Pollen, blooming petals and the sound of birds chirping are a few of the first things that welcome the coming of spring.Read More
Master of Fine Arts student Michael Bramwell’s exhibit in the John and June Alcott Gallery in Hanes Art Center features an art project that he said began 40 years ago.Read More
Throughout the spring semester, Canvas will profile a student from every artistic academic program at UNC each week — from dramatic art to creative writing to photojournalism.
In the fourth installment of the series, staff writer Rupali Srivastava profiled sophomore communications studies major Kelly Swanson.
After trading in her philosophy textbooks for camera equipment, sophomore Kelly Swanson found a way to incorporate what she loves — film, production and literature — into her studies at UNC.
The communication studies major has a focus in digital media and production and has minors in global cinema and writing for the screen and stage, in an effort to combine technology, film theory and comparative literature.Read More
Musical works written by Rachmaninoff have been performed countless times by symphonies all around the world and tonight, the UNC Symphony Orchestra will tackle one of his famous pieces at their Scholarship Benefit Concert.Read More
Looking to learn more about North Carolina and the southern experience? Every week, Tales from the Old North State will feature events in and around the area that highlight the history and culture of N.C.Read More
Timberlake Wertenbaker’s 1988 metadrama about a British officer’s attempt to stage a play in an Australian penal colony is packed with story lines.Read More
LAB!'s "COCK"Read More
Some say that jazz is like a conversation. You don’t know where the conversation will end, but the back and forth creates a beautiful melody.Read More
The unmistakable rhythm of jazz is erupting through Chapel Hill in a striking combination of students and professionals.Read More