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Arts and Humanities

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  • Ole Worm, Museum Wormianum (Leiden: Elsevir, 1655)

    The gift of wonder: Rare book collection coming to Carolina

    Distinguished alumna Florence Fearrington has donated a rare book collection worth $6.2 million to the University Libraries. The collection includes 1,900 rare books, most on the subject of natural history.

  • Students posing for a photo in front of PlayMakers Theater.

    Storytelling and service

    First-year Master of Fine Arts students in Gwendolyn Schwinke’s spring voice and speech class used their acting skills for good to produce an online album of international folk tales for UNC Children’s Hospital.

  • Catya McMullen with Jenna Worsham.

    Helping hungry kids

    The Homebound Project, an online theater initiative co-founded by Carolina alumna and playwright Catya McMullen, is raising money to help feed children affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

  • CPA at Home

    CPA at Home provides virtual performances for Carolina community

    Through CPA at Home, Carolina Performing Arts fans can now enjoy virtual content for every performance that was originally scheduled for this spring, including exclusive videos.

  • Two women speak with each other.

    The 19th Amendment Project

    UNC-Chapel Hill faculty-artists from drama, dance, music and visual arts will present four performances focused on the complex history of the 19th Amendment.

  • A woman wears an inflatable ice cream cone during a rehersal.

    UNC Opera brings Mozart to the moon

    As part of University Research Week, UNC Opera will showcase how research can take center stage with its Mozart on the Moon series.