Arts Everywhere at UNC is encouraging students to create art at home to relieve stress during quarantine.
Chapel Hill's FRANK Gallery has put images of most of its exhibition online so that people can access it from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Founded in 1994 on UNC's campus, Alpha Pi Omega is a sorority that celebrates Native American sisterhood.
Cancellations of concerts and art events due to the COVID-19 pandemic has created a need for financial support, according to Katie Murray, director of the Orange County Arts Commission. In response, the commission created a fund for artists with a funding goal of $30,000, and is accepting donations for the fund via checks or a GoFundMe page.
The application for UNC's screen and stage minor is accepting applications. The minor prepares students for a screenwriting career through experiential education.
The Tarpeggios placed first and Tar Heel Voices placed second at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella South Region quarterfinal on Feb. 1.
Epilogue will be hosting a launch party for the paperback version of Stephanie Elizondo Griest's "All the Agents and Saints."
Chapel Hill Public Library has a new app for local musicians. Tracks, the library's new streaming service, will curate and maintain music by 50 local artists from any genre. Submissions are open until Jan. 31.
“Women need to have a voice, and I think we can show that in the way we write our stories and get our thoughts out into the general discussion that isn’t available to other people."
The PlayMakers Repertory Company is producing Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' play "Everybody." The play explores the ways in which people handle death through the titular character, Everybody.