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March 2019

Images of the Grateful Dead and Deadheads

March 4 @ 7:00 am - April 27 @ 11:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:00am, repeating until April 30, 2019

Tate Street Coffee House, 334 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27403, USA, 101 Tate St
Greensboro, NC United States

Photo credit: © Lloyd Wolf / www.lloydwolf.com During the months of March and April, 2019, UNCG will host a photographic exhibit, Images of the Grateful Dead and Deadheads at Tate Street Coffee House. A closing reception with music by Jon Walters and David Gans,  will be held on April 27, 2019, 6pm-8pm.  The closing reception is open to the public. Rebecca Adams, the UNCG professor who took a class on tour with the Grateful Dead in the Summer of 1989, and…

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Michael Eric Dyson

March 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
UNCG Recital Hall, 100 McIver St, Greensboro, NC 27412, USA, 101 McIver St
Greensboro, NC United States

Dr. Michael Eric Dyson is a Georgetown University sociology professor, a New York Times contributing opinion writer, and a contributing editor of The New Republic, and of ESPN’s The Undefeated website. The topic of his talk is "Race, Racism and Race Relations" in America.   He will discuss his new book, “Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America”. Copies of the book will be available for sale, and Dr. Dyson will sign the books in the lobby after the lecture. Read…

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“Exploring UNCG in the 1960s: An Exhibit presented by The Jackson Libraries”

March 19 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 9:00am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until May 31, 2019

Jackson Library, 320 College Avenue, Greensboro NC 27412, 320 College Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27412 United States
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Based on research conducted by students in Grogan Residential College, the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives will host an exhibit focused on the UNC Greensboro campus in the 1960s. The exhibit will be open Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, beginning on March 15 and running through May 31, with the exception April 19 and May 27, when the University is closed.

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Two Trains Running by August Wilson

March 19 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 7:30pm on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, repeating until March 31, 2019

An event every week that begins at 8:00pm on Friday and Saturday, repeating until March 31, 2019

An event every week that begins at 2:00pm on Sunday, repeating until March 31, 2019

Triad Stage, 232 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401, USA, 2201 Trade St
Greensboro, NC United States

It’s 1969 in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. The city plans big for what they call urban renewal but Memphis Lee’s diner stands in the way. He and his customers fight for survival on the precipice of enormous change. Discover what really matters in this slice of life masterpiece that digs deep into the heart of the American Dream. Runs through March 31. For showtimes and tickets: 336.272.0160 or triadstage.org

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Anima Vox, voice and flute – Faculty and Guest Artist Recital

March 19 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Recital Hall, 100 McIver St
Greensboro, 27412 United States
Anima Vox Duo

Anima Vox is an innovative flute and soprano duo specializing in seamless concert experiences and free improvisation. Flutist Tadeu Coelho and soprano Carole Ott blend their voices in ways that are simultaneously striking and ethereal. Always striving to diversity the chamber music field, the duo's repertoire ranges from Gregorian Chant to free improvisation and everything in between. Recent concert projects include Between Two Worlds, Lullabies for Little Ones, and Burning Bright. Soprano Carole Ott is Associate Director of Choral Activities…

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1968-2018: The Global Sixties: Does Protest Work?

March 21 @ 9:30 am - March 22 @ 11:50 am

1968 was a year that saw world-wide occurrences of protest, rebellion and civil disobedience.   Now, just over 50 years later, we ask, "Does Protest Work?" This two day symposium, presented by the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, explores the tradition of protest movements around the globe and their impact on contemporary social movements. The event is free and open to the public, but if you plan to attend the lunch on Thursday, please RSVP to the organizer, Dr. Susanne…

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“Imagining the Voices in Curry Cottage: Being Pregnant and Unmarried in the Era of ‘Free Love'”

March 21 @ 3:30 pm

On March 21st at 3:30pm, Dr. Heather Adams of the Department of English will be giving a talk titled "Imagining the Voices in Curry Cottage: Being Pregnant and Unmarried in the Era of 'Free Love'."  Read more about the talk here. This talk is  hosted by UNCG Special Collections & University Archives and UNCG English Department and is part of an ongoing exhibit, “Exploring UNCG in the 1960s:  An Exhibit Presented by the Jackson Libraries".  The exhibit opens on March 15 and runs Monday…

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Andy Hudson and Anthony Taylor, clarinets – Faculty Recital

March 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Recital Hall, 100 McIver St
Greensboro, 27412 United States
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Andy Hudson and Anthony Taylor

This performance is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required. VIEW ON CVPA LIVE!DOWNLOAD PROGRAM (PDF)CLARINET STUDIO Performances by clarinetist Andy Hudson have been hailed as “a treat for the listener” and praised for “an uncommon singularity of purpose, technical virtuosity, youthful vigor and a mature sensitivity.” An active performer both nationally and internationally, he has received performance invitations from the World Congress of the International Alliance for Women in Music, the New Music Gathering, the College Music Society…

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The Human Rights Research Network Film Series: Film Title TBA

Description:The UNCG Human Rights Research Network (HRRN) is committed to fostering an interdisciplinary scholarly community for faculty, as well as graduate and undergraduate students, who do human rights-based research, writing, and/or teaching. With the support of various academic departments and other campus partners, HRRN organizes UNCG’s International Human Rights Film Series each year. The free series is open to the entire UNCG and broader Greensboro community, features discussions immediately following each film. HRRN also partners with other departments and organizations…

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Lisa Bielawa, soprano and Present~Continuous

March 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Organ Hall, 100 McIver St
Greensboro, 27412 United States
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Music by Bielawa, Polak, and Sirvent New York Based composer and soprano Lisa Bielawa, accompanied by UNCG’s new music ensemble Present~Continuous. The program will include works by Bielawa, and by UNCG composers Lihuen Sirvent and Suzanne Polak Composer-vocalist Lisa Bielawa is a 2009 Rome Prize winner in Musical Composition and the recipient of the 2017 Music Award from the American Academy of Arts & Letters. Bielawa, vocalist with the Philip Glass Ensemble since 1992- became the inaugural Composer-in-Residence and Chief…

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