By Sayaka Matsuoka –August 8, 2019, Triad City Beat   It’s like walking into a library. Each piece, each garment, each stitch tells a different story, reflects a different era. Each has a different author and purpose. Twenty-thousand outfits fill the UNCG costume warehouse, taking over the front room of what used to be Addam’s […]

The North Carolina Museum of Art will be opening an exhibition of contemporary painting by two Art School Alumni; Ashlynn Browning and Carmen Neely as well as faculty member Barbara Campbell Thomas. The exhibition will open March 7, 2020 and run through June 21, 2020 in the Joyce W. Pope Gallery. Front Burner: Highlights in […]

Elizabeth Keathley

Dr. Elizabeth Keathley, Associate Professor, Historical Musicology and Women’s & Gender Studies and Director of Graduate Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, has a new book. Schoenberg’s Correspondence with Alma Mahler documents a modern music friendship beginning in fin-de-siécle Vienna and ending in 1950s Los Angeles. The correspondence is edited and translated by Keathley and Marilyn L. […]

SHERRILL ROLAND has been awarded the Center for Documentary Studies’ 2018-19 Post-MFA Fellowship in the Documentary Arts. He will be in residence at the Center for Documentary Studies for 10 months. He is the founder of the acclaimed Jumpsuit Project, intended to raise awareness around issues related to incarceration. Rolland created the Jumpsuit Project after […]

Connie McKoy and Andrew Willis

The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that Dr. Constance McKoy and Dr. Andrew Willis have been appointed Marion Stedman Covington Distinguished Professors in Music for a five-year term, effective Fall 2019. Dr. Connie McKoy is Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the UNCG School of Music, where she teaches undergraduate and […]

Teri Bickham

The UNCG School of Music is pleased to announce that soprano Theresa Bickham has been appointed to the faculty as Assistant Professor of Voice effective Fall 2019. Bickham has been praised for her “fine piano nuances” and “expressive legato line.” She made her European debut in 2007 singing scenes from La Traviata under the direction of Maestro […]

By UNC Greensboro School of Theatre Student Lexie Simerly On April 14, 2019 a group of current and former UNCG theatre students traveled up to Staunton, VA, with Associate Professor, John Gulley, to the American Shakespeare Center. They participated in a workshop and saw a production of Henry IV, Part 1.   The students who participated […]