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Event List

 Master Class Christopher Demos-Brown

The nation’s playwrights share readings of their newest plays followed by a discussion about their work and process. In addition, the 90-minute Master Class...

Ela Gandhi: A Life for Peace, from Apartheid to Democracy

Ela Gandhi, granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi, is a peace activist who will be sharing her message of social justice gathered during a lifetime establishing...

Concert Italiano sul Palcoscenico - International Week of the Italian Language

Concert with pianists Barbara and Sergio Salani and tenor Carlos De Antonis. In collaboration of the Italian Consulate in Miami, and with students from...

FAU Jazz Orchestra. Back to Basics: Volume 3

The FAU Jazz Orchestra, led by Artistic Director and Assistant Professor of Trumpet, Courtney Jones, features the musical stylings of Louis Prima, Cab...

Borges and His Arab Interlocutors: Averroes, Translatability, and Tolerance

The 12th century Cordoban philosopher Averroes/Ibn Rushd, in imagined and actual textual travels across the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, offers insight...

Commercial Music Ensembles

Under the direction of Rob Rimmington and Matthew Joy, the Commercial Music Ensembles perform Top 40 hits of today and yesterday. Latin from Brazil, as well...

FAU Symphony Orchestra- Music’s Greatest Stories

Conducted by Laura Joella, the Florida Atlantic University Symphony Orchestra’s opening concert of the 28th season will showcase Music’s Greatest Stories,...

Opening reception for The Farewells Photography Exhibition

"The Farewells. Photographs by Alberto Martí” provides 51 visual documents on Galician exodus to the Americas between 1957 and 1963 from the harbors of A...

The 40th Anniversary of the Iran Hostage Crisis: An Evening with Dr. Roham Alvandi

Dr. Kelly J. Shannon, Associate Professor of History at FAU, and Dr. Roham Alvandi, Associate Professor of International History at the London School of...

Donna Zuckerberg: The Relevance and Risks of Classical Reception Today

Recently, a surprising group has taken up the mantle of explaining why the study of the ancient Greeks and Romans remains vitally important: the alt-right....