“Carrboro is an artistic community and it cares about bringing together people through lots of different venues and art."
Students enrolled in professor Weiler's German Theater class partake in a unique experience to practice their German by starring in the production of a German play.
The event is giving the seniors a space to share their final remarks and memories of their work at the Campus Y.
The third-annual Arts Everywhere Day will feature student performances, art pieces and displays, and interactive exhibitions.
Local violinist, mental health advocate and humanitarian David Binanay is using music to heal others after having experienced trauma of his own.
After almost three years since its release, Pokémon Go is still popular and continues bringing people together.
Carolina Tap Ensemble is a small, entirely student run and choreographed dance group on campus.
Carolina Performing Arts is working with the UNC Visiting Lectureship in Scottish Gaelic Studies to host a cèilidh, a traditional Gaelic social gathering, to honor DisTIL fellow Abigail Washburn.
“Being able to put in work and go to the event and see all of these people come together I think is a really positive experience and an uplifting way to spend a Friday night.”
K-pop dance team, Unicorn, gives students who share a passion for K-pop culture the ability to come together and appreciate the style. Additionally, the group works to educate those who are unfamiliar with Asian culture through public workshops.