A new master class coming to Morrison Art Studio seeks to be a place where people of all experience levels can be inspired to create and find acceptance through art.
Many students arrive on UNC's campus with no prior experience working on a film set. But the production sets for organizations like the the Carolina Film Association and UNC Student Television are like microcosms of professional sets — all run by students. At UNC, students filmmakers gain valuable experience in production by using what they have, often requiring improvisation and flexibility. But in the end, these filmmakers gain so much more than industry experience — a distinct community, driven by a shared love for storytelling.
"The EVE Project" includes classic work from legendary choreographer Martha Graham's repertory, as well as newer work from contemporary female choreographers.
The event is hosted by Be Connected Durham and THE CONJURE and provides a chance for local artists, who may otherwise find it hard to feel valued for their art, to share their music in a safe and supportive environment.
From the initial analysis of a character's personality to last minute fittings, UNC's student costume designers work tirelessly to bring plays to life for multiple theater companies.
While the characters in "The Amish Project" are fictional, it is based on a real shooting in an Amish community in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania in 2006, in which eleven young girls were taken hostage and five killed in a schoolhouse. This is not the retelling of a shooting — it's an analysis of the Amish community's unexpected forgiveness for the shooter.
Student theatre is using technology to reach out to diverse audiences. Their goal is to reach out to people who would otherwise not be interested in performances, and they are doing this with adaptations of golden-age performances.
Triangle ArtWorks is hosting an Arts Marketing Meetup to create opportunities for local artists, businesses and organizations to expand their influence throughout the Triangle area.
Each Friday in November, LAB! Theatre Company will be hosting New Works November, an opportunity to appreciate and critique emerging student playwrights' works.
Sweet Charity, originally performed starting in 1966, is the story of a woman trying to find her place in the world. Company Carolina has preserved this core message, while also creating something that everyone can relate to.