Downtown Greensboro looks a lot different this month. Vibrantly painted storefronts, challenging quotes from authors and musicians, and art that refers to love, justice, peace, grief, support, and hope. Several Spartan students, alumni, and faculty are among the many on Elm Street proving the power of art. Read the full article here: https://news.uncg.edu/spartan-artists-say-their-names/

An important aspect for the College of Visual and Performing Arts is its community engagement, and the School of Music Private Lessons Program is one of the foundations of that effort. The lessons are available for all ages and allow community members to experience the joy and accomplishment of gaining artistic and technical skills in […]

The ‘Yes, And Cafe Podcast‘ with UNCG faculty Omar Ali and Nadja Cech, recently featured Professor of  Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program, Steve Haines. Steve talks about improvising as a performer, a dad, and as champion of UNC Greensboro’s 2020 theme, “She can, We can.” Check out Episode 2: Improvisation in Jazz and Everything Else 

School of Art MFA Student Grace Clark creates a social distance artist residency program called ‘Shelter.’ “Through Shelter, I aim to provide a way to help each other stay propelled, purposeful, and productive whether that looks like a creation of products or an introspective turn inward to focus on these complex feelings. If what you […]

It’s a residence hall unlike any other. A hallway of practice rooms. A computer lab for music composition and design. A dance studio and visual art studio. And hundreds of student artists creating and collaborating. UNC Greensboro’s Cone Residence Hall is home to Studio 91, a new living community for students who share a common passion […]

The Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum, the only Jewish museum of its kind in North Carolina, is a Jewish museum created in collaboration with faculty and students in the Jewish Studies program and College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of North Carolina Greensboro and the greater Greensboro Jewish public. Focusing on object as […]