UGA’s latest virtual arts, lectures and events

Now you can enjoy more of your favorite musicals, events and conferences from the safety and comfort of your own home. Below is a list of enjoyable and professional virtual events provided through the University of Georgia: 

UGA Presents launches virtual fall season with Studio HH

Studio HH, a new online venue named for Hodgson Hall, promises to bring the concert hall to the couch with a variety of shows, including conversations with artists, recorded performances and live performances. Performing arts lovers can enjoy music, theater and dance such as Arts Chats, a series of insightful conversations with some of today’s leading artists. Many will be free, like the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln events, and a few will have a small admission fee.

However, if some would like to attend in-person, the Performing Arts Center will also host several live, in-person performances which will be capped at 25 people. The event will require attendees to use safety precautions such as social distancing, face coverings and hand sanitizer stations installed throughout the building.

2020-2021 Signature Lectures

The annual event will now be offered online and at no cost.  The series will feature speakers such as Johanna Drucker, Breslauer Professor of Bibliographical Studies at UCLA, Carolyn Finney, a Scholar-in-Residence, Franklin Environmental Center at Middlebury College and Diane DeMell Jacobsen the Chairman at Thomas H. and Diane DeMell Jacobsen Ph.D. Foundation. 

To sign up to attend one of the speaker sessions, fill out this form.

UGA Career Center Events and Seminars

For those looking to advance their career opportunities and skills, UGA’s Career Center is offering free virtual Zoom seminars focusing on graduate school, resume, LinkedIn advice and more. 

Here is a list of the ongoing Zoom events for the semester.

UGA Mentor Program

Networking with your Bulldog family can help you get ahead in life and career and the UGA Mentor Program narrows down the world of possibilities to meaningful connections. The mentorship program is offered to all UGA students—students meet with their mentors via the phone, Zoom or other virtual platforms.

In order to start, students must create a profile on our digital platform, attend a quick orientation, then instantly begin searching for a mentor using a variety of search criteria including: industry, major, location and more.

Orientation dates are found here.