In partnership with Chapel Hill’s FRANK Gallery, Canvas will take a behind-the-scenes look at artists from various disciplines over the spring semester.
In this second installment of the series, staff writer Nat Zhai met with artist Carroll Lassiter to discuss the life, loves, career and craft of a painter and sketch artist.Read More
PRC's official opening of "An Enemy of the People" elicited laughs, gasps and...Read More
PlayMakers Repertory Company’s performance of An Enemy of the People will not only cause audience members to question themselves, but also questi...Read More
Films can reveal a surprising amount about cultural and social trends, many of which will be discussed tonight at Flyleaf Books' 2015 Oscars Preview...Read More
For many, movies can be a distraction. But film can offer more than mere entertainment value. Movies can challenge a viewer’s assumptions and morals, provoke criti...Read More
On any given Monday morning students can be found studying, rushing to class or swiping into Lenoir Dining Hall.
However, Junior Abigail Armstrong can...Read More
In partnership with Chapel Hill’s FRANK Gallery, Canvas will take a behind the scenes look at artists from various disciplines over the spring semester.
In this first installment of the series, staff writer Sarah McQuillan met with artist Susan Filley to discuss the life, loves, career and craft of a ceramics specialist...Read More
Dystopian sea-dwellers are taking over Carrboro tonight.
Internationalist Books and Community Center will host MERMUTANTS!, a collaborative multimedia performance that features original live music, storytelling and most unique of all...Read More
UNC’s Center for the Study of American South (CSAS) is hosting an art exhibit this spring titled “Sacred Spaces: A Look Inside the Home of Harlem Renaissance Poet Anne Spencer,” which centers on...Read More
From shows created by UNC students to full scale Broadway style musicals, Chapel Hill’s theater companies are ushering in the spring season with an assortment of...