Beijing is moving away from its traditional roots, and local artist Barbara Tyroler is using non-traditional methods to illustrate this shift.
Award-winning South African playwright Athol Fugard’s visit to UNC this week marks the end of an era. He will be the last guest of the 20-year-old Morgan Writer-in-Residence Program that recently lost its funding.
In his upcoming film, Mike Wiley plays all of the roles. Wiley, a UNC graduate, will screen his original film “Dar He: The Lynching of Emmett Till” Monday in Raleigh before its Friday premiere in Los Angeles.
Seeing translation as an artwork in process.
The two bands will play at Cat’s Cradle to celebrate the release of Kairaba’s debut album.
Music on the Porch kicks off 2012 with three artists celebrating the culture of the South.
Local storytelling group The Monti will find humor in stories tomorrow night as part of the CUAB Comedy Festival.
Chapel Hill artist Vieni Pawloski has a new exhibit at the Horace Williams House.
Artist Nancy Cook’s collection of textile art, “Seed Play,” is part of an emerging artistic field that focuses on the architecture of tree seeds and the cycle of life.