Isaac Rosso Klakovich
"The seeds are ripening on plants, the air is crisp and cool, things smell delicious and there’s kind of a frenzy of energy of living organisms and preparing for the winter.”
Next week is Banned Books Week at the Chapel Hill Public Library, and the town is celebrating the intellectual freedom that's been hard-fought to keep in our communities. Here's a quick schedule of some of the week's coolest events.
If you're looking to add to your music or literature collection, the Chapel Hill Public Library has the sale for you. Go old-school with vinyls and classics and contribute to a great cause.
The entire exhibit is tied to the Arts 500 senior seminar that serves as a capstone class to the studio art major at UNC. The class is taught by Jim Hirschfield and is filled with video artists, animators, painters, photographers and much more.
"Women of the Venezuelan Chaos" chronicles five women living through Venezuela's harsh political climate and is coming to theaters near you this Friday. The film had to be directed in secret and is so politically charged that it will never be screened in Venezuela.
UNC's Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders is bringing awareness to eating disorders through a one-night only film screening at the Varsity.
Unfamiliar with Irish dancing? Head over to the Carolina Irish Dance Association's Spring Showcase on Sunday for a fun afternoon of solo performances and live fiddle-playing.
Every Wednesday local comedy group Mettlesome performs "Hush Hush," an improv comedy show about secrets, at Fullsteam Brewery in Durham.
Self-proclaimed “boy band” BROCKHAMPTON rocked The Ritz on Monday night, showcasing their dynamic talent with a performance full of incredible energy.
Art&Life and the Phillips Ambassadors will be partnering with the Ackland Art Museum to put on Asian Exchanges this Thursday. The event will feature three objects from the Ackland’s collection that highlight the artistic exchange between East and West cultures.