Directing Student Kyle Boatwright Gets Inspiration from Fellow Theater Alum Dawn Monique Williams '11G
Department of Theater Graduate Directing student Kyle Boatwright gets inspired by fellow theater alum Dawn Monique Williams.
The College of Humanities & Fine Arts hosted several events during the university's 2023 Homecoming Weekend.
Underscoring the notable ties between UMass Amherst and the Republic of Colombia, Colombian Vice President Francia Márquez visited campus Oct. 20.
For the past three years, then Department of Architecture has offered two 4-credit introductory studios—Arch 100 and 101—to Boston Public School students.
More than 400 Participants Attended 'Werk Related: Chicago Footwork' Conference from Music and Dance
More than 400 participants recently attended the a five-day conference, "Werk Related: Chicago Footwork," created in partnership with the Music and Dance dept.
Library and Kinney Center Team Up for Shakespeare Unbound: A Campuswide Special Exhibit Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s First Folio
Shakespeare Unbound: A Campuswide Special Exhibit is now on display.
Tiago Araujo, the General Consul of Portugal in Boston, visited campus to participate in the 2nd Lusophone Film Festival and meet with the HFA community.
September marks the 30th anniversary of the DEFA Film Library at UMass Amherst, the first and only archive and research center devoted to East German film.
Hammer Time: How Students, Faculty, Local Businesses and Holyoke’s Community Development Corporation Are Teaming Up to Fight the Housing Crisis
They call it “Paper House”: a modular, 500-square-foot, high-performance, net zero, low-carbon house designed and built by the students in UMass DesignBuild.
Jenny Adams, professor of English, recently published a personal essay in the Greenfield Recorder on "My Turn: Alzheimer’s, my dad, and me."
Symposium to Celebrate History of Art and Architecture Professor Walter Denny’s Scholarship in Islamic Art on Oct. 21
The Department of History of Art and Architecture will host a symposium to honor University Distinguished Professor Walter Denny on Saturday, Oct. 21.
The Department of W.E.B. Du Bois Afro-American Studies invites the UMass Amherst community to share memories of late professor John H. Bracey, Jr.