DCE 651 is a Graduate Choreography class, this semester being taught (for the first time) as Screendance. Associate Professor Robin Gee designed the project to teach students how to follow the prescription of a seminal work and then “remix” the formula to create something new. Normally they would complete this project in groups, with several […]
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, […]
Want to learn more about web design? Dig deeper into the roots of rock and roll? Appreciate the finer points of dance? Now’s your chance! In March, UNCG and the UNC System announced that all campuses would deliver Summer 2020 classes online only, to support the public health mandates for social distancing and the challenges […]
Duane Cyrus is a Professor in CVPA’s School of Dance. Cyrus teaches studio-based courses — repertory, choreography, and technique — and he says those are challenging courses to teach online: “The Performing Arts are all about human interaction. They involve bodies moving together in the same space.” Cyrus says that although there is no substitute […]
Makayla Ferrick’s MFA Dance Thesis was featured on Spectrum News Channel
Due to COVID-19, School of Dance MFA student Makayla Ferrick had to cancel the public viewing of her thesis performance. Luckily, this didn’t slow her down! Makayla released the performance virtually to joy of her fellow students, faculty, and fans. We are all blown away by what she and her dancers accomplished. Congratulations Makayla!
A dance created by Duane Cyrus’ School of Dance Choreography I students using “safe”–at-distance greeting gestures. Recorded March 11th, the students last meeting before classes were suspended!
UNCG has been closely monitoring the complex and rapidly evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are in close contact with local, state, and federal agencies as well as health officials and other universities to ensure we are making consistent, fact-based decisions about our activities and our operations. As a result of these decisions, the School of […]
UNCG has been closely monitoring the complex and rapidly evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are in close contact with local, state, and federal agencies as well as health officials and other universities to ensure we are making consistent, fact-based decisions about our activities and our operations. Of course, we hope to see you at the […]