The UCF Creed Inspires Students

The UCF Creed Inspires Students

The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities in conjunction with the UCF Parent and Family Fund hosted the Spring 2014 Creed Art Contest. Students from across campus were encouraged to submit original works of art that represented the UCF Creed values. Students submitted their original artwork and 1 grand-prize winner was selected by the Office […]

  • Writes of Spring Puts Young Students' Words Into Play

    The 2014 Writes of Spring, a collaborative writing and theatrical production involving the UCF Theatre for Young Audiences, will be presented April 22-23 at the Orlando Repertory Theatre (REP). The 11th annual event is a writing contest designed to support literacy and promote creative expression. Each year The REP accepts writing submissions from kindergarten through 12th […]

  • Gallery Schedules BFA Exhibition

    The 2014 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition will be shown April 17 to May 6 at the UCF Gallery. The free School of Visual Arts and Design show, “What Remains,” will feature drawing, ceramics, experimental animation, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture. An opening reception will held 6-8 p.m. Thursday, April 17. The regular gallery hours […]

  • Kites, Dancers to be Featured at Annual Outdoor Concert

    The UCF Symphony, conducted by Dr. Laszlo Marosi, will perform its 10th annual Symphony Under the Stars concert at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 17,  at the UCF Reflecting Pond. The program comprises two pieces, Delibes’ Coppélia Suite and Franck’s Symphony in D-Minor, played without intermission. Dancers from Theatre UCF will join for the first piece. […]

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  • Ice-Cold Oscar

    After twice applying for Disney’s talent development program, Mo Hassan, ’11, finally received the news he’d been hoping for. He packed up his car and drove more than 2,500 miles across the country from his home in Bradenton, Fla., to the Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, Calif. “They offered me the job by email, […]

  • UCF Composer’s Opera Brings Marco Polo’s Story to Life

    The new opera The Red Silk Thread, An Epic Tale of Marco Polo takes us back to the 13th century, but its themes are still relevant today. Composed by UCF’s Stella Sung, the opera will debut next week at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Sung, director of UCF’s Center for Research and Education in […]

  • UCF Opera to Present Comedy Performance

    The University of Central Florida Opera will present the Florida premiere of “Speed Dating Tonight!,” a one-act, comic opera performed in English this weekend, April 12-13. The production at the Visual Arts Building offers an amusing take on a night of romantic mingling at a bar, performed by up to 26 speed daters, a bartender, […]

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Flying Horse Editions

Theo Lotz, the Flying Horse Editions director, talks about the different aspects of the program and how it fits into the greater university.