Arts at UNC Blog
Lemke’s “The Penland Experience” showcases the works that he created while working at Penland School of Crafts, located in North Carolina. This body of work is an exploration of his interest in marine biology as well as the defense mechanisms of different marine creatures. Lemke said that the various teapots, cups, mugs, Saki sets and other vessels shown in the exhibition all gave him a chance to experiment with new techniques, ideas and glazes.
April 12, 2017
UNC Design Day 2017: Found Object Assemblage
Art & Design students meet the challenge of creating pieces of art out of found objects.
April 05, 2017
Northern Colorado High School Art Exhibition
Mariani Gallery is pleased to host the 50th Annual Northern Colorado High School Art Exhibition from May 11–17, 2017. This showcase features the work of high school (grades 9-12) students in the Platte Valley region.
March 22, 2017
Inaugural Art History Symposium
All UNC School of Art and Design were invited to submit a one-page abstract to give a 20-minute talk on a topic within the history of art. Six undergraduates presented papers in our Inaugural Art History Symposium held on Friday, March 3.
March 08, 2017
Open Space Festival of New Music: Conner Shaw
Another one of the participants for the Call For Scores portion of our 2017 Open Space Festival is UNC’s very own Conner Shaw. He is a Jazz Studies and Composition student at the School of Music, with guitar as his primary instrument. He says, “Composition is introspective spelunking, imaginative trekking, and reactionary commentary, revealed through sound expression.”
February 27, 2017