The University is currently operating under Reduced Campus Services and Operations due to COVID-19
The Department of Art and Art History presents a socially-distanced exhibition of select works from our Studio Art Faculty. Assembled quickly in these unusual circumstances of the pandemic, this exhibition is a rare opportunity to see the work of our faculty in conversation, and encompassing such varied media as ceramics, photography, performance, prints, and painting.
Rev. William Barber discusses social justice in the first event of the Centennial Speaker Series.
Each artist will discuss their work for 20 minutes and then engage in a conversation about their practices as artists with Q and A.
This event, in collaboration with the Korean Economic Institute of America, will discuss the importance of the Korean War as a major twentieth century conflict, look at the legacies of the war on Korea and the wider world today, and think about prospects for the Korean peninsula in the future.
This webinar series is part of the Modern Indian Studies Initiative at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Professor William Marshall and Professor Kerrel Murray will be joined by Teresa Wynn Roseborough ’86, who served as a lead litigator in the Bush v. Gore (2000) case.