“I decided that my tragedy was going to become my strength and my pillar that I was going to move forward from.”
UNC alumna Kelly Popoff brings an art exhibition to campus that chronicles both personal and national histories and seeks to spark internal conversation to patrons.
“It took me a while to joke about it because it was so traumatic,” Will Purpura said. “Eventually, I was able to let go and move forward and I was able to incorporate that into art.”
Two festivals are partnering to help the public experience Latin American culture through film.
Students rave about UNC's advanced darkroom photography class and its professor Gesche Würfel. The class has two prerequisites but is open to all majors.
The FRANK Community Gallery will host an exhibition in October with art from professional artists and their Duke and UNC students. The goal is to allow students to share their art with the community.
Local and out-of-state artists will come together for Paint it Orange, an event that allows them to paint the beautiful landscapes of Orange County.
Sophie Payne, a sophomore English major at UNC, holds a lithofilm negative which she will use to get higher contrast in her final enlargened print in an advanced Darkroom Photography class on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. "I always push my film which means that my film has more contrast. I like blacks and whites, I don't like as many greys. So, a lot of my images are intense," Payne said.