Uninsincerity is more than a word, idea or venture — it’s the creative platform that led three UNC students to Cannes Film Festival this summer.
Raised by Congolese immigrants fleeing political conflict, Leroy Shingu — known by his stage name Well$ — was never short on motivation to succeed.
Students will have the chance to perform original poetry alongside the state's poet laureate at Flyleaf Books tonight.
Every summer, Carrboro’s ArtsCenter does a series of camps for young artists from kindergarten through twelfth grade.
When alt-J plays Raleigh’s Red Hat Amphitheater on Friday, concertgoers will have Cat’s Cradle to thank for the pairing of artist and venue.
They say love is electric, but, at times, it's technology that gets in the way of connection. That's what Hope Alexander wants to say with her take on Shakespeare’s classic play, “As You Like It.” The play will be performed by the Kenan Theatre Company starting tonight.
In the middle of a place known for science and routine, one student publication is encouraging surprising artistic creativity.
The Sonja Haynes Stone Center has been focusing on a theme of rebirth in its 26th year — and a new art exhibition, opening tonight, continues to play on that idea.
Brightly colored silk ribbons fly through the air in unison during the twice-weekly practices of UNC's Flying Silk dance group, whose members are busy performing a traditional Chinese ribbon dance.
Between a decade of rapping and a work ethic perfected during a busy four years at UNC, Julian Caldwell has developed his style and is releasing what he says is his best work yet. “ALLCAPSNOSPACES,” titled in reference to the spelling of his stage name, “JSWISS,” is an eight-track extended play released today.