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UMBC’s faculty, staff, students and alumni in the Arts & Humanities think, create and engage! Read more about their work, and stay tuned for progress on UMBC’s new Performing Arts & Humanities Building and other news.

“Degree of Inspiration: Theatre alumni thrive in Baltimore.”
With its many indie performances and off-beat exhibits, Baltimore is quickly becoming a city known for its art scene. Katie Kopajtic ’11, acting, is catching that process in real time in b.f.a. – an original web series featuring other recent UMBC graduates (many of whom were involved in the UMBC Theatre Department’s award-winning 2011 production of Las Meninas). Read More.

“Lynn Cazabon and Eric Dyer, Visual Arts, Receive Ruby Artist Project Grants”
Ruby Artist Project Grants, awarded by the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, are presented to Baltimore area artists in support of projects “that reflect a diversity of talent and creativity in immersive theatre, interactive media experiences, documentary film and musical composition.” Lynn Cazabon and Eric Dyer, visual arts, are among the first ever to receive Ruby Artist Project Grants. Read more.