CAH Faculty Honored with Promotion and Tenure in 2024

July 10, 2024  The College of Arts and Humanities is proud to celebrate the success and achievements of our faculty.

Why Should You Study Italian in Florida?

July 09, 2024  Chiara Mazzucchelli, the Neil Euliano chair and director of UCF’s Italian studies program, shares five potential benefits of studying the language.

UCF Preserves and Honors Veterans’ Legacies

July 09, 2024  The Veterans Legacy Program at UCF is dedicated to honoring and sharing the untold stories of veterans, preserving their experiences for future generations.

UCF Art in State Finalist Review Meeting

July 08, 2024  The Art Selection Committee for UCF’s Art in State program will hold a Finalist Review Meeting for the Dr. Phillips Nursing Pavilion, UCF College of Nursing project on July 12.

Behind the Curtain: Theatre UCF Seen Through Actor’s Film Photography

June 27, 2024  Take a special look into the unique perspective of Theatre UCF student Justin Joseph Rotolo.

UCF VLP Institute Honors World War II Veterans and Educators in St. Augustine

June 14, 2024  The UCF Veterans Legacy Program is continuing its important work of memorializing veterans with the second annual UCF VLP Institute.

From UCF to Carnegie Hall: Alum Prepares to Make Debut

June 12, 2024  David Redman ’10MA anticipates his Carnegie Hall debut, where he’ll perform Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living with 150 voices from around the world, accompanied by the New England Symphonic Ensemble.

Through Her Lens: Exploring the Legacy of Ula Stoeckl, a Tribute by alumna Rachel Braaten  

June 10, 2024  Rachel Braaten, a distinguished alumna of the Texts and Technology PhD program at the University of Central Florida (UCF), brings her own distinct perspective to the exploration of Stoeckl’s legacy, a perspective that is both scholarly and creative.

Pegasus PlayLab Explores the Importance of New Play Development    

May 30, 2024  Theatre UCF’s Pegasus PlayLab gives new play development the power to challenge norms, provoke thoughts, and spark conversation, keeping theater fresh and engaging for audiences.

SVAD Alum and Faculty Member Ashley Taylor ’11 Selected as Adobe Creator Class team partner for Orlando Pride

May 28, 2024  Ashley Taylor has been recognized by Adobe and the National Women’s Soccer League for her innovative projects showcasing the intersection of fans and the sport.

Windermere High valedictorian receives diploma and BA in English from UCF in the same month

May 23, 2024  Valedictorian Mariana Nijensohn will graduate from both Windermere High School and the University of Central Florida this month.

Theatre UCF Unveils 2024-25 Season: Exploring Diversity, Resilience, and the Human Spirit

May 17, 2024  Theatre UCF is thrilled to announce the 2024-25 season, featuring a dynamic array of productions that include thought-provoking dramas, exhilarating musicals, and stories brimming with the intent to inspire and entertain.

Jonathan Isaac draws inspiration through UCF design students for signature shoe

May 14, 2024  Isaac was inspired to reach out to the University of Central Florida School of Visual Arts and Design after watching a movie where a character did something similar. Five design students were selected to work with Isaac on creating designs for his signature shoe, Judah 1.

From Campus Creation to Festival Stage: Theatre UCF Alumni Bring ‘Life Goes On?’ to Orlando Fringe Festival

May 13, 2024  What began as a mere theatrical endeavor by aspiring artists during their time at UCF, has evolved into the heartfelt new musical Life Goes On? –– exploring personal narratives, artistic expression, and enduring friendship.

UCF Art Graduates to Make a Difference Through FPEP Program

May 10, 2024  Utilizing art and their life experiences with incarceration, Alexander Alvarez ’24MFA and Jim Wysolmierski ’24MFA are looking to inspire incarcerated students.

PHOTOS: Reflecting on UCF Celebrates the Arts 2024

May 07, 2024  A look back on the 10th annual UCF Celebrates the Arts, which included concerts, lectures, interactive visual art displays, kid-friendly events and more.

Art Bytes: Spring 2024

May 07, 2024  SVAD celebrates the achievements of faculty, alumni and students. Join us in recognizing them for their efforts within the art field this spring.

Annual CAH Staff Awards Honor Excellence and Service

May 07, 2024  The UCF College of Arts and Humanities’ annual staff awards recognize employees who have delivered exemplary service to their department, the university and the community.

Theatre UCF Shines at KCACTF Finals in Washington, D.C.

May 07, 2024  At the end of April, four Theatre UCF students made their way to Washington, D.C. for The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF), a national theater program involving 18,000 students annually from colleges and universities across the country.

Graduating Kenyan Artist Uses Work to Advocate for Change

May 06, 2024  Multidisciplinary artist Njeri Kinuthia is making waves with her empowering feminist art and community activism.