Kahlila Brown ’19, BFA Dance Education Taylor Roberson ’19,  BFA Dance Education Kahlila Brown and Taylor Roberson have similar stories about how each found their way here.  Recommendations from high school dance teachers pointed them toward UNC Greensboro’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, and they both felt they were about to embark on a […]

The Fall 2019 semester has been full of CVPA alumni sightings:  Asheville, Charlotte, Washington, DC, and New York, as our graduates from art, arts administration, dance, music, and theatre have gathered to meet the new dean, reconnect, and network. Below are some photos from recent events.  Scroll through and enjoy (click on photos to enlarge), […]

The UNCG University Libraries and the Graduate School are sponsoring a new graduate student competition called Webinars Worth Watching (W^3). UNCG Graduate Students who sign up will present a 10 minute webinar of their research. First place, second place, and people’s choice winners will receive a cash prize!  The competition will take place during the […]

Nicholas Shoaf ’19 BA Arts Administration, BM Music Education Nicholas Shoaf has always known that music would be a part of his life.  UNCG’s College of Visual and Perfoming Arts helped him discover how to combine that love of music with leadership skills to live a life in the arts. Nicholas started singing in elementary school […]

On December 13th, the College of Visual and Performing Arts conferred 19 Graduate degrees and 63 Undergraduate degrees in Art, Arts Administration, Dance, Music, and Theatre. We congratulate the graduates and welcome them as members of the CVPA Alumni family!   All alumni are invited to submit news of their future accomplishments at go.uncg.edu/alumninews.   Graduate […]

Art alumni group photo

Jewels is an exhibition curated by Associate Professor Emerita Amy Purcell and is a celebration of her 30 years on the faculty at UNCG’s School of Art. The exhibition features the work of twenty-one of Purcell’s former students — people whom she calls her “jewels” — and runs through December 5th.   An opening reception was […]

Liz Brooks, ’00 BM Vocal Performance, is featured in a New York Times article about the rigors of rep-style opera, in which a company performs a different opera each night.  Liz is a professional chorister with the Metropolitan Opear, and appears in all performances, which means learning lots of lyrics, multiple languages and many, many […]