The third annual Django Reinhardt Festival is taking place this weekend from Jan. 17 to 19 at Cat’s Cradle Back Room. The festivities kick off Friday night with a free party and jam session from 7:30 to 11 p.m. at The Station.
"Black Orpheus" will be shown on Jan. 12 at 3 p.m. at the Orange County Public Library. "It was acclaimed around the world. It was despised in Brazil as a European film that treated the people of the favelas more or less as children, and did so in the service of retelling a Greek myth," Michael Corrado said.
The event will take place on the third floor of the Hanes Art Center in the John C. Henry Print Shop. "Essentially it’s just a big all-day event at the end of the fall semester where any student artists at UNC can enter and sell artwork".
UNC professor Hank Smith and his band Hank, Pattie & the Current will be playing Friday, showcasing their unique take on the genre of bluegrass.
From pottery to jewelry to cakes, Arts on Market has something for everyone.
UNC Pauper Players is hosting its first cabaret of the season at Linda’s Bar & Grill and its theme is 'Broadway Divas, Powerhouses and Legends'.
C.W. “Chuck” Eldridge, owner of Tattoo Archive in Winston Salem, will give a lecture on the history of the art of tattooing, going all the way back to tribal times.
It's time for Orange County Artists Guild's 25th annual Open Studio Tour, and artists from across the county are ready to show off their crafty creations.
The opening film, "Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart," is an independent documentary about award-winning playwright Lorraine Hansberry, known for her activism and for being the first Black woman to have a production on Broadway.