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The arts are a central part of the Carolina experience. Each day, diverse arts programs and courses connect members of the UNC-Chapel Hill community to one another and to the ever-changing local and global culture. Transformative and dynamic, the arts reflect the University's pursuit of new knowledge and commitment to public service.
The play will star Debra Messing and begins preview performances on April 2, 2020, with opening night on April 21 at Roundabout’s American Airlines Theatre on Broadway.
This celebration included a virtual reality painting activity, short story vending machines, photography exhibits and more.
Bill Ferris spent his career documenting the stories and music of the American South. His life's work has now resulted in two Grammy awards.
DO or DIE: Affect, Ritual, Resistance features the work of visual artist Fahamu Pecou, who elevates and recontextualizes Black life and death to inspire hope, healing, and a sense of justice. The exhibition seeks to reframe the political and societal violence against Black bodies in America by incorporating imagery from African-based spiritual traditions. This exhibition will be on display in the Robert and Sallie Brown Gallery and Museum from Sept. 19 through Nov. 21.
Please join us for a fun ramble on the campus at UNC-Chapel Hill for an architecture tour highlighting many of the interesting stories built into its history and written about in The Campus at Chapel Hill: 225 Years of Architecture. The tour will be led by JJ Bauer (Faculty, Department of Art and Art History) and include the participation of John V. Allcott's family members.
Please join us to celebrate the updated and expanded edition of John V. Allcott's The Campus at Chapel Hill: 225 Years of Architecture with a brief book talk and reception at the John and June Allcott Gallery in Hanes Art Center