Soundtrack to Revolution
Students explore changing role of black protest music.
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Among the items on display: paintings, sculptures and melted prescription bottles.
History professor Jeffrey Herf offers his expertise on anti-semitism in America on NPR's Morning Edition.
American studies professor Psyche Williams-Forson weighs in on the cultural food shaming that exists in society.
UMD alum and wife finish stint in “Waitress.”
Associate Professor of Women's Studies Ashwini Tambe weighs in on the history of adolescence.
Learn about some of the college's highlights over the 2017-18 academic year.
The show was designed to avoid disruptive lights and sounds of a traditional concert.
Baltimore native and “Rent” actress Tracie Thoms will return to Maryland this month to perform in a theater production that fuses a 5th-century tragedy with modern day issues of race and injustice.
UMD students design furniture for cafe in The Clarice made out of a sustainable bamboo material called Plyboo.
Showing at The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center through Oct. 12, “Little Shop of Horrors” originated as a 1960 low-budget comedy-horror film by B-movie director Roger Corman and with an early appearance by Jack Nicholson.
Featured artists share how live performance, interactive art and film uniquely express creative ideas.
UMD’s theatre, dance and performance studies school showcases their talent in this spooky production.
Victor Provost to spend 5-day artist residency, part of the NextLOOK program in partnership with The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland, at Joe’s Movement Emporium.
It’s the heartwarming story of a hapless boy and his exotic plant. No, wait, it’s a cautionary sci-fi allegory about human desire.
The Trump administration’s investigations into illegal discrimination at Yale and Harvard are misguided.
Clarice staff help illuminate firehouse to honor fallen firefighters.
“Little Shop of Horrors” at The Clarice.
The University of Maryland (UMD) is part of multi-institutional team tasked with building a powerful set of language technologies that can unlock information that has previously been unsearchable, and ultimately unfindable.