If you've been looking for a place on campus to unleash your creativity and make art, the Morrison Art Studio is opening next week.
The North Carolina Botanical Garden brings sculpture lovers a new treat with their interactional exhibit of art and nature.
Balancing the sewing machine with the books: many students, like Sam Reckford, take on a full-time graduate load and still manage to work full-time: after all, somebody has to hand-make the costumes.
This artist is gearing up for a multidimensional exhibit exploring Lumbee Native American identities next week.
Taste Carolina allow you to eat at five or six restaurants over three hours while soaking in history.
Come check out the Plasticon festival this Saturday, April 21 at the CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio to learn about how the arts and the sciences can work together.
Dan Kois, former Daily Tar Heel staff member and writer and editor for Slate, is coming to Flyleaf Books on April 15 to discuss his new book, "The World Only Spins Forward: The Ascent of Angels in America." It follows the stories of actors, writers and theater lovers as they share their experiences of Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America." Staff writer Krupa Kaneria talked to Kois about his journey co-writing the book, the inspirations behind the book and some of the difficulties in producing the work.
“We are trying to bridge the gap between Africans and African-Americans here at UNC,” said Delali Lougou, co-president of the Organization for African Students' Interests and Solidarity. Celebrate African culture at this year’s Africa Night, hosted by OASIS, on Saturday in Hill Hall.
From Feb. 9 to 25, the Raleigh Little Theatre is performing the musical "Little Shop of Horrors." Staff writer Krupa Kaneria interviewed Patrick Torres, the artistic director of Raleigh Little Theatre and director of "Little Shop of Horrors," about the upcoming production.
"Sisterly: A Memory Play," written by UNC-Chapel Hill student Alexandra LaGrand, is being performed by The LAB! Theatre from Feb. 3-5. Staff writer Krupa Kaneria interviewed Samantha Yancey, a producer of the show, about her thoughts and inspiration about the play.