The 'lost, lux, libertas' exhibit in the Hanes Art Center brings light to a dark part of American history. On display until Feb. 25, artist André Leon Gray depicts images of police brutality, politics of race in America, Silent Sam, and power structures in America.
The Yale Russian Chorus will be in Chapel Hill on Jan. 8 — the choir's first performance in the state.
An upcoming workshop hopes to provide free legal advice to aspiring artists. With high-costs associated with hiring attorneys, workshop owners hope that it can help kickstart careers.
After 34 years of scholarship and education, Pardo is retiring from her teaching position. Her retirement ceremony will be held on Nov. 12 at the Hanes Art Center.
A new interactive art exhibit will gave patrons a chance to directly touch the past and connect it with the present.
UNC professor Juan Álamo is more than just a performer, educator and composer — he is also the founder of the Latin jazz ensemble Marimjazzia. The band's latest album, "Ruta Panoramica", is being played live at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center on October 29th.
The Carolina grad and award-winning columnist returns to Chapel Hill to hold an open conversation on the difficult history of slavery.
Get your poetry on by listening to poets old and new at the West End Poetry Festival this month.
Ricardo Pascal is the featured guest musician in the upcoming performance of UNC student's jazz combos.