Student Government is beginning a push to break down the barriers between the student body and the arts community.
Carolina Creative Arts — a week-long celebration co-sponsored by student government’s arts advocacy committee and the Carolina Union Activities Board — will kick off with a screening of “Entourage” star Adrian Grenier’s documentary film, “Teenage Paparazzo.”
The series of events will highlight a wide variety of artistic mediums. Campus arts groups and Hollywood artists alike will host various workshops to showcase their art forms.
“We want to show students how you can bring these different mediums together and make something new,” said Ian Lee, student body secretary.
“Innovation is more than just creativity, and we want to show students that art can have an impact on campus, and they can be a part of it.”