The Schools of Art, Dance, Music and Theatre within the College of Visual and Performing Arts are offering several summer experiences–long-time staples and new opportunities–in all disciplines: Art, Dance, Music and Theatre. Appropriate for school-aged children and, in some cases, adults, these experiences connect the College to our surrounding community and the region with developmental […]

In 2012, artist Sherrill Roland received a call from a detective with a warrant for his arrest. Roland was an art student at the time, preparing to begin graduate school at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Roland, who claimed he had not committed any crime, was in utter disbelief. Click on the Huffington Post […]

Jon Smith, Nikki Blair and Pat Wasserboehr supported these students in their efforts to achieve some impressive opportunities during the  spring and summer of 2017. April Miller, NYC Arts Practicum Edwin Bristow, has applied to be Rosemary Fiore’s studio assistant Chelsea Tinklenberg, Digital Stone Project, $1500 stipend from the graduate program and $1500 from Auto Desk […]

The Welcome Committee — Elsewhere Artists Exhibition at Art Truck at First Friday   First Friday, April 7th, 6-9,  in front of Elsewhere Museum, 606 S Elm, Greensboro.  Elsewhere’s Winter Interns are collaborating on a group show with The Art Truck, UNCG Art Department’s mobile art gallery and community outreach agent.

FRIDAY MARCH 17– please join us in person for a once-in-a-lifetime acoustic installation of some of the Triad’s most innovative musicians! Greensboro Project Space  219 West Lewis Street  7:30pm Lovesphere 22 Improvisation Installation and Broadcast-  Free, on WUAG 103.1 FM in Greensboro or streaming here. Musicians ANYWHERE are invited to record themselves accompanying the broadcast […]

The UNCG School of Music Symphony Orchestra and Combined University Choirs, conducted by Dr. Kevin M. Geraldi, performed Giuseppe Verdi’s monumental Messa da Requiem to a capacity audience at UNCG Auditorium on Friday, February 24, 2017. The students of the orchestra and choirs were joined by a quartet of accomplished School of Music alumni soloists: Jill Bowen Gardner (MM ’95), soprano; […]

  Carmen Neely It makes it more so if you say so  February 23 – April 8, 2017 Opening Reception: Thursday, February 23 6 – 8PM New York City – Jane Lombard Gallery is pleased to present It makes it more so if you say so, Carmen Neely’s first solo show in New York. The […]

The College of Visual and Performing Arts at UNCG is very pleased to announce the inaugural Anna Celenza Interdisciplinary Lectures in the Arts. Made possible through the generosity of Dr. Anna H. Celenza, who holds undergraduate degrees in both music and visual arts from UNCG, these lectures are intended to provide the opportunity for students […]

Charles Williams is exhibiting in the following locations: 2016 • “Lost and Found” – Artspace – Raleigh, NC / Dec 2, – Jan 21, 2017 (solo) http://artspacenc.org/ 2017 • “The World Is A Mirror of My Freedom” McColl Center of Art and Innovation – Charlotte, NC / Jan. 26, – March 25, 2017 (group) http://mccollcenter.org/ […]

“Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.” This phrase of Plutarch’s describes one teaching innovation presently underway at UNCG. This fall, art lecturer Amanda Crary approached visiting assistant professor of poetry, Ansel Elkins, about a collaboration between their classes. Elkins found room in her syllabus for Crary’s idea and the work began. […]