MJ Neuberger Visiting Assistant Professor of 3D Foundations

MJ Neuberger Named Visiting Assistant Professor of 3D Foundations

MJ Neuberger is an artist and educator whose creative practice explores decolonial embodiment through sculpture, installation, performance, public engagement, and interactive and image-based works.  Active in the multicultural salon A Gathering of the Tribes in New York, Neuberger solicited work as an editor and founding member of the ...
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UNC Greensboro Brings Piano Virtuoso Lang Lang and Country Music Singer Brandy Clark to Campus

College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce mcclung has announced the roster of artists for the 2024-2025 UNC Greensboro Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS).  UCLS, the longest running concert and lecture series in North Carolina, will present for it's 112th season:  Brandy Clark: A 16-time GRAMMY® nominee ...
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Beth Campbell '24 BA Art History

2024 Commencement Profile: Beth I. Campbell BA – Art: Art History and Liberal Studies

Beth Campbell says if there was just one subject she could study for the rest of her life, it would be Art History. She found a way to do that at UNC Greensboro’s School of Art:  “I’m from New Jersey—came to North Carolina about ten years ago. I ...
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College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce d. mcclung has announced the appointment of Claire Ittner as Assistant Professor of Art History.

Claire Ittner Named as Assistant Professor of Art History

Claire Ittner is a historian of modern and contemporary art in the Americas with particular interest in the art and visual culture of the African Diaspora in the American South and the Caribbean. Her research interests include questions of mobility and migration, patronage networks and theories of artistic ...
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Meet the Meshroom: A Mash-Up of Art, Dance, and Music

“Drop In. Drop Out. Bring a Friend.” That is the tag line for a new event coming to UNC Greensboro in February through a partnership between Duke University Arts and the UNCG School of Dance. Those are also literally the only instructions for the event, according to Caitlyn ...
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Jocelyn Marencik '23 BFA Art

Commencement Profile: Jocelyn Marencik

Jocelyn Marencik  BFA-Studio Art: New Media and Design,  Minor in Computer Science  Hometown: Glen Allen, Virginia  What was it that led you to pursue a life in the arts?   I have had an interest in computing, including both its logical programming side and its creative design side, for ...
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Kasia Ozga, Assistant Professor of Sculpture

Kasia Ozga Named Assistant Professor of Sculpture

College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce d. mcclung has announced the appointment of Kasia Ozga as Assistant Professor of Sculpture in CVPA’s School of Art. Kasia Ozga is a Polish French American sculptor and installation artist who reuses, revalues, and reanimates mass-produced materials into singular artworks ...
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UNC Greensboro Brings Jewel, Chris Botti, and Additional Artists to Campus for 111th Season of University Concert and Lecture Series

UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce mcclung has announced the roster of artists for the 2023–2024 University Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS). UCLS, the longest running concert and lecture series in North Carolina, will present Grammy Award-winning jazz trumpeter and composer Chris Botti; Collage, a ...
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Rodgers Dameron, Assistant Professor of Animation

Rodgers Dameron Appointed as Assistant Professor of Animation

CVPA Dean bruce mcclung has appointed Rodgers Dameron as Assistant Professor of Animation. Rodgers Dameron is recognized for his wide-ranging versatility in the creation of animation, visual effects, and graphics exemplified by his diverse host of clients including PBS, National Geographic, Volvo, Fidelity, Red Antler, The Royal Ontario ...
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Quan Gabriel Apollo BA: Studio Art

Quan Apollo shopped around a little bit before determining UNC Greensboro’s School of Art was the right place for him: “I decided on UNCG after going to two other institutions—Methodist University and North Carolina A&T. I was impressed by the number of faculty here after having experienced much ...
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