The Lawn Sign Project Photo

Students in Leah Sobsey’s photography class in the School of Art have been participating in an ongoing art installation — The Lawn Sign Project , which explores the concept of freedom through a variety of viewpoints.  The Lawn Sign Project made stops this fall in Greensboro and in Brooklyn, NY.  In each location, students invited […]

film portrait

Leah Sobsey (Assistant Professor of Photographer) and collaborator Tim Telkamp are interviewed about their mobile tintype studio in which they explore the intersections of community and portraiture. Read more… https://www.thephoblographer.com/2018/10/23/leah-sobsey-and-tim-telkamp-on-creating-tintype-community-portraits/

people in art gallery

The News and Records highlights the community engaged activities of the School of Art’s off-campus contemporary art center Greensboro Project Space. Read more… https://www.greensboro.com/life/nonprofit-greensboro-project-space-helps-people-interact-through-the-arts/article_9579423d-d08e-5533-9233-bf6c238b12a0.html

as you like it poster

Conceived by Dr. Christine Woodworth, former UNCG Theatre faculty member, “Frame/Works” is a program designed to draw connections between scholarly examination and artistic practice. The “Frame/Works” selection for the fall is UNCG Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.” Read more… https://uc.uncg.edu/prod/cweekly/2017/09/18/frameworks-shakespeares-like-sept-28/

bruce mcclung

The CVPA’s October 2019 newsletter highlighted community engagement. As Dean mcclung puts it “Training CVPA students to be community-based artists is no longer at the periphery of our mission–it is at the heart of who we are and what we do.” https://myemail.constantcontact.com/October-Newsletter—The-Impact-of-Community-Based-Arts.html?soid=1102402695651&aid=12S_XB2N-i8

working at desk

While receiving his MFA from the School of Art, Alumni Sherril Roland created the Jumpsuit Project to respond to the year he spent incarcerated for a crime he did not commit. The Charlotte Post talks about how Roland learned to artistically communicate his experience. Read more… http://www.thecharlottepost.com/news/2019/10/25/arts-and-entertainment/injustice-drives-sherrill-roland-s-art-for-social-awareness-sake/

Canvas Studio is a communication tool that allows instructors and students to actively collaborate through video and audio media. Canvas Studio is enabled in your course by default. The following information was adapted for UNCG from Instructure Canvas Guides.  The Canvas Studio user interface provides an interactive video tool that allows students and instructors to […]