Congratulations to Professor Kevin Vanek’s Foundry students on winning the crowd over with their Cupola Furnace at the National Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art and Practices. Undergraduate students and recent alumni in the School of Art foundry arts classes traveled to Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL to participate in the National Conference on Contemporary […]

IASP BMC group photo

In the spring of 2023, students and faculty from the Interdisciplinary Art and Social Practice program at UNCG embarked on a research trip to Asheville, North Carolina, to explore and learn about the history and influence of Black Mountain College (1930-50s). This trip was generously funded by the Victoria and Ron Milstein Fund for Interdisciplinary Art […]

The School of Art is again offering its Summer Arts and Design Intensive. This is the Intensive’s 10th year, which includes drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography, graphic design, and animation. The Intensive is a week-long residential program and is accepting up to 100 students in grades 8–12.  Get more information and apply here.  The School […]

We asked CVPA Faculty to tell us how or when they fell in love with the arts. What was that pivotal moment when they just knew they had to be an artist, arts educator or administrator, designer, scholar, or performer? Here are some excerpts from their responses. If you’d like to share your story of […]

Tell us about yourself? I am 21 and a recent graduate from UNCG Major in New Media and Design I am from a Taiwanese family and born in Michigan I have a dog named Akali, a conure named Floofy, and a parakeet named Shiro. Hobbies and interests include drawing, painting, making props, fashion, photography, dance, […]

Image of artwork at the GPS mini-museum

The College of Visual and Performing Arts’ (CVPA) contemporary art gallery Greensboro Project Space (GPS) has partnered with Peacehaven Community Farm to create a mini-museum featuring a continuous, free, tiny art exchange between GPS, the UNCG community, Peacehaven, and the local Greensboro community. The mini-museum opened with an installation and  showing on November 2nd at […]