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POSTPONED: Humanities to the Rescue: Workshop with Susan Leigh Foster, “Choreographing Relationality”

Center for the Arts - Rehearsal Workshop

IMPORTANT UPDATE Humanities to the Rescue is an event series intended to bring the broader Buffalo community together to celebrate the humanities. We have been closely monitoring how current health and travel issues are evolving with regard to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). After consultation with University at Buffalo leadership and a great deal of deliberation, our […]


Postponed: Humanities to the Rescue: Mary Grace Sullivan and Hanyu Liao present “I have a baby whose name is no one”

500 Seneca 500 Seneca St, Buffalo, NY, United States

I have a baby whose name is no one is an interdisciplinary convergence of mixed-media and performance vignettes conceived by Mary Grace Sullivan (UB Department of Theatre and Dance MFA candidate) and Hanyu Liao (UB Department of Media Study MAH candidate). The work will be presented off-site at 500 Seneca, where the audience, artists, and […]


2022 Humanities to the Rescue Showcase: Life (in the Age of Artificial Intelligence)

250 Baird Hall

Please join us for this 2-day in-person event examining Life (in the Age of Artificial Intelligence). This series of panels and discussions will bring together UB faculty and students working in art, computer science, early modern studies, music, public health and more in a multi-faceted exploration of the impacts—both beneficial and detrimental—of artificial intelligence, big data […]