Artist Hiwa K gives multidisciplinary talk at UCF
January 29, 2019 Artist Hiwa K brings multidisciplinary work to explore ongoing global political issues such as immigration, colonialism, and war.
Lineup Announced for 2019 UCF Celebrates The Arts
January 23, 2019 The fifth-annual festival held at downtown Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center will underscore the resilience of humans and the healing power of art.
Quilting Connections with Lake Highland Preparatory School
December 11, 2018 Students at Lake Highland Preparatory School learned from UCF School of Visual Arts and Design and Nicholson School of Communication and Media faculty to create mixed media optical art pieces for Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Educational Center, City of Orlando – Government...
Praxis: 2018 Fall BFA Exhibition at the UCF Art Gallery
December 06, 2018 Beginning November 15, Praxis, the fall 2018 bi-annual exhibition showcased work by graduating students studying book arts, ceramics, drawing, experimental animation, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture and allowed them to display their research and specialized artistic practice. The exhibition was on display from November 15 through December 6, 2018...
Matt Dombrowski wins 2018 Chuck D. Dziuban Award for Teaching Excellence
December 03, 2018 Matt Dombrowski of the School of Visual Arts and Design is the fourth faculty member from CAH to win the peer-reviewed Chuck D. Dziuban Award for Excellence in Online Teaching.
In the space of health and wellness – for Central Florida and the future
November 15, 2018 Allen Watters, director of UCF’s architecture program, and Carl Beers, principal with HKS Architects, Inc., discuss their methods for steadily, carefully curating the next generation of health-conscious architects.
M.C. Santana, Ilenia Colón Mendoza honored at Valarie Greene King Diversity Breakfast
October 15, 2018 Catalysts for interdisciplinary work at UCF, Dr. M.C. Santana and Dr. Ilenia Colón Mendoza teach how to see opportunities for diversity and inclusion.
Announcing the winners of the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards
October 11, 2018 SVAD faculty, Cheryl Briggs and Keri Watson, part of two teams that recently won the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards.
Alumni work on “Smallfoot” for big screen
September 28, 2018 Teresa Falcone and Christopher Sanchez, UCF alumni have been working on Sony Pictures Imageworks’ new animated film, “Smallfoot.”
Art History lecture series begins this fall
August 30, 2018 The grant sponsored lecture series will show connections between art and activism so students can reflect on the role of art in society and the relationship between art history and public engagement. The series will address Art and Activism, Feminism Art and the Guerrilla Girls, and Art as an Endangered...
Digital Media student wins Equestrian National Championship title
May 23, 2018 Digital Media student Molly Murtha recently won UCF’s first equestrian national championship title at Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association’s National Championship Horse Show.
Solar-powered sculpture to be installed at Orlando City Stadium
May 17, 2018 A solar-powered art sculpture designed by UCF students will soon grace the entryway of Orlando City Stadium, home of the Orlando City Soccer Club and the Orlando Pride.
SVAD faculty member selected as 2018 Florida Prize in Contemporary Art finalist
May 15, 2018 For the third time in four years, an SVAD faculty member has been named a finalist for this prestigious award.
J.R. Hopes Scholarship Paints Picture of Hope for Art Students
April 27, 2018 For nearly a decade, the James R. Hopes Art Scholarship has helped UCF students pursuing art careers continue to chase their dreams. Among this year’s three recipients of the $3,000 award is Trevon Jakaar Coleman, a painter and filmmaker with an unconventional story who is putting Mr. Hopes’ scholarship to good use....
UCF CREATE Awarded Disney Grant
April 27, 2018 UCF CREATE and partner Page 15 have been awarded a $100,000 grant from Walt Disney World Resort to create new workshops, summer camps and after-school programs for K-8 students in Central Florida. This grant is one of five presented to nonprofit organizations throughout Central Florida. The new programs will promote literacy and writing...
Photography students present pop-up exhibition
April 24, 2018 11 graduating students from UCF’s B.S. in Photography program present, “So it goes.” a one-night-only, pop-up show.
UCF Students to Premiere Animated Short Films
April 23, 2018 This year’s animated short films shed light on a speech disorder and sea turtle nesting. They premiere Monday, April 23, at the Center for Emerging Media. A young girl with a speech disorder learning to express herself. A baby sea turtle trying to make its way to the ocean while...
UCF Art History Minor Student to Compete on Jeopardy! Finals Tonight
April 09, 2018 Sophomore Hannah Sage advanced to the finals in the Jeopardy! College Championship. Sophomore Hannah Sage won the second round of Jeopardy! College Championship competition against students from Dartmouth College and the University of Oklahoma, completing the semifinal competition with $28,401. She has advanced to the finals and will compete on Thursday...
The Life and Films of Ula Stoeckl
March 26, 2018 UCF Professor Ula Stoeckl has been making films for more than 40 years, and recently had them screened at the Berlin Film Festival. “You never know what someone will remember,” she says in a quiet and distinct German accent. She just returned to the UCF campus from a month-long celebration...
UCF Game to be Featured at Nation's Biggest Video Game Conference
March 19, 2018 A team from UCF’s School of Visual Arts and Design is headed to one of the biggest video game conferences in the nation, by special invitation. The team will unveil its Magical Savior of Friends video game at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from March 21-23. The game...