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Arts @ UD is offering a unique opportunity for its audience through streaming audio and visual performances available online to the University of Delaware community.
Curated by the Associate Dean for the Arts in the UD College of Arts and Sciences, this streaming experience includes performances and presentations that highlight the work of UD students, faculty and community members with the goal of celebrating their creative achievements.
"Arts are essential to our humanity. I developed the At Home with Arts @ UD series to offer an opportunity for the University of Delaware community to be inspired and connected through visual art, music and poetry at this uncertain moment in time," said Suzanne L. Burton, Associate Dean for the Arts and professor of music education. "At UD, we have extraordinary, creative, talented faculty and students in the arts whose work should not be lost because live performances or art shows are not possible due to the pandemic. My hope is that through art, viewers or listeners will discover and develop sensitivities through these unique ways of knowing about themselves, others, and the world around us."
Join in on the experience by visiting At Home with Arts @ UD.
Article by Chris Kelley
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