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panish dance company Compañía Nacional de Danza will perform at Memorial Hall this weekend to honor composer Bach.

Compania Nacional de Danza brings Spanish themes to Carolina Performing Arts

Spain’s national contemporary dance company Compañía Nacional de Danza will perform its tribute to the classical composer Johann Sebastian Bach at UNC this weekend.The performances, titled “Multiplicity” and “Forms of Silence and Emptiness,” draw from Bach’s masterpiece “The Art of Fugue” as a source of inspiration. Nacho Duato’s choreography blends themes of death and isolation with heavy, dramatic modern ballet.


Sophomore Daisa Robinson reflects on the impact of the Tunnel of Oppression in Cobb Residence Hall. DTH/ /Helen Woolard

RHA hosts Tunnel of Oppression, teaches understanding

A beggar held out a cup and tried to collect money from a group of young people, pleading for a few pieces of change and a meal for him and his girlfriend.The group was told to keep walking into Cobb Residence Hall, as part of the Tunnel of Oppression Project.The project, a multimedia experience hosted by the Residence Hall Association, the National Residence Hall Honorary and others, sheds light on the struggles of people dealing with oppression.


Lisa Garland, a senior sociology major, sets up her  display at the “We H(art) UNC” exhibition in Wilson Library. DTH/Daixi Xu

Student art featured at senior class exhibit

Senior marshals invited their classmates into Wilson Library after hours on Thursday night for a look at UNC students’ art.Gregory Halloran, a freshman, was one of several student artists included in the show, called “We H(art) UNC.”Halloran said he was pleased that he could finally exhibit his work to a different crowd.


Dance club brings together local folk

ATTEND THE PERFORMANCE Time: 1 p.m. Saturday Location: Student Union, Great Hall Info: www.bit.ly/folkreunionUsing styles from Europe, Africa, South America and the Middle East, one Chapel Hill dance group has been putting together routines for 45 years.


Grad students to display artwork, take questions at UNC Art Lab

Master in Fine Arts students are opening their studios up to the public tonight in the UNC Art Lab, offering free food and a chance to see their upcoming works.The art lab, which is located just off Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, will feature art from six current M.F.A. students from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.