The University is currently operating under normal conditions
Members of the University and local communities are invited to attend one of several upcoming workshops to provide feedback about the opportunity for renewal and redevelopment of buildings surrounding Porthole Alley, the area where Carolina’s campus meets downtown Chapel Hill between 128 and 144 E. Franklin Street.
Raleigh native André Leon Gray is a self-trained artist who works in a variety of media to examine the impact of history on present day power structures and social hierarchies. He transforms mundane objects and materials into powerful social commentaries to encourage conversations among his diverse audience.
Dr. Nina Eidsheim, University of California at Los Angeles
Join us for the opening of the Stone Center’s exhibition and tribute to the life and work of Phil Freelon, renowned architect, artist, humanist and philanthropist. This exhibition, entitled Meditations on the Idea of Sacred Space: The Life and Work of Phil Freelon, focuses on his professional life and accomplishments as this nation’s foremost designer of African American arts and cultural spaces. We will feature examples of his awardwinning designs along with interviews and intimate portraits of his life from his beginnings as a precocious and talented student in Philadelphia, to his crowning achievement as Chief Architect for the National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Dr. T. Carlis Roberts, University of California at Berkeley
Organized by Director Laura Alexander
The Carolina Wind Quintet performs the music of Poulenc with pianist Molly Morkoski (UNC Music Alumna). Tickets are $15 general admission, $10 students/UNC faculty and staff. Tickets available at the door.