“KATS: The Meerkat Musical” and “Indiana Bones and the Kingdom of the Camarasaur” are examples of presentations at Greensboro’s Science Center, where actors educate and entertain a vital audience: children. Michelle Mason ’18 contributes to our community by using her acting skills to connect with kids. UNCG’s School of Theatre has long valued young audiences. […]

CARMEN NEELY Carmen Neely’s work—a combination of painting and found objects—is imbued with deep intention and awareness of her identity as a young black woman making art in the twenty-first century. “The mark”, revered and mythologized as the purest form of artistic intention in the art historical canon, becomes an act of subtle subversion in […]

Kyle T. Webster’s name is synonymous with digital painting.  This bold statement was true even before he joined the Adobe team in 2017 and released his custom brushes to every licensed user of Adobe Creative Cloud.  The drop down menu of brushes in adobe applications now include his simulated media based brushes ( oh and […]

Alumni from all arts disciplines and class years attended a CVPA lunch for reminiscing and networking with large servings of laughter and great Italian food.   The gathering was held at Trattoria Dell ‘Arte on October.  It is one of two annual arts alumni reunions in NYC-  the next one will be following the Theatre Industry […]

The College of Visual and Performing Arts and the School of Dance are proud to announce their selection for the 2018 Distinguished Alumna in Dance: Tiffany Rhynard. Tiffany Rhynard is an artist, dancer, and filmmaker compelled to make work that examines the complexity of human behavior and addresses current social issues. Having created numerous works for […]

Beth Leavel MFA ’80 (School of Theatre) Beth Leavel MFA ’80 (School of Theatre) returned to campus for a multi-day colloquium for theatre students. Leavel, 2006 Tony winner, heads back to Broadway this fall for the opening of  The Prom. Photo:  Leavel high-fiving School of Theatre Director John Poole.  credit Scott Hoffman/News & Record Suzanne […]

Believe in the G logo

Believe in the G is UNCG’s day of giving. It occurs in February of every year and spans a 48-hour period. Over the course of these two days, UNCG seniors, alumni, faculty, staff, parents and friends are encouraged to support the area of UNCG they care about most with a gift of any size. The […]

Alumni Award recipients holding awards

This month, the College of Visual and Performing Arts awarded its highest honor to five alumni who exemplify excellence in their fields, recognizing them for their achievements in artistry and education. Carla Gannis ’92 (Art); Doug Risner ’88, MFA ’90, PhD ’01 (Dance); David Kish MM ’02, DMA ’03; Connie McKoy ’89, PhD ’98 (Music) […]