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Public Events and the Visiting Artist Program

UNC Galleries' educational mission offers numerous opportunities for college students, faculty, K-12 teachers, and the community to enjoy our exhibiitons. We activate each of our exhibitions with programs such as: artist talks, interdiscliplinary panels, gallery receptions, and hands-on workshops. All of our public programs are free to UNC students and the public.

The Visiting Artist (VA) Program welcomes experts from around the country to Greeley for one-day campus visits or week-long "micro-residencies." The VA Program offers unique opportunities for firsthand discussion with artists, curators, and scholars to provide a closer look at how creative professionals live and work. Visitors present their practice in a public lecture and are integrated into the curriculum through targeted, intentional classroom visits, individual student critiques, and collaborative workshops. 


2018 Summer Visiting Artists & Public Programs

June 14 & 15 

Nick Sousanis Public Lecture

Guggenheim Hall, Room 001

June 14th from 10am-12pm: Workshop, Crabbe Hall, Room 202 (GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY)
                                           5pm: Public Lecture, Guggenheim Hall, Room 001

June 15th from 10am-12pm: Workshop, Crabbe Hall, Room 202 (OPEN TO THE PUBLIC)      

Register for a Sousanis Public Lecture

Comics artist and educator Nick Sousanis is an assistant professor in Humanities & Liberal Studies at San Francisco State University, where he is developing an interdisciplinary comics studies program. His book, Unflattening (published by Harvard University Press in 2015), won the 2016 American Publishers Association Humanities award for Scholarly Excellence, the 2016 Lynd Ward prize for Best Graphic Novel, and was nominated for a 2016 Eisner Award. Unflattening has been featured in the New York Times, The Paris Review, the LA Review of Books, the Chronicle of Higher Education, the New Statesman, and more, and named the best graphic novel of 2015 by numerous critics.
Sousanis's comics have appeared in Nature, The Boston Globe, and Columbia Magazine, and his work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Moscow’s Non/Fiction Book Fair, Microsoft Research, among others. Sousanis has been invited to lecture on comics at such venues as the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, Stanford University, Harvard University, UCLA, the Jaipur Literary Festival in Boulder, CO, the Brooklyn Book Festival, and internationally.

To learn more about Nick Sousanis, visit his website. 

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Design Day 2016
Ceramic demo, 2016

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