Theatre UCF’s 2023-24 Season Centers on Stories That Celebrate, Uplift Our Community

June 20, 2023  Theatre UCF invites audiences to allow themselves to embrace joy and recognize the power of humanity to overcome hardship and adversity in a season of works that reflect themes of sisterhood, togetherness, love, artistry and imagination.

Orlando REP Rebrands Itself as “Orlando Family Stage”

June 20, 2023  After careful consideration and research, UCF’s long-time partner, Orlando Repertory Theatre, has changed its name to Orlando Family Stage.

Theatre UCF 2022-23 in Review

June 19, 2023  Theatre UCF’s 2022-23 season gave audiences a space to objectively examine the human condition in all its forms.

Kibibi Mack-Shelton Shares Lesser-Known Facts on Juneteenth

June 19, 2023  Kibibi Mack-Shelton, program coordinator of Africana Studies at UCF, spoke with Ivanhoe Newswire to share lesser-known facts about Juneteenth.

UCF Alum Artwork Featured on Bounty Towels

June 06, 2023  Reina Castellanos ’16MFA has been tapped for a new partnership with Bounty Towels, in which their art is a featured design on the paper products.

We’re Hiring: Marketing Communications Manager

June 06, 2023  The University of Central Florida School of Performing Arts is seeking qualified candidates for a Marketing Communications Manager.

Animation Career Review Recognizes UCF’s Visual Arts, Design Programs Among Best in Nation

June 05, 2023  The rankings signal the strength of the programs’ academic reputation, graduation rates, value as it relates to tuition and indebtedness, and ability to prepare graduates for dynamic careers with industry giants.

UCF Library Acquires Esteemed Translation of the Laws of Hammurabi: How Open Educational Resources Make Scholarship Accessible

May 30, 2023  UCF Special Collection “Open Educational Resources for the Ancient Near East,” curated by Tiffany Earley-Spadoni, gains Martha Roth’s highly esteemed translation of the Laws of Hammurabi.

Theatre Alum and Guest Director Talks Pegasus PlayLab on CAH Podcast

May 22, 2023  In UCF’s CAH-nversations, Edmarie Montes discusses her role as a guest director for Pegasus PlayLab, an annual festival dedicated to developing new plays.

Stella Sung’s Piece “Starbursts” Makes World Premiere

May 22, 2023  Stella Sung’s piece, Starbursts, was performed by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra for their last concert of the season in its classic series.

The UCF Knights Behind One Theater Company’s Mission for Inclusivity

May 19, 2023  Broadway stars, Orlando Philharmonic and UCF alums will shine when the curtain goes up on the William Daniel Mills Theatre Company’s first major production May 20-21 at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

CAH Staff Awards Honor Excellence and Service

May 12, 2023  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.

PHOTOS: Reflecting on UCF Celebrates the Arts 2023

May 12, 2023  UCF Celebrates the Arts 2023 welcomed audiences of all ages, abilities and interests with more events than ever before.

UCF Celebrates the Arts Wins Golden Brick Award for Impact on Downtown Orlando

May 10, 2023  UCF Celebrates the Arts was awarded by the Downtown Orlando Partnership in the category of Arts & Culture on May 2, recognizing the festival’s economic and community impact on downtown Orlando.

UCF Researcher’s Work Reunites Descendants with Ancestors

May 09, 2023  Associate Director of the Center of Humanities and Digital Research, Amy Larner Giroux, discusses her research with the audience.

A Picture of Determination: SVAD Student Lyn Oquendo Perseveres Through Obstacles to Graduate and Land Incredible Position with Warner Bros Animation

May 05, 2023  The article shares a detailed story covering SVAD student Lyn Oquendo‘s journey through college to commencement, eventually landing a job with Warner Bros Animation.

Art Bytes: Spring 2023

May 03, 2023  UCF’s School of Visual Arts and Design celebrates the many accomplishments and triumphs of the students and faculty in the Spring of 2023.

Pegasus PlayLab 2023: Shaping the Future of American Theatre Through Inclusive Collaboration

May 02, 2023  Pegasus PlayLab offers a creative space for audiences to influence the development of plays by emerging playwrights through workshopped pieces and one fully staged production. This year’s festival also includes a devised piece, Building a Shared Home, giving opportunities for students with and without intellectual disabilities to participate.

UCF Leads Development of First Large-scale System for Extended Reality Research

April 28, 2023  The nearly $5 million project will facilitate human subjects research to improve extended reality technologies for the general population and make them more inclusive to groups such as older adults or people with disabilities.

SVAD Graduate Student Njeri Kinuthia Receives $5,000 from the 2023 éclat Law Prize

April 26, 2023  Njeri Kinuthia is the winner of the 2023 éclat Law Prize. The prize entails of an exhibition of the student’s work at éclat Law Firm and an award of $5,000.