Star of the stage and screen, Tony Award-winner and seven-time nominee Kelli O’Hara visited UNC Greensboro last week to give a concert at UNCG Auditorium, and she also held a moderated Q&A with students and faculty members. Professor of Voice Robert Wells and Assistant Professor of Theater Mya Brown moderated the Q&A. Photography by Mike […]
In 2019, it was the first show to be announced for Greensboro’s new premier concert hall, the Tanger Center. And now, two years from when tickets first went on sale, the much-anticipated production will soon arrive: Greensboro Opera’s “Porgy and Bess.” On the morning of January 3rd, the performers and directors – including many who […]
If you’re looking for gift ideas, UNC Greensboro has plenty to offer, from tickets to fantastic events at UNCG and on downtown stages to poetry, memoir, works of fiction, and historical studies, as well as new albums by faculty and alumni. “How to Survive a Human Attack: A Guide for Werewolves, Mummies, Cyborgs, Ghosts, Nuclear […]
An MFA student’s work “By Fire” examines how the body can operate “as a vessel of transformation. Billy Hawkains III began the work by conducting historical research on the roots of physical movement as part of Black worship. Read more at UNCG Research Magazine.
One Saturday in mid-November middle and high school girls came to UNC Greensboro’s campus for a unique all-day learning opportunity in music: North Carolina Jazz Girls Day. The day, part of the She Can, We Can event series, was a combination of workshops, discussions, and rehearsals, with a culminating evening performance by the mentors, accomplished […]
Last year, the College of Visual and Performing Arts launched a collaboration with the Industries of the Blind on Gate City Blvd. to design and install a unique and accessible public art display. Read more in the UNCG Research Magazine.
It’s that time of year – when Halloween-revelers consider their costumes, pulling in whatever resources they can find to create a character for an evening and have some fun. But at UNC Greensboro, there are many students and a team of faculty members on campus who consider costumes every day of the year. With many […]
A university needs an art museum. But what does an art museum need? A strong community of art-interested people to enjoy it, including students. CoWAM, an interdisciplinary student group based at the Weatherspoon Art Museum, is designing programming that encourages UNCG students to strengthen and enhance their contributions to the arts, particularly through interactions with […]
The Broadway show comes to Greensboro’s Tanger Center soon. UNCG faculty member and alumnus Dominick Amendum spent 12 years working on the production, including for the first national tour. He shares his thoughts about the show and about the historic occasion for the Greensboro arts scene. Read more at UNCG Magazine.
Introductory copy drawn from Weatherspoon Art Museum website. Early in the twentieth century, during Japan’s rapid Westernization and industrialization, a desire to revive the great Japanese tradition of woodblock prints (known as ukiyo-e) in the context of Japan’s dynamic, modern life gave rise to an art movement known as shin hanga, or the “new print.” […]