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 […]

Dear UNCG family, I am very sad to share that Jon Smith, longtime director of UNCG’s Sculpture Foundry, died this past weekend. Jon taught a variety of sculpture courses at UNCG and oversaw all aspects of the Foundry operations. Jon’s ties to UNCG ran deep; he was a double UNCG alumnus, earning a BFA in […]

College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean bruce d. mcclung has announced the appointment of Ken White to the position of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the College. He has been serving as Interim Associate Dean since July 2019. White joined the theatre faculty of UNC Greensboro in 2013, teaching courses in lighting design, […]

We hope that you can come see us soon, but in the meantime please enjoy this Virtual Visit to the School of Art. Music by Ryan Andersen, licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/legalcode)

Maya Simmons is graduating with a double major — a BA in Art History and in African American and African Diaspora Studies — and she knows just how she plans to use both of them: “I have loved art from a very young age. As I started researching art historians and curators, I realized that […]