Youth: The North Carolina Theatre Arts Educators (NCTAE), in collaboration with the School of Theatre at the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG), North Carolina Educational Theatre Association (NC Thespians), and Triad plan to increase and foster playwriting in North Carolina public schools through an annual playwriting competition and festival. The festival is produced by the theatre education students and staff in the School of Theatre and provides several young playwrights the opportunity to see their play come to life through a staged reading performance.
Youth – Adult: Virtual Voice Day is your opportunity to meet the voice faculty and students at UNC Greensboro. Your registration will give you access to resources related to auditioning virtually, Music Education and Music Performance at UNCG, Choir and Opera at UNCG, Frequently Asked Question Unlocked, and performances by our students and faculty.
Youth: Triad area students are invited to join UNCG’s exciting dance community. Young dance artists ages 3-16 will take dance classes focusing on dance technique, improvisation, choreography, and performance. Dancers Connect unites interested students with expert dance educators to support collaboration and creativity.
Young Adult: Advanced high school artists are invited to participate in encouraging, diverse, and groundbreaking arts experiences at the UNCG Summer Arts and Design Intensive. During this week, the art faculty and art education staff in School of Art, Department of Interior Architecture, and Weatherspoon Art Museum work together closely with students to provide an artistic and productive environment as they explore and experiment with new media, concepts, materials, and art techniques.
Youth: Since 1962, UNCG’s North Carolina Theatre for Young People has performed live theatre for more than two million children in Greensboro, Guilford County, across the state, and throughout the region. Building on our excellent reputation for artistic and educational programming, we offer our audiences plays drawn from contemporary literature, classics, and original works. NCTYP offers outreach programs and touring productions bringing our expertise in theatre education and drama-in-education to area educators and community members.
Youth – Adult: Private lessons for all ages taught by UNCG School of Music students. This is also an opportunity for our undergraduate and graduate student population to gain valuable one-on-one teaching experience during their time at UNCG. Participating in private lessons will allow more Greensboro community members to experience the joy and accomplishment of gaining artistic and technical skills in music.
Young Adult – Adult: This intensive is open to rising high school juniors and seniors as well as college-aged and professional dancers. The Intensive offers students the opportunity to explore new and current techniques in the field of Contemporary Dance training and repertory, with choreographer.
Young Adult: Join the UNCG School of Dance for High School Dance Day! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Youth – Young Adult: The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is pleased to again announce plans for Summer Music Camp, the largest university music camp in America! This summer UNCG’s Summer Music Camp will offer two one-week camps, serving over 2,040 musicians, with programs in band, mixed chorus, orchestra, and piano.
Youth – Adult: Are you and your family interested in the UNC Greensboro School of Theatre? Would you like to see a show at the Taylor Theatre and learn more about what the UNC Greensboro School of Theatre has to offer prospective students? If so, visit our website to learn more!
Youth – Adult: Conceived by Dr. Christine Woodworth, former UNCG Theatre faculty member, “Frame/Works” is a program designed to draw connections between scholarly examination and artistic practice.
Youth: The mission of the Lillian Rauch Beginning Strings Program is to increase access to string instruction for underserved students.
Youth – Young Adult: The mission of the UNCG Peck Alumni Leadership Program is to provide private string instruction to underserved students and to promote leadership and service. The program is designed to increase access to string instruction and to empower students as agents of change in their community.
Young Adults: A day of creativity and exploration of the visual arts to inspire High School art students who are considering a future in the visual arts. Including interactive tours of our state-of-the-art studio facilities, workshops with faculty and students, and tours of the the Weatherspoon Art Museum and Gatewood Gallery. 2020 dates TBD.
Youth: The UNCG Opera Theatre holds as a guiding principle that the cultural education of young children is of utmost importance to the development of their full potential. To this end, many activities throughout each year are dedicated to providing school children with the experience of a high quality operatic performance. The reach of the UNCG Opera Outreach program is extremely vast, allowing over 18,000 children in Guilford County to experience opera in person each year.
Youth – Adult: High School Keyboard Day gives students an opportunity to grow as musicians, learning from faculty and fellow participants, and also to get a taste of life on a college campus.
Youth – Adult: Workshops with nationally renowned dancers and dance educators programmed by UNCG’s School of Dance.
Youth – Adult: This is a really great event to come learn reed-making and adjusting, play some great double-reed chamber music and get to work with some AMAZING Guest Artists and Faculty members on the UNCG campus!
Youth – Adult: A spectacular day of trombone performances, clinics, and playing in trombone choirs for players of all ages.
Young Adult – Adult: Clarinetists coming together for the day to see guest artists, attend classes about the NC All-District and All-State audition process, clarinet ensemble, clarinet vendors, and more.
Youth: Greensboro Project Space is the School of Art at UNCG’s off-campus contemporary art center located in Downtown Greensboro. The GPS Summer Camp focuses on visual art through dynamic cross disciplinary programing that involves music, theatre, dance, writing, science and technology through the lense of art. Guest artists and faculty come to share their expertise through in-depth exploration of various art practices. The curriculum allows students to dive into a medium while thinking critically about the work that they produce. The camp curriculum was designed by UNCG MFA students through their assistant-ship at GPS.
Youth – Adult: Flute workshops, masterclasses, exhibits, and more! Brought to you by the UNCG Flute Studio.
Young Adult: The Annual Southeast Honors String Festival hosted at UNCG is an intensive three-day festival for students in grades 9-12, as well as middle and high school orchestra directors.