During homebound days, the Weatherspoon’s website and social media will become platforms for re-imagined engagement. You’ll see highlights from their collection with commentary by museum staff, be able to respond to weekly themes and questions that they post, and submit your own thoughts and comments. You can follow these discussions on the museum’s Website, Twitter, […]
School of Art Assistant Professor Leah Sobsey’s work is featured in an article about the exhibition Winter Blue at the Center for Photographic Art in Carmel, California. https://www.donttakepictures.com/dtp-blog/2020/3/25/winter-blues-contemporary-cyanotypes-at-center-for-photographic-arts Leah will be giving an artist lecture on Tuesday, April 14th via Zoom. She will be discussing work from her current exhibition at The Center for Photographic […]
Due to COVID-19, School of Dance MFA student Makayla Ferrick had to cancel the public viewing of her thesis performance. Luckily, this didn’t slow her down! Makayla released the performance virtually to joy of her fellow students, faculty, and fans. We are all blown away by what she and her dancers accomplished. Congratulations Makayla!
A collaborative concert in October 2019 between the UNCG University Chorale, conducted by Carole Ott, and the Lorena Guillen Tango Ensemble, led by Artistic Director and School of Music lecturer Lorena Guillen. In 2020-2021 the Lorena Guillen Tango Ensemble is collaborating with UNCG Sinfonia, conducted by Rebecca MacLeod, to create an original piece for their […]
In the Summer of 1989, UNCG offered a set of two sociology classes, applied research and social theory, focused on the study of the Grateful Dead community. The instructor, a photographer, a film crew, two graduate assistants, and 21 students went on tour that summer and made history. For UNCG it was the Year of […]
The ‘Yes, And Cafe Podcast‘ with UNCG faculty Omar Ali and Nadja Cech, recently featured Professor of Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program, Steve Haines. Steve talks about improvising as a performer, a dad, and as champion of UNC Greensboro’s 2020 theme, “She can, We can.” Check out Episode 2: Improvisation in Jazz and Everything Else
If you’re enjoying the Met Opera online performances, you can thank a behind-the-scenes CVPA alumna. Read how Sidney Dixon ’09 BM Vocal Performance is a part of them all. Enjoy Met Opera Online, With Help From a Spartan on UNCG News
Antonio Truyols ’12 BM Piano Performance and Gizem Yucel ’13 DMA Viola Performance share this video of Duke Ellington Sound of Viola! This is us passing the time that would be spent commuting. This is what arrangers/composers do in quarantine. Duke Ellington Sound of Viola! This is us passing the time that would be […]