St. Anthony's Hall and Sunrise Movement are teaming up to raise awareness about climate change using creativity and art.
Art and social issues collide in an art exhibit that is anything but subtle.
The Ackland Art Center will be hosting a talk about memes and Louise Bourgeois’ "Crouching Spider” on Thursday. The discussion will include how subconscious opinions of artwork can manifest in casual online conversations.
As an ongoing University tradition, the game of Clue is coming to life at UNC's Wilson Library on Wednesday, April 10.
Fujifilm sold 6.6 million units of their Instax polaroid camera in the 2016 fiscal year. Rarely do we see people revert back to old versions of technology, but in a world of DSLR's and iPhones, we are still observing a return of the polaroid camera. Combining the instant production of the image with the vintage aesthetic of old developed photographs, polaroids are bringing a new trend in the world of photography and hobbyists. What's behind the recent resurgence of instant polaroid cameras?
“It can be really overwhelming because it is a lot of raw, unfiltered emotion and stories that are coming out of people.” UNC's AdoptEd and N.C. State's Adopted Students Union partnered to produce an adoption interview montage.
“I hope it makes them forget the bounds of reality and helps them transcend that to embrace something new and fresh."
No boo? No problem. Here's how Chapel Hill is celebrating Valentine's Day's lesser-known but equally deserving counterpart, Galentine's Day.
A survey released by the Town of Chapel Hill asks about how residents view art and what the town can do to further the impact of art on the community.