Internationally popular, bi-weekly podcast ArtCurious returns for its third season this year. Staff writer Laura Shanahan sat down to ask some questions of the podcast's writer, producer and host, Jennifer Dasal.
If you’ve got a typewriter, now’s your chance to show it off. "Click Clack: Typewriters and Authors" will be on display at The Orange County Historical Museum until July 1.
UNC graduate and Saturday Night Live producer Lindsay Shookus was always destined for greatness. With a strong work ethic and a little bit of luck, her career path came together. She didn’t always know what she wanted to do, but she knew it would be creative.
From Youtube to sold-out venues, Timeflies members Cal Shapiro and Rob "Rez" Resnick have been through a lot. The band will play at Cat's Cradle Saturday.
Spring has sprung — and so has the North Carolina Museum of Art. But this isn't your average enchanted garden. This weekend from Thursday through Sunday, the Art in Bloom festival will be held at the NCMA. Bringing color and beauty to the triangle are 50 floral arrangements from different designers and public exhibits.
"We wanted more from this, and so that it’s more than just auctioning clothing on Instagram,” said Kenny Barone, member of the Vintage Blue team. What first started out as a collective group of students auctioning vintage UNC clothing on Instagram has turned into a platform for bringing voice to visionary people — throughout campus and beyond.
Defining the word jazz can be pretty nebulous — especially when it comes to the world-renowned instrumental Phish tribute band, Jazz is PHSH.
Triumph of the human will: that's the message American indie-folk band Magic Giant delivers through their eclectic energy and banjo-delivering pop hooks. The Los Angeles trio brought the sounds of Austin Bisnow, Zambricki Li and Zang to Cat’s Cradle on Tuesday night.
Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and his backup band, the Sensational Shifters, began their "Carry Fire" tour by performing a mixture of classics and new songs from his solo career in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.
In the current political climate of gender issues and cultural reflection across a diverse array of ideas, the Ackland Art Museum’s newest exhibition, "Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from The Horvitz Collection," is uncommonly timely. "Becoming a Woman" explores the so-called “Woman's Question” that was pivotal to some of the most pressing debates of the French Enlightenment during the 18th century. It is a thematic exhibit with 130 pieces of artwork ranging from drawings, to paintings, to sculptures, to prints — with only 10 of these pieces created by women. It conveys various depictions of the societal role of women spanning across 150 years of French art and will be on display from Jan. 26 to April 8.
Saturday Night Live producer and UNC graduate Lindsay Shookus spoke at The PIT on Monday.
Magic Giant performed at Cat's Cradle Back Room on Tuesday.
Robert Plant kicked off his "Carry Fire" Tour in Raleigh.