Arts at UNC Blog
Amity: Katelynn Mai-Fusco
Amity features the work of Katelynn Mai-Fusco, a UNC Alumni living an working in Fort Collins, CO. Mai-Fusco works predominately with paper—one of the oldest mediums, having been used for centuries to tell stories.
February 01, 2018
Skin Deep: Elizabeth Alexander & Charles Clary
Skin Deep is an exhibition featuring the work of Elizabeth Alexander (Salem, NC) and Charles Clary (Conway, SC). Skin Deep highlights the work of two artists who cut into antique, found objects such as: frames, wallpaper, and porcelain wares, to either erase or embellish ornamentation. Both artists innovatively cross boundaries between decorative arts, design, and fine art by applying gestural, precise cuts that alter their subject matter through processes that are obsessive, repetitive, and intuitive.
January 24, 2018
The UNC String Project, modeled after the National String Project Consortium, is a community based music education program providing school-aged students with the opportunity to learn violin, viola, cello, or double bass in an orchestra setting.
January 24, 2018
Spring Dance Concert 2018
Celebrate an old fashioned barn raising/wedding and delight in a colorful set of Commedia Dell’Arte clowns as the School of Theatre Arts and Dance in collaboration with the School of Music presents an evening of dance, featuring two very special one acts, Copland's Appalachian Spring and Stravinsky's Pulcinella.
January 22, 2018
Art & Design Student Wins National Graphic Design Award
UNC Graphic Design student Amarie Stocker won the national 2017 Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) Student Design Award! Out of hundreds of entries all over the USA, fewer than 50 projects were chosen as winners. All the winners are showcased on the Graphic Design USA website for the next year.
September 07, 2017
Theatre & Dance Professors and Alum Present Research in South Africa
In May, Professors Dr. Mary Schuttler and Gillian McNally presented at the International Theatre for Young Audiences Research Network. Dr. Schuttler presented a paper on the impact of UNC’s 2016 production of The Transition of Doodle Pequeño. Gillian McNally facilitated a panel discussion on LGBTQ TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences). In this panel, she also shared the impact of The Transition of Doodle Pequeño on the UNC students, the children in the audience and the elementary school’s reactions to this controversial production. Adding to both of these panels was UNC Alumnae Sam Provenzano.
July 05, 2017