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Ailyn Pitt '22 BFA Studio Arts

Ailyn Pitt BFA Studio Arts

Ailyn Pitt believes in the healing power of art both through creating it and by experiencing it. Pitt is the mastermind behind “Art’s Way Out,” a YouTube channel that provides a space for artists to talk about their purpose and their motivation behind the art form they are representing: “When ...
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Emilee Fann '22 BA Arts Administration

Emilee Fann ’22 BA Arts Administration

Emilee Fann saw herself living a life in the arts but wasn’t quite sure what form that would take until she got to UNCG: “I’d heard that UNCG had a great Theatre Education program, so I transferred here and that’s where I started. From that point, it was a matter ...
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Brianca Robinson ’22 BFA – Drama: Design and Technical Production

Brianca Robinson has a style that she is ready to share with the world. While earning a BFA in Drama: Design and Technical Production at UNCG, Robinson focused on costume design: “Creating costumes is a big part of helping an actor create a role. It’s the clothing and those nuances ...
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Behind the Curtain: A Top-to-Bottom Tour of the UNCG Auditorium

Walk into the UNCG Auditorium and you will likely be struck by the beauty of the Art Deco interior—the red-and-gold color scheme and the reconstructed original chandelier. You might enjoy a performance of music or theater or perhaps a lecture by a luminary of the stage or screen. But there ...
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Making Big Community Connections with Tiny Art

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  ...
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Meet Terri McNaughton – Photographer

Tell us about yourself? I’m a photographic artist, organic gardener and habitat steward at Drewids Sanctuary, tree-hugging environmentalist, intersectional feminist, conflicted pacifist, off-the-beaten- path wanderer, and hopeless dreamer. Or, I am an artist who uses photography, design and mixed media as a way to explore and confront personal and global ...
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Meet: Mary Rezin – Sculpture and Ceramics

Hi Mary, tell us about yourself? My name is Mary Rezin, I am 22 years old, and I am a sculptor! I was homeschooled until grade 11, when I started taking classes at Alamance Community College. I came to UNCG wanting to do Graphic Design, but when I applied to ...
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Photo of Kevin Lawson, MFA Theatre: Musical Theatre Directing student on the stage of Taylor Theatre where he will music direct the School of Theatre’s production of Andrew Lippa’s Wild Party opening November 11th. Photo credit: Mike Micchiche.

A Journey of 0.4 Miles in Twenty Years

Kevin Lawson jokes that it took him twenty years to go zero-point-four miles—that’s the distance from the Music Building to Taylor Theatre—from a freshman piano performance major to the School of Theatre’s first MFA student with a concentration in Musical Theatre Directing—with a lot of stops along the way. Lawson ...
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Photo of Bob Hansen, former Associate Dean, College of Arts and Science and Theatre History Professor.

Robert C. Hansen Scholarship Endowment in Theatre Education

Bob Hansen gave 34 years of service to UNC Greensboro. Now in retirement, he continues to give through creating the Robert C. Hansen Scholarship Endowment in Theatre Education: “My time at UNCG was a very satisfying experience. I feel well-rewarded. It’s a delight to see the accomplishments of students and ...
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Viola Professor holding UCLS program with Josh Bell on the Cover

Viola Professor Scott Rawls Talks About His Friendship with Joshua Bell and Previews the Upcoming UCLS Performance

“His playing was something so special.  Really an old soul kind of playing for someone who was so young.  It was no surprise when things took off for him.” That is what UNCG Viola Professor Scott Rawls thought the first time he heard GRAMMY® Award-winning violinist Joshua Bell—who will perform ...
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