Arts & Culture

Irene Pham '24 (SFA) created a series of paintings as part of her exhibition, "From Grandfather to Mother, From Mother to Daughter," which explores her Vietnamese family's intergenerational relationships. This is a piece of from the series, which was on display in late March.

Senior’s Artwork Delves into Struggles Between First-, Second-Generation Immigrant Families

'It’s a way for me to be vulnerable and bring out the vulnerabilities in others': Exhibit runs through March 30 in VAIS Gallery

American Girl company logo on large burgundy tiles

In New Book, History Ph.D.s Explore ‘Why We Can’t Quit American Girl’

Mary Mahoney and Allison Horrocks talk the enduring significance of American Girl -- and why Molly would get kicked out of UConn

Stephen Bingham stands outside San Quentin Prison in California in the present day. The film, "A Double Life," features his story.

Latest Project from UConn Filmmaker a Personal One; Uncle’s Story Told in ‘A Double Life’

The film tells the story of attorney Stephen Bingham, a Connecticut native who became a fugitive after being accused of helping spark a 1971 prison uprising

The members of the bluegrass group Nickel Creek.

Building a Set of Songs from the Ground Up? ‘It Was a Joyous Process’

Nickel Creek brings 'something different' to Jorgensen on March 21

"Infused Sunset" by artist Sharon Smalls is on display as part of the "Symphony of Colors" exhibition at the Ferguson Library near UConn Stamford. The show was curated by Isabella Montenegro '19 (SFA)

UConn Connections Aplenty in ‘Symphony of Colors’ Art Exhibition in Stamford

'This show felt so special because a lot of the artists are my friends or people who I’ve become close with the past year'

Students in professor Enrique Figueredo's Printmaking Workshop class (ART 3530) observe and discuss some of the artwork put on display by Assistant Curator and Academic Liaison for University Learning Amanda Douberley in the Benton Museum of Art's new Education Space

Benton Collection Not Just for Art Students; New Education Center Allows for Deeper Learning

'We don’t provide the stereotypical idea of just a walk and talk; we're really asking visitors to participate'

Imani Winds

Jorgensen Building Chamber Music Audience One Student at a Time

'Some students have told me after a concert it was one of the most beautiful things they’d ever heard'

One of UConn's hidden gems, Robert M. Thorson says the Stone Pavilion contains many beautiful stone specimens from across the country, and the massive slabs of bedrock surrounding the pavilion, tell a story of continuous geological change throughout history.

New Exhibition Asks: Are You Seeing Climate Change?

What will Connecticut look like in the year 2100?

The silhouette of Abigail Baird '24 MFA shows through a projection screen during rehearsal for her one-woman show "Nothing Really Matters" in the Harriet Jorgensen Theatre

‘America’s Got Talent’ Alum, Soon-to-Be UConn Grad Marries Aerial Acrobatics, Animation

'I am a physical storyteller. I really like to tell stories nonverbally because it creates a universal language'

View of music notes on paper sheets.

UConn Music Makers Spotlight Composers Outside Traditional Repertoire

'Making music is about reflecting life. If we only represent one side of humanity, we’re being dishonest'