Much of the museum’s collection has been digitized and made available in an online catalog. Visitors can browse through featured selections from the collection and use keywords to search for their favorite works.
“Even after the virus and the epidemic passes us and everyone's reopened again, I still want to continue with these interviews,” Bakova Gallery owner Nick Baldridge said. “I hope people take away the entertainment value of it and the cultural relevance of it all.”
“Retweeting, engaging with content on social media platforms, commenting — all of that can provide a supportive and uplifting experience for everybody, whether you're the one enjoying the performance or the one participating in it.”
Along with many other movie theaters, the Varsity Theatre is temporarily closing due to COVID-19. Many big films have also begun to push back their release dates, in efforts to decrease the spread of the virus.
Davis, a senior at UNC, plays the role of a full-time college student while also creating and performing music of his own, with singles like “Sqhool Daze,” “Life of the Party,” and most recently, “College L.U.V.”
Short story dispensers around campus are giving students a voice and a chance to be published. More than 75,000 stories have been printed from the machines, sponsored by Arts Everywhere, since April 2019.
The Object-Based Teaching Fellowship at the Ackland Art Museum allows graduate students to explore the interdisciplinary potential of, and teach others to appreciate, all that the study of art has to offer.
Shirel Horovitz shares how her local workshops at the Charlotte & Dick Levin Jewish Community Center will provide local traffic routes to create her next exhibit. The exhibit will open on Feb. 21, and will display her artistic interpretation of the streets of Durham.
Two new exhibitions coming to Ackland will display the evolution of Yayoi Kusama — one of Japan's most popular contemporary artists — throughout 50 years of her career, and “Toriawase,” an immersive and intimate portrayal of modern Japanese art.
UCLA musicology professor Nina Eidsheim will be discussing the work of musician Wadada Leo Smith and his "musical-philosophical language" on Jan. 24 in Person Hall.
There are eight short stories dispensers across campus like this one in the Student Union. The short story dispensers feature the work of UNC students and local authors.