A post-service celebration program on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Unity Center of Peace aims to "show more of an awareness of African-Americans and make our presence more visible... so more people in the community realize just how welcoming Unity is.”
The new exhibit at the FRANK Gallery features the work of local artists and their unique depictions of nature.
The Triangle Comics Creator Network will be hosting a Comics Creator Hangout on Dec. 4. The hangout is meant to engage creators in networking and let them showcase their work.
A new take on "Swan Lake" is coming to Chapel Hill, rooted in folklore, the modern world and Irish influences.
“I think the idea of being on a team where you can share the load and make something bigger as a group, rather than doing five minutes by yourself, and refining that by bouncing ideas or material off each other, is really attractive to me,” Lewis said.
Durham County is hosting a pottery tour on Nov. 9 to Nov. 10 to celebrate local art and educate people on the Durham pottery scene and what goes into being a professional potter.
Dead Souls Gothic Lounge is coming to Chapel Hill on Nov. 1 to create an inclusive community for those interested in goth culture.
“It's one of those things where you have access to a lot of different genres of music and talent and people. We have the ability to showcase those and the community embraces it."
Sloan Art Library is hosting a Wiki editing workshop to bolster information on underrepresented groups on Wikipedia, like women and artists of color.