On Wednesday April 3 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. the living arts will be on display with vigor in the UAA Campus Bookstore. “I started thinking about the government cutting the arts from school budgets and how that is taking art, music and poetry and turning it into somewhat of a lost art,” said student and performance artist Taichiro Ward. “When I was growing up I was immerged in the arts and so this issue is very important to me.”
Each semester since spring 2012, UAA art professors have chosen one student per class to show in the annual 2-D and 3-D Invitational show in the Student Union Gallery. The invitational features art from students who have demonstrated advanced levels of skill in their classes.
Williwaw hosts local indie rock bands final show before third album release
Since its first release in 1987, the “Mega Man” franchise has had it rough over the past couple years. Highly anticipated titles like “Mega Man Universe” and “Mega Man Legends 3” went down the drain after series creator Keiji Inafune left Capcom. The Blue Bomber's 25th anniversary year has looked bleak ever since. Thankfully, the massive cast of the “Street Fighter” series, who also celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2012, weren’t about to let a fellow Capcom character celebrate his birthday all alone and have given the Bomber a new set of bosses to take on for his anniversary.
The UAA Clay Body Club’s annual Ceramic Invitational offers a free experience for anyone from art connoisseurs to the average Joe. The Hugh McPeck...
Frank Warren, founder of PostSecret, the internet’s anonymous secret-sharing phenomenon, is coming to UAA at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium. Warren will be presenting about the basics of the project, First Amendment rights and share secrets that aren’t publishable on the web or in his books.
It’s hard to believe when listening to Idiot Pilot’s “Strange We Should Meet Here” that so much noise can be made by just two...
I'll start by stating that I am not well versed in jazz. I enjoy jazz. I listen to jazz. However, if pitted in a "Jazz Jeopardy" arena against even the most novice listener, I'd scarcely be able to identify a melody to its maker. So the big question is. who is Dizzy Gillespie? He is a musical god in his own right.