Cultural Event Opportunities for Students This Fall

Friday, August 21, 2020

A Message from Kathleen Plinske, President, Osceola, Lake Nona and Poinciana Campuses

The Osceola Campus Humanities department, in collaboration with Student Development, is sponsoring a varied lineup of amazing online cultural event opportunities for the Fall 2020 semester. Please click here for a calendar of events, which you can share with your students.

The events will be held on our new Humanities Digital Venue (HDV), which features timely virtual museum and art gallery exhibits, virtual theater and a virtual speaker series. Topics include the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment; Valencia Voices: Immigration Stories; Art from Latin America; The Narrators: Pandemic Stories; and student artwork. As a digital forum, the HDV leverages the capabilities of new media to facilitate many conversations. You can view the events at the HDV by clicking here.

Please encourage your students to participate in these events; additional events will be added throughout the year. Also, feel free to reach out to Kathryn Gualtieri, part-time faculty, humanities, at if you have any questions or if you would like to participate in an event in the future.

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