Poets Tiana Clark and Emilia Phillips hope to broaden and deepen the idea of what poetry from the South means.
A variety of artists and bands are coming to the Triangle this month, including the Boom Unit Brass Band and Delta Sleep.
Cat's Cradle will be hosting another season of drag queen shows, and it promises to be a celebration of local drag kings and queens.
The North Carolina Poetry Society is hosting a workshop that aims to help people begin the process of putting together a manuscript.
Durham Orange Quilter’s Guild, an organization that makes quilts for various causes, is celebrating its 40th anniversary celebration on March 8.
The Black Arts Theatre Company, a new group on campus, wants to find a place in theater for people of color. The group aims to tackle the issue of diversity by putting on shows by Black playwrights with mostly Black casts.
"After the Fall, the Unsung Rise" is an upcoming dedication to Black history on UNC's campus that supports Maya Little's upcoming Honor Court appeal.
"I Am a Man" encompasses the theme for the civil rights movement exhibit for the Center for the Study of the American South.
At UNC, young hip-hop artists are discussing the new opportunities and limitations involved in making music in a society that is more aware of feminist movements and issues.