Arts and Culture

News about UB’s arts and humanities programs and related events. (see all topics)


Motivated in part by the #MeToo movement and inspired by Cornell philosopher Kate Manne’s instant classic “Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny,” the University at Buffalo Gender Institute is presenting a yearlong lecture series titled “On Misogyny.”


UB community members will create hundreds of signs for #SpiritDay on North Campus.


Under the direction of Kerry Ring and Jenna Del Monte, the 2018-19 academic year marks the 45th anniversary of Zodiaque Dance Company.


45 Plays for 45 Presidents is an irreverent comical insight into the lives of every POTUS, featuring vignettes about each President, their wives, mistresses, political opponents and others.


The University at Buffalo Department of Theatre and Dance production of Pippin, will be directed by guest director and choreographer Paul Stancato.


An ambitious new project spearheaded by Jonathan Manes, assistant clinical professor of law, will examine ethical and social concerns raised by the increasing use of artificial intelligence, or AI.


Popular local event series opens its 10th season with a theme that’s close to home.


When Mara B. Huber, associate dean for undergraduate research and experiential learning, took on the task of designing an office to serve as a hub for credit-based experiential learning at UB, she knew she wanted a model that was collaborative and catalytic.


Angie Thomas, author of the best-selling novel “The Hate U Give,” which has been adapted into a soon to be released major motion picture, will be the keynote speaker at the 2018 Buffalo Humanities Festival.


Together this summer in the Arctic, the researchers and their guest shared a common goal: telling the story of a changing planet.