Over 100 artists applied to join Hillsborough Gallery of Arts' new gallery, Resolutions 2020. The 36 winning artists' work, ranging from paintings to brick sculptures, will be on display until Jan. 25.
This series encourages viewers not just to watch movies, but share, discuss and react to some of the greatest cinematic contributions of the modern era.
Samantha Crain, a Choctaw singer and songwriter, will perform at the Nasher Museum of Art on Jan. 9 to shed light on Native American music.
Two musical groups are coming together to form a condcutorless band. The band will perform Nov. 19 at 8 p.m in Kenan Rehearsal Hall. The performance allows students to watch band members create music in harmony without formalized control.
Kraken, a small bar and music venue, has been bringing people together for music and fun since 2009. Byrd and The Pickup Cowboys are known for their "Shake Sugaree Americana Residency," which attracts a diverse audience. Walken says he hopes his group's performance helps concert attendees experience community and art.
Puppeteer Jeghetto will teach others about his craft during an introductory course at the PIT on Nov. 11. The PIT will host monthly puppetry courses, and this first one will be about constructing masks out of recycled materials.
Five panelists from different aspects of the music industry are coming to Chapel Hill to answer questions about what it takes to break into the industry and their personal experiences.
"The Day" co- commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts comes to campus October 15th and features world renowned artists, musicians, and writers. Influenced by the events of 9/11, the works aims to make the audience introspective about their life and experiences.
Flyleaf Books is hosting several events in the coming months, including one with award-winning author Jacqueline Woodson on her new novel "Red at the Bone."