The North Carolina Botanical Garden will host a screening of "A Plastic Ocean," a documentary about the harmful impact of plastics on the Earth, at the Forest Theatre on Thursday.
The Retro Film Series brings classic films, 20 years or older, back to the big screen in a double feature screening every Friday night. Jim Carl, the theatre's director of film programming, said they show movies from multiple genres, such as horror, sci-fi, action, adventure, comedy and foreign films.
The panel will feature alum from Fashion Mag, a student organization focused on fashion merchandising and business administration. The panel will be held on Saturday.
Arts and athletics meet head-to-head in Kenan Theatre Company’s production of “The Wolves” from April 12-16.
Campus is alive with the sound of pianos, and that can only mean one thing — Arts Everywhere Day is Friday. Staff writer Elsa Mark went around campus asking people “What do you think about Arts Everywhere?”
Jerry Gershenhorn teaches history at North Carolina Central University and recently wrote "Louis Austin and the Carolina Times: A Life in the Long Black Freedom Struggle." He will discuss the book at Flyleaf Books Thursday at 7 p.m. Staff writer Elsa Mark talked with Gershenhorn about his latest work.
Contrary to popular belief, STEM and musical arts can go hand-in-hand. These two worlds collide at the event, "Thinking Outside the Box: Why Technology Matters in Hip Hop," a discussion panel hosted by Playground Studios that reveals the role of technology has a place in the hip-hop industry.
Remember all those oldies-but-goodies your parents made you watch growing up? Well, they’re back in a big way with the FantasticRealm Film Series.
After a completely sold-out viewing of two anime films several years ago, Jim Carl of the Carolina Theatre of Durham realized that a niche community existed in the area. Now, he is getting ready for the second annual Anime-Magic Film Series.