The Writing for the Screen and Stage program’s “Long Story Shorts” festival and LAB! Theatre both gave student playwrights the chance to meet the goal of seeing their words come to life on stage.
Shantala Shivalingappa unites the Eastern and Western worlds through dance. The Indian classical dancer will perform her piece “Shiva Ganga” in Memorial Hall tonight.
Stephen and Sandra Rich’s collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia began with just a few serving trays.
A cappella groups welcome students at Sunset Serenade during the first week of classes. They sing in the Pit, by the Old Well and sometimes even at graduation. Their sound got a little louder this year with the addition of UNC’s newest a cappella group, the Tarpeggios.
Senior Amelia Sciandra calls her last production with LAB! Theatre a ‘play within a play within a play.’ But that level of nuanced complexity has come to define the longtime LAB! actor, producer and director — even as she prepares to graduate in May.
Clay studio instructor Carmen Elliot has a favorite memory. Once, a child from one of her classes approached her with a beautiful stepping stone decorated with sea turtles and four shades of green.
The Ackland Art Museum has been exploring the American past, embarking upon a journey connecting the country with nature. But time is running out. The museum’s current exhibits — “Tradition in Clay: Two Centuries of Classic North Carolina Pots,” “At Work in the Wilderness: Picturing the American Landscape, 1820-1920” and “The Oldest Paintings in America: Utah’s Rock Art” — will close on Sunday.
Richard Drehoff makes music with balloons. The sophomore composed a piece using Carolina blue helium balloons last semester, and he’s working to try and promote the little-known style of visual music through performances and continued composition.
Carolina Creates Music presents an evening concert featuring four local bands.
Staff writer Jenna Stout checked out the latest installment of the Ackland Art Museum’s “Music in the Galleries” series, “The Art of Hip-Hop.”
Millenium Village Project presents Cheza Kwa Tumaini, a dance and voice benefit performance.
Israeli-American violinist Gil Shaham will perform a solo concert at Memorial Hall tonight.
While traveling in Malawi, Andrew Magill recorded a 10-track album telling the stories of people he met suffering from AIDS.
SIC is a play without punctuation as is this abstract
Staff writer Jenna Stout stopped by the first of three nights of DSI Comedy Theater’s 24LIVE event.
The oldest Russian orchestra is visiting Chapel Hill for the first time Tuesday. Founded in 1882, the renowned classical St. Petersburg Philharmonic orchestra has traveled the world for the past nearly 120 years.
Pauper Players latest performance, “Broadway Melodies 2011” shines as a unique combination of show tunes and pop culture. Four out of Five stars.