On Nov. 12-14, UNCG School of Theatre will present “Hear Our Voices: An Inclusive Celebration of New Musical Theatre.” The production is a brand-new song cycle which consists of unpublished music written and composed by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color), disabled, female and LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Transgender, Genderqueer, Queer, Intersexed, Agender, […]
Greensboro Project Space (GPS), the School of Art’s off-campus contemporary art center, has a new home. Previously located on Lewis Street at the far south end of Elm Street, GPS is now located in the heart of downtown Greensboro at E. 111 February One Place and is open to the public with COVID-19 safety policies […]
Quarantine project by Nick Stubblefield ’10 BM – the cover of a tune his parents wrote. Nick says, “It’s neat when music can bring generations together. In this case, it brought my parents together with me. I come from a musical family that wrote a number of songs back in their day. They pitched that […]
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!
Student’s in Assistant Professor Rachel Riley’s New Media and Design class Image Sequencing were asked to create a series of time-based interpretations of a subject by documenting experience, vision, and thought. Students were encouraged to think about Framing by exploring how they present visual elements in an image; Structure by directing the viewer’s response by […]
UNCG Jazz Ensemble II: Portrait of Wellman Braud by Duke Ellington Director/Video Editing: Thomas Heflin REEDS Alto 1 Phil Black Alto 2 Anijuel Harris-Johnson Tenor 1 Ian Boletchek Tenor 2 Brandon Quinn Baritone Mackenzie Short TRUMPETS Josh Krovetz Daron Loftin Parker Thompson Dhasan Boler TROMBONES Elan Mizrahi Justin Hardy Edward Rodriguez RYHTHM Piano and Vocals […]
DCE 651 is a Graduate Choreography class, this semester being taught (for the first time) as Screendance. Associate Professor Robin Gee designed the project to teach students how to follow the prescription of a seminal work and then “remix” the formula to create something new. Normally they would complete this project in groups, with several […]
When Senior Kate Serbinowski had her final recital cancelled due to COVID-19, she decided to make her own arrangement of Bellini’s “La Sonnambula” for Solo Clarinet & Eb Clarinet with Clarinet Quartet accompaniment – and then to record all six parts herself. 💪 Check out her amazing work here, and congratulations on your graduation, Kate! […]
Leah Sobsey’s 387 Alternative Process students’ are hard at work creating artworks remotely. Check out a recent project by BFA student Fil Hernandez. The piece is a lumen print on silver gelatin paper exposed to UV light. Fil created the effect by arranging the 12 prints, and then laying on them for an hour.
2020 MFA Dance Candidate Gabrielle Tull shares her dance thesis online!