From Zoom: Starting July 19th, Zoom will require that all meetings have a Passcode or a Waiting Room enabled. We have designed these security measures to give you control over your meeting security options while keeping the join experience as frictionless as possible. For meetings that do not have either a Passcode or Waiting Room […]
The Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Office (URSCO) Community Based Undergraduate Research and Creativity Award was presented to four students: Triston Broadway, Gabriel Figuracion, Maguette Seye, and Heather Lofdahl. The team collaborated with Dr. Rebecca MacLeod to write a grant in support of the creation of a diverse online music learning community for young people […]
Distinguished Alumnus Marian Wilson Kimber (BA ’83) was recently awarded the Sight and Sound Subvention from the Society for American Music for her work “In a Woman’s Voice: Musical Readings by American Women Composers.” This project will be a video recording of musical readings for spoken word and piano by women composers, performed by Marian Wilson […]
Reliably Bad, an eight-piece funk-pop band composed of UNCG School of Music students perform a socially distant cover of the The Magic School Bus!
Need to quickly get up and running with Canvas? These 5 videos will get you started with an overview of Canvas, how to build and manage a course, and how to create and manage course content. View additional Canvas Overview videos or read the Canvas Instructor Guides for additional information.
The DMC is hosting a series of multimedia hands-on online workshops to support the UNCG campus curriculum. Participants will learn the basics of a variety of multimedia and digital storytelling tools to use in their assignments or personal projects. Registration is open now for UNCG students, faculty, and staff. You can register for one or multiple workshops. […]
School of Dance Alumna Princess Johnson, founder of Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet, is taking her company’s Juneteenth Arts Celebration online. “The entire Greensboro community will benefit from watching it as we all seek healing and reconciliation in our varying ways,” Johnson said. Read more in this Greensboro News and Record Article. Photo from News and […]
Melanie Greene (’13 MFA Dance) is a dancer and writer who hosts the Dance Union Podcast, with dancer J. Bouey. When the document titled “An Open Letter to Arts Organizations Rampant With White Supremacy” began circulating on the internet, Greene and Bouey used their podcast to begin dialogue and action to make a difference. Their […]
Downtown Greensboro looks a lot different this month. Vibrantly painted storefronts, challenging quotes from authors and musicians, and art that refers to love, justice, peace, grief, support, and hope. Several Spartan students, alumni, and faculty are among the many on Elm Street proving the power of art. Read the full article here: https://news.uncg.edu/spartan-artists-say-their-names/
The UNCG School of Music is proud of the five alumni who have been selected as quarterfinalists for the 2021 Music Educator Award™ presented by the Recording Academy® and GRAMMY Museum®. These graduates span four decades of excellence in the Music Education area. Alisha Cardwell (BM ’17) — Riverside High School, Williamston, NC Jordan Lee (BM ’17) — Western Guilford High School, […]