Greensboro Dance Film Festival is a boutique dance film festival seeking to connect diverse populations and environments through the innovative genre of dance on screen. Merging performance and cinematic aesthetics, Screen Dance has expanded the possibilities of choreographic composition and structure by pushing the boundaries of dance beyond its staged possibilities. The festival, situated in […]

Join School of Art Director Chris Cassidy, Arts Administration Director Hannah Grannemann and current students on Tuesday, January 26 at 7:00 PM to learn all about our undergraduate experience and opportunities.

Printed Matter by Topher Alexander On view October 19th – 31st Topher Alexander is a print media artist from Wilmington, North Carolina. He recently received his MFA from the University of North Carolina Greensboro in 2020. His work grows from traditional printmaking techniques and has evolved into reconstructed print materials: junk mail, magazines, books. Through […]

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As part of  UNCG Homecoming 2020 The Art Truck invites you to the Virtual Exhibition and Live Workshop of The Lived Space Through the building process of a tiny house on wheels, Makayla Ferrick and Genna Stott will be observing and creating a work that encapsulates the manifestations of the lived space.  They will also hold a participatory […]

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View From the Window Responses to Daily Life and Routine during the Pandemic When: October 15-22, 2020 Where: Virtual exhibition –The Art Truck  Link: Featuring the work of students from Wake Tech and UNCG Jacob Council, Jangmi Choi, Rachael Hansen, Breonna Harris, Neel Jathan, Myaria Laster, Caitie Nagy, Finch Taylor, and Vinny Verburg.

Gatewood Art Gallery October 11 – 30, 2020 Artist Lecture: October 15 at 7:00pm In my practice, I create situations in which I communicate and connect with others as a means to better understand myself. In this way, my practice is a seamless extension of my life. Founded on generosity, collaboration, and honoring difference, my […]

October 11 – 17, 2020 This is the first solo exhibition by artist Sam Machia, made possible by the 2018-2019 UNCG Artistic Merit Award. “abacus, myth” is an artist’s record of exploration of the iterative nature of personal narrative: the patterns, habits, and structures we use to reaffirm who we are, and who others are, […]