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Upcoming Events

Coarse Geometry Seminar

Coarse Geometry Seminar

5/10 3:30pm
Virtual Event
ARTSOURCE - An exhibition of work by Knox County Art Educators

For more than a decade, Art Source, the exhibition dedicated solely to Knox County art educators, has given these same teachers an opportunity to nourish and...

UT Humanities Center: Public Books Circle with Professor Heather Hirschfeld

Join us to discuss a mesmerizing historical novel that was one of The New York Times 10 Best Books of 2020! Professor Heather Hirschfeld will lead the...

5/19 7pm
Virtual Event
UT Humanities Center Conversations & Cocktails: Breaking Boundaries 2021 Series – Urmila Seshagiri

Decades after Virginia Woolf’s death, scholars discovered “Sketch of the Past,” the author’s unknown, unfinished, and unpublished memoir. When “Sketch of...

5/27 7pm
Virtual Event
UT Humanities Center Public Books Circle - Entitled: How Male Privilege Hurts Women

Join our next Public Books Circle book discussion led by Philosophy professor Georgi Gardiner on Kate Manne’s Entitled: How Male Privilege Hurts Women. This...

6/2 7pm
Virtual Event
Opening Reception: Walker Evans and James Agee

80 years ago Let Us Now Praise Famous Men was published. To commemorate the anniversary of this text by Knoxville-born author, James Agee, we are exhibiting...

2021 Drumline, Guard, Majorette Day Camp

Members of the 2021 Pride of the Southland Band Drumline, Guard, and Majorettes will have a 1 day camp on Saturday, June 5 from 9-5. Information will be...

Walker Evans and James Agee

80 years ago Let Us Now Praise Famous Men was published. To commemorate the anniversary of this text by Knoxville-born author, James Agee, we are exhibiting...

2021 Band Camp

2021 Pride Band Camp Schedule Specific information and times will be sent out via email. August 4-5: Leadership Training (Squad Leaders, Majorettes,...