MFA Exhibits at Benton Showcase Work by DMD, Studio Art Students
Work that celebrates the collaboration that can take place in the arts
‘Along the Waves’ Puts Music in Motion Through Animation
'Along the Waves' premieres April 21 at 6 p.m. online
Chris Thile Returns to Jorgensen Center for Solo Performance on Digital Stage
The Grammy winner will perform for a virtual audience on April 17 at 8 p.m.
UConn School of Fine Arts Conference Celebrates 50 Years of Joni Mitchell’s ‘Blue’
The conference will feature discussions of her work and performances of her music
Benton Exhibition Explores Work of Käthe Kollwitz, Who Used Art as Platform for Activism
This is the first solo exhibition of the artist's work at UConn since 2007
Dudden: Law Professor Promotes Denialism on WW II Military Sexual Slavery
A still-contentious subject in Japan and Korea has become the focus of global attention
March Madness Returns to Connecticut, With a Pause
Following positive COVID test, Auriemma will remain in isolation until March 24
Hurley Leads Huskies Back to Big East Tournament at The Garden
The Huskies will begin their first Big East tournament since returning to the league with a game against DePaul
UConn Waterbury’s Stuart Brown Helps Keep the Buzz for Broadway Going Until the Palace Theater Lights Are Back On
After the pandemic forced theaters to close, Brown pitched in to help UConn Waterbury's neighbor keep audiences engaged.
Talking Politics with Roll Call Columnist Stu Rothenberg ’77 Ph.D.
The respected commentator surveys the current political scene in Washington.