The Knoxville News Sentinel highlighted the UT theatre season’s third play, “Blue Window.” A play of loneliness in the big city and directed by UT theatre faculty member Terry-Silver-Alford, “Blue Window” runs Oct. 25-Nov. 12. Shows are in the intimate Lab Theatre, part of the Clarence Brown Theatre building on campus. Silver-Alford called the play
To highlight the unique materials available in its Special Collections and Betsey B. Creekmore Archives, the UT Libraries will periodically commission a work of art or music inspired by an item or collection in the archives.
Master Arabic calligrapher Pablo Casado will give a public lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, November 7.
A documentary that chronicles the Clarence Brown Theatre’s spring production of The Busy Body will air on East Tennessee PBS at 4 p.m. Sunday, November 5. Viewers will see key scenes and learn more about the making of Susanna Centlivre’s rollicking 1709 comedy.
The Knoxville News Sentinel highlighted the Clarence Brown Theatre‘s recent production of Three Sisters, a play by Russian author Anton Chekhov that explores the themes of reality, dreams, love and loss. Michael Fry, a London-based director, guest-directed the play, which he said was likely the playwright’s best. “I think having worked in it for four weeks
The Knoxville News Sentinel reported that The Clarence Brown Theatre’s 42nd season-opening production “Peter and the Starcatcher” was fantastic. The production featured dancing man-mermaids and flouncing pirates wrapped around the beloved tale of Peter Pan. Plus, there was a pirate-themed fight song set to “Rocky Top.” The story is a prequel to the “Peter Pan”
Tennessee Today reached out to Jennifer Akerman, assistant professor in the College of Architecture and Design, to ask about the shape of Hodges Library and what challenges the designers may have faced.
Renowned poet and UT English Professor Joy Harjo has received a prestigious fellowship to support her work in advancing social change.
For over 30 years, Gallery 1010 has allowed students to showcase their work and gain professional experience. It is the only nonprofit student-run exhibition space in Tennessee.
Artist, activist, and educator Morehshin Allahyari, who has used 3D printing to reconstruct artifacts destroyed by ISIS, will visit UT to lecture and display some of her work.