Created by the School of Art at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro Project Space (GPS) is an off-campus contemporary art center in Downtown Greensboro that acts as a bridge between students and faculty in the School of Art, and the Greensboro community. Half of our programs are by School of Art students and faculty, and half are split between a diverse range of communities and artists off-campus, and on-campus.
UNCG Art Truck is a mobile art gallery, interactive & educational art space created and operated by UNCG’s School of Art.
Greensboro Dance Film Festival is a boutique dance film festival that seeks to connect diverse communities through the innovative genre of dance on screen.
A presentation forum on the arts with a panel of curated guest artists and scholars sharing their talent in an enriching evening of community, networking, and socially relevant discussion. Produced by UNCG School of Dance Professor Duane Cyrus.
The Foster Care Chronicles project creates a biennial production crafted from the stories of the performers’ real experiences in Foster Care. A collaboration between UNCG Department of Social Work and UNCG School of Theatre.
Students enrolled in Professor Leah Sobsey’s Photographic Installation courses invite community members in this ongoing project to respond to two prompts: A time when they felt free, and a time when they felt their freedom taken away. The students interview participants, photograph them, then print their responses and black and white portraits on lawn signs that are installed in public spaces.
Focusing on object as agent of faith, the Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum will house, in both a central and decentralized model, household/ everyday objects that facilitate contemporary Jewish practice and faith in its varied forms. A collaboration between UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts and the UNCG Jewish Studies Program.
The City Billboard is a collaboration between UNCG’s Greensboro Project Space and The Forge. The City Billboard provides local artists, international artists, and community members a megaphone into the city of Greensboro. Highly visible on the corner of Eugene Street/Gate City Boulevard intersection, 36,000 daily commuters are greeted with a curated rotation of surprisingly uplifting, humorous and thought-provoking texts.
A series of programs and events highlighting the work of socially engaged artists, activists, students, scholars, community members, as well as organizations working within the area. Presented by UNCG’s Interdisciplinary Art and Social Practice Minor, Duke University, and UNC Chapell Hill.