University of Florida study finds.