Visual Arts
Thursday, April 3 — Friday, April 25
Opening Reception Thursday April 3, 5 – 7 pm
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture

The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture presents the annual MFA Imaging and Digital Arts Thesis Exhibition featuring works by graduates Michael Farley, Charlotte Keniston, Alexandra Macchi, Shana Palmer, Carrie Rennolds and Dominique Zeltzman. (Click on heading for full description.)


Visual Arts
Monday, April 7 – Saturday, May 31
Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery

This exhibition examines the lie as human strategy using examples drawn from artists’ responses to the questions, “What is the lie with which I am most complicit?” and “What is the truth that most feeds my life?” (Click heading for full description.)


Dance, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts
Wednesday, April 23 | 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Various Locations

A schedule of arts presenters for UMBC’s 18th annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD), Wednesday, April 23. (Click heading for full description.)


English, Theatre
Wednesday, April 23 | 3:45 p.m.
University Center 310

In celebration of Shakespeare’s birthday, Revel in Variety features performances by UMBC’s faculty, staff and students reciting Shakespeare sonnets in over 30 languages. (Click heading for full description.)

The Hairdresser

Wednesday, April 23 | 7:00 p.m.
Die Friseuse
Administration Building Room 101

As part of the MLLI Film Series, the German area of MLLI presents Die Friseuse (The Hairdresser), a bittersweet comedy by Doris Dörrie (click heading for full description).


Sunday, April 27 | 7:30 p.m.
UMBC Symphony Orchestra
Fine Arts Recital Hall

The UMBC Symphony Orchestra performs under the direction of E. Michael Richards. (Click heading for full description.)


Monday, April 28 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
216, Performing Arts and Humanities Building

UMBC associate professor Steve Bradley of Visual Arts and assistant professor Nicole King of American Studies will present their collaborative research Mapping Baybrook, an interdisciplinary exploration of place that uses digital mapping to illustrate research on the history and culture of an industrial community in Baltimore, Maryland referred to as Baybrook—a merging of the names of two neighborhoods, Brooklyn and Curtis Bay. The story of Greater Baybrook reflects the tenacity of a community striving for sustainability in the boom and bust of U. S. industrial development. (Click heading for full description.)


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