Big Dance Theater will bring to life Anne Carson’s Antigonick, a one-act retelling of an ancient feminist narrative, on Jan. 24-26 at CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio.
The Emerging Diverse Voices series, featuring both teachers and middle school students, is funded by the Orange County Arts Commission and spearheaded by an artist and gifted education specialist at a local middle school.
Nathalie Joachim started her musical journey with the intent of telling the stories of female Haitian musicians and giving them the acknowledgment they deserve.
“We started realizing that we should all support one another,” Byun said. “When it comes to a cappella, we all love the same kinds of things. To share all that together just makes the whole a cappella experience that much more family-like and fun.”
Ashley Maria a UNC alumna and an up-and-coming director focused on combating sexism with her award-winning film.
Provident1898 will be hosting a series of films honoring Durham's historic Black community and raising awareness about historical events such as the Wilmington Massacre.
"Carolyn Adams" is a universal play that is relatable to all people, says playwright Mark Cornell.
Historian Lynn Garafola will address the gender discrimination choreographer Bronislava Nijinska faced throughout the history of dance and music at her lecture on Friday.
The Carrboro Bicycle Coalition will be hosting a free screening of the documentary MOTHERLOAD on Sataurday, Oct. 19. The event will encourage people to spend less time driving their cars, and more time commuting with cargo bikes, a cleaner alternative.