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Event List

Opening Reception: Biennial Art Faculty and New Art Faculty Exhibitions

The “Biennial Faculty Exhibition” in the Schmidt Gallery features the work of more than 20 FAU faculty members who continue their practice as producing...

9/19 6:30pm
 
Ana Navarro at FAU

Join us for the 7th Annual Robert J. Bailyn Symposium on the First Amendment: Are You Being Heard: Political Participation and the 1st Amendment with Ana...

FAU Theatre Presents Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov

Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov: September 27–October 6, 2019 Can anything go right in Vanya’s life? He’s dedicated his whole life to a pedantic old fart who...

8th Annual Side-by-Side Festival for String Orchestra

Talented high school students will perform side-by-side with members of the FAU Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Laura Joella. Repertoire to be...

Remembering the 1960s and Woodstock.

Florida Atlantic University’s Department of History presents “The John O’ Sullivan Memorial Concert: Remembering the 1960s and Woodstock.” The concert will...

FAU Theatre Presents Dead Man’s Cellphone by Sarah Ruhl

Dead Man’s Cellphone by Sarah Ruh: October 18-27, 2019 The winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play, Dead Man’s Cell Phone is a beautiful,...

FAU Choral Ensembles

The FAU choral organizations present a concert highlighting the choral works of women and Afro-American composers and Latin American pieces with African...

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...

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...

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...