New Gallery, located in 216 Lloyd Hall, features installations curated by New College students.
Sonic Frontiers is a concert series of innovative and experimental music that enriches the cultural life of West Alabama and invites creative exchange between world-class performers of adventurous music, students, and the greater community through public performances and lively post-concert discussions. All Sonic Frontiers events are free and open to the public and are presented in accessible venues.
These events have been sponsored by NewMusicUSA, The National Endowment for the Arts, and The University of Alabama’s New College, College of Arts and Sciences, School of Music, Creative Campus, Blount Undergraduate Initiative, Honors College, and Capstone International. For up-to-date information about upcoming Sonic Frontiers events, visit sonicfrontiers.ua.edu
The New College Review, an annual non-fiction magazine, is an initiative of the students of New College who are solely responsible for its timely production, publication, and distribution. Each issue of the New College Review centers around a theme of the staff’s choosing. Recent themes include: Metamorphosis (2009), Taboo (2010), The South (2011), RE- (Rebuild, Recovery, Rematch, etc.) (2012), The Future (2013), and Millennials (2014).
Arts Renaissance in Tuscaloosa Schools coordinates arts workshops in local public schools.