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Arts Everywhere is making the arts a fundamental part of Carolina’s culture and daily campus life.
The arts can unlock our fullest potential and generate new knowledge, develop citizen leaders, embrace differences and catalyze economic development. Celebrating the arts supports students’ pursuit of meaningful lives by helping them imagine new possibilities and foster a creative mindset to solve the world’s most complex problems.
April 8 marks a return to an on-campus celebration of Arts Everywhere Day, with performances, installations and activities across campus. This year’s theme is “Grounded Growth,” which represents how artists and the Carolina community has grown during the pandemic and the role of the arts through these times.
The Flying Silk Dance Troupe is sharing Chinese culture with the Carolina community through eye-catching performances with colorful silk ribbons and fans.
An Arts Everywhere Innovation Grant helped fund Hussman School of Journalism and Media graduate student Alex M. Sanchez's documentary.
Led by Carolina students, Musical Empowerment provides one-on-one music lessons for nearly 130 underserved children in the Chapel Hill and Carrboro community.
The group provides children with not only a place they can go and learn about music and learn about an instrument that they’re really interested in, but also a place where they can go and get to know a mentor.
After more than two decades as a school teacher, Jason Lord began taking classes at Carolina to hone his visual art skills to teach his middle school students. That experience led the Tar Heel to put his teaching career on hold and pursue a degree from UNC-Chapel Hill.
First-year dental student Dariel Liakhovetski has provided his own soundtrack to life. A classically trained cellist, he has traveled across the world playing for audiences and recently found his home as a Tar Heel.
You don't need to be an art or music major to flex your creative muscles at Carolina. From modern dance to music and photography to wood sculpture, Tar Heels from all majors are bringing their artistic talents to our community.
“I Was Here: Postcards from the Pandemic” lets employees process the past two years through artistic expression, culminating in an exhibit on Arts Everywhere Day April 8.
Kylan Rice, a Ph.D. student in the College of Arts & Sciences' English department, has been helping keep the Carolina community stocked on short stories by leading a team of Tar Heels behind Arts Everywhere's short story dispensers.
Whether it's the stairways of Fetzer Hall or on the walls of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School's undergraduate floor, Arts Everywhere is adding color to Carolina's campus by sponsoring murals in various locations.