Arts & Culture

CT Governor Ned Lamont sits in front of US and Connecticut flags, being filmed for the documentary.

Upcoming Documentary to Showcase Connecticut’s Past, Present, and Future of Innovation

‘Innovation in Connecticut’ is a production of UConn’s Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Professors Jeffrey Dudas and Stephen Dyson record a podcast episode about Taylor Swift.

Listen Up: UConn Popcast Digs Deep on Culture and Society

Two professors of political science at UConn analyze popular culture through the lens of the humanities

Detail of a cast iron frame at the Steinway & Sons factory.

Generous Gift Provides Superior Quality Steinway Pianos for UConn’s Music Students

The gift also moves UConn closer to prestigious All-Steinway School designation

Students pose for a photo with a cardboard poster.

Students Celebrate as Year of Experience Culminates in Long River Review Launch

Dozens of students, faculty, and supporters gathered to celebrate the 27th edition of UConn’s award-winning journal of literature and art

The Zachs Family Fine Arts Administration Building.

UConn School of Fine Arts Names New Dean

Deanna Fitzgerald brings an extensive background as an artist, educator, and administrator

A photograph of the Founder's Bridge in Hartford, part of an exhibit by photography professor Janet Pritchard at UConn Avery Point.

Avery Point Art Exhibition Offers Early Look at Photography Professor’s Connecticut River Project

'Abiding River' exhibit takes an expansive look at New England's most iconic waterway

Student musicians play their self-penned "Ode to Buckley" in the titular dining hall.

An ‘Ode to Buckley’: Music Students Pay Their Respects to Soon-to-Close Dining Hall

A tribute to a gathering spot that has been much more than just a place to eat

Thomas Long, professor emeritus in the School of Nursing, has donated more than a dozen 19th century books to the UConn Library and Archives & Special Collections.

19th Century Commonplace Books Show What Was Read and Loved; Poetry as Lived Experience

'The hunt for hidden meanings gives most of us a headache. Why not look at poetry just for pleasure?'

The band Snarky Puppy plays on stage.

Snarky Puppy Brings Joyous, Eclectic Mix to Jorgensen

Group that started among college friends has since become world-famous

Harry the Giant, the 15-foot-tall puppet featured in “Taurus,” interacts with Blue, one of the rod puppets featured in the show, during tech week rehearsals in the Nafe Katter Theater on Saturday, April 6, 2024. Many of the characters in the show, created by puppet arts student Joanie Papillon, are portrayed through various forms of puppetry.

Ambitious ‘Taurus’ Production Has Been Years in the Making

Blend of music, puppetry, design, and drama will run from April 12 through April 14