Florida Prison Education Project wins Artworks grant

March 05, 2019  The Florida Prison Education Project (FPEP) has received a $50,000 National Endowment for the Arts Artworks grant to support “Illuminating...

10 Arts & Humanities faculty members honored for Women’s History Month

March 04, 2019  UCF Faculty Excellence chooses 31 UCF women to honor throughout Women’s History Month each year. For 2019, 10 of the...

With help from University Archives, English students create pieces for UCF Celebrates the Arts

February 25, 2019  By doing archival research at the John C. Hitt Library, Dr. Louise Kane’s students found inspiration for their literary modernism...

Music faculty invited to Yonsei University for master class

February 22, 2019  Director of Bands Scott Lubaroff, associate professor of flute Dr. Nora Lee García and associate professor of bassoon Dr. Yoon...

“One of the best-kept secrets in Orlando,” A Gift For Music celebrates 20 years

February 22, 2019  Helping students discover their own creativity through music and music education, the Central Florida nonprofit program has provided thousands of...

Creative Writing MFA student Caitlin Lochner “displays promise as YA author”

February 20, 2019  Caitlin published her first novel, A Soldier and a Liar, this month. She’s on a speaking engagement tour this weekend around...

Theatre graduate student receives Order of Pegasus

February 19, 2019  Kate Kilpatrick, a graduate student in the School of Performing Arts, is receiving UCF’s highest student honor, Order of Pegasus.

UCF Class Spotlight: African-American Art

February 18, 2019  This course is about more than appreciating artwork — it sheds light on untold stories and the history of America.