Arts and Culture

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


Audiences will be indulged in various styles of dance, including popular American forms and interpretive expressions of contemporary movement.


“FEMALE,” the season's unifying theme, encompasses a range of endeavors that include exhibitions, installations, performances, screenings and residencies.


National Magazine Award-winning columnist and author of the forthcoming book “Hate Inc." will speak on Sept. 20 in Asbury Hall in Babeville.


New role provides a broader vehicle to expand on the campus and community programming Milletti has developed curating the English department’s Exhibit X Fiction Series.


The extended four-movement work for symphony orchestra to be performed under the baton of the BPO’s Grammy-winning conductor and music director JoAnn Falletta.


The UB Department of Theatre and Dance will present the beloved family classic “Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in The Hat.”  


Nyle DiMarco, Maggie Haberman, Yusef Salaam, Daymond John, Jeff Corwin all part of 2019-20 Distinguished Speakers Series.


The UB Department of Theatre and Dance will host Brooklyn-based professional dance company Urban Bush Women for a public performance.


Philosopher John Martin Fischer, recipient of a $5.2 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to study different aspects of immortality, will deliver the keynote address the Romanell Summer Conference, “Death, Disease and Identity.”


Lined with bird shelters and bat boxes, “Life Support” is a living art sculpture that will serve as a functional habitat for a wide variety of bats, birds and reptiles.