In spring 2018, noted Los Angeles-based artist Toni Scott will bring her creative talents to the Stone Center through a special installation project in the Robert and Sallie Brown Gallery and Museum, entitled Aswarm With the Spirits of All Ages Here”: Inconceivable Spaces of Slavery and Freedom. The installation project continues a line of inquiry and creativity Scott has pursued in successful shows in China and the Middle East where she the intertwined histories of African American, Native American and Europeans in her own ancestry.
Bayard Wootten was a single mother in 1904 when she borrowed a camera and started taking and selling pictures to support her family. By the end of her life, she had made more than a million images and had gained a reputation as a true pioneer. Her work is featured in this exhibition March 27 - November 4, 2018.
An exhibition at the Wilson Special Collections Library follows the 125-year history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s student newspaper, the Daily Tar Heel.
A full-scale exhibition about the world in which Mary Shelley wrote her classic novel “Frankenstein,” curated by undergraduate students from Professor Jeanne Moskal’s English 295 Honors class.