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  1. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  2. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  3. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  4. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  5. The Importance of Being Earnest - Fall 2017 Theatre Arts
    A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  6. The UJazz Boston Trio Celebrates International Jazz Day with Free Concert, Recording Project
    With a fusion of jazz, R & B, and soul, a world class trio born at UMass Boston lays down album
  7. Rosamond Purcell to Speak at April 2017 Visiting Artist Lecture Series
    The Art Department's Visiting Artist Lecture Series is proud to bring well-known photographer Rosamond Purcell to University Hall #4160 on April 10 at 4 p.m.
  8. Life in the Arts after UMass Boston
    Two alumni from the Art Department, Yasmeen Abdallah and Charlie Crowell, will discuss their careers and work since leaving UMass Boston.
  9. Day 5: International Education Week November 18, 2016
    Celebrate Day 5 of International Education Week at the MassArt Gallery "Encircling the World: Contemporary Art, Science, and the Sublime"!
  10. Shout Out To Boston!
    The Performing Arts Department invites you to the UMass Boston Chamber Singers and University Chorus Fall Concert.
  11. Jazz Night! Fall 2016
    Seriously cool vibes with the UMass Boston Jazz Ensembles
  12. With #FERGUSON, Composer David Patterson Goes Home Through Music, Hope, and Prayer
    Patterson composed #FERGUSON in part to make sense of watching his hometown become the focal point of a national and difficult conversation about race.
  13. #FERGUSON, and Other Works by David Patterson
    A UMass Boston Professor and Ferguson, MO, native unveils his new composition, a portrait of an American city changed forever.
  14. New Voices, New Stories: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Staged readings of new works by UMass Boston writers
  15. New Voices, New Stories: A Celebration of Student Playwrights
    Staged readings of new works by UMass Boston writer
  16. Theatre Arts Students Learn Face Casting, Mask Making for 2016-17 Productions
    Students in the Costume Shop prepare for a season of theatre arts productions centering on masks and freaks.
  17. Theatre Arts Auditions—Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices
    Audition opportunity for all students for the fall theatre arts productions
  18. Theatre Arts Auditions—Bat Boy: The Musical and New Voices
    Audition opportunity for all students for the fall theatre arts productions
  19. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  20. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  21. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  22. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  23. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  24. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  25. Bat Boy: The Musical
    The Fall Production of the UMass Boston Theatre Arts Program
  26. New Voices, New Stories Plays Selected
    Seven UMass Boston playwrights' work selected for staged readings in October.
  27. Music of the Middle East
    A free concert of music from throughout the Middle East
  28. The Birds and the Bees: Songs of Love and Nature
    The UMass Boston University Chorus and Chamber Singers
  29. Spring Performance in Jazz, Orchestra, and Chorus Set to Begin
    Live, free performances of UMass Boston's music students
  30. Polaroid Stories Cast, Crew, Nominated for Kennedy Center Honors
    Nominations for acting, dramaturgy, design of spring Theatre Arts production
  31. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  32. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  33. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  34. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  35. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  36. Polaroid Stories—the Spring Theatre Arts Production
    Iizuka’s drama blends classical mythology and modern-day story telling with the visceral world of teenage runaways.
  37. Music Faculty Mary Oleskiewicz Plays Bach Sonatas in the Forbidden City
    UMass Boston's Mary Oleskiewicz, a world-class flautist, brings Bach Sonatas to one of China's premier venues
  38. Celebrate the Arts at UMass Boston
    Please join the College of Liberal Arts, along with the Art and Performing Arts Departments, as we celebrate our new spaces in University Hall!
  39. Theatre Arts Presents ‘Polaroid Stories’
    The Department of Performing Arts presents Polaroid Stories by Naomi Iizuka, a play merging the gritty world of teen runaways with classic mythology, starting April 7 in the McCormack Theatre.
  40. Museum Cast, Crew Members Nominated for Kennedy Center Awards
    Performing Arts students recognized by prestigious Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival
  41. Actor’s Info: Preparing for Polaroid Stories Auditions
    Professor Clifford Odle presents an information session for new actors contemplating auditioning for the spring theatre production.
  42. Museum Opens Dec. 3, Explores How We Experience Art
    Tina Howe's play remains relevant as 38 characters interact with modern art, from awe to idiocy
  43. New Conductor for UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra Gears up for Fall Concert
    Sommer Forrester takes the baton with the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra for "Truth, Lies, and The Human Condition"
  44. Open Auditions for Concerto Competition, Dec. 2 & 9
    Four winners will perform with the UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra at their Spring Concert.
  45. Actor Evan Peters Coming to Campus
    Actor Evan Peters of American Horror Story and X-Men fame is coming to the UMass Boston campus on March 5.
  46. UMass Boston Faculty Win Creative Economy Grants from President Caret
    UMass Boston faculty have received $87,000 from UMass President Robert Caret’s office to bring artistic and entrepreneurship opportunities to UMass Boston students, partners, and the community as a whole.
  47. UMass Boston Breaks Ground on $113 Million General Academic Building No. 1
    University’s Second New Academic Building Expected to Open in 2015
  48. Peace Abbey Archives Now Part of New UMass Boston Center
    Items from the Peace Abbey in Sherborn are the foundation for UMass Boston's new Center and Archives for Peace, Social Action, Public Policy, and the Arts, located in Healey Library.