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The humanities provide essential knowledge and perspectives for vital democratic societies, yet the current cultural and educational tides may be carrying humanistic studies into the backwaters of American life. Join the CPH “intellectual team” for a seminar that will recognize and celebrate 40 years of public humanities programs, debates, and special events.
Originally from Belfast, N. Ireland, Angela Kelly came to the US from the UK to serve as a full-time Visiting Artist at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago. She earned an MA in Fine Art Photography from Columbia College, Chicago in 1989, and a Diploma in Creative Photography, Hons., from Trent Polytechnic (B.A. degree Nottingham Metropolitan University,) Nottingham, England in 1975, and a Dip. Ed. with distinction at Mary Ward College, University of Nottingham, in 1972.
Marina Lomazov (Eastman University), Joseph Rackers (University of South Carolina), piano.
Known for her sharp wit and innovative use of text, dance creator Crystal Pite (Nederlands Dans Theater, Paris Opera Ballet, The Royal Ballet) teams with theater artist Jonathon Young and her own Vancouver-based company Kidd Pivot in this new dance/theater work about corruption, farce and the forces of radical change, based on the satirical play The Government Inspector.
The Art Department at UNC-Chapel Hill is proud to announce the MFA Thesis exhibition for the graduating class of 2019 at the Durham Fruit Co. The thesis exhibition, entitled Under the Rug, presents the work of nine artists who address a wide range of inquiries through various media including painting, works on paper, sculpture, installation, photography, performance, and video.
Exploring music's diverse roles in the production of 20th-century black political projects in the U.S.
The Department of Music presents the fifth annual concert featuring the Department’s 1842 Pleyel piano.