“As a Southern community, there’s a lot that Margaret Wilkerson Sexton talks about in this book that is particularly tied to the South, like the legacy of the slavery and of the Southern white aristocracy,” Smart said. “I think both are legacies that are really influential on the way that UNC students engage with the world, so having a sort of insight on those issues from the perspective of someone that’s not a UNC student could be influential and important.”
The performance will feature "The Carnival of the Animals," a 14-movement musical piece that emulates different animals' essences and sounds.
Participants of APPLES Service-Learning Arts in Public Service will go to Asheville over fall break to engage with art in the community and serve others. Led by students, the group plans to visit The Vanishing Wheelchair and Open Hearts Art Center, two organizations that help people with disabilities connect with art.
In Randall Jones new book, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," he separates the fact from fiction when it comes to the legendary Daniel Boone.
A music festival will be held in Pittsboro, North Carolina, that will not only provide great entertainment for the people who attend, but gives back to the community through sustainability.
On Wednesday, the public will get a chance to immerse themselves in Scandinavian music, an often overlooked style for performances because of its intimidating nature.