Photographer Pableaux Johnson will be honored at a reception for celebrating culture through his New Orleans Second Line Parade photographs.
"I think supporting local comedy is great. We think all of our stand-up shows are usually a lot of fun because it’s like a party.”
The American Indian Center welcomes a new school year and a new class of students with a celebration of American Indian culture.
Looking to get involved with arts at UNC? Look no further than this guide.
Newhall noticed that Black POWs would be mentioned in the works of other historians, but she kept running into walls when trying to find in-depth information.
Ramya Kapadia will give a lecture on the Indian dance style of Bharatanatyam to educate people about traditional Indian dance and culture, beyond stereotypical knowledge of Bollywood and belly-dancing.
With all of the arts organizations available on campus, it can be overwhelming to decide what to join. But this showcase is a good place to start.
A Latin Marimba Jazz Concert was hosted by El Centro Hispano on Saturday night to benefit Latinx communities after the ICE raids.
"The Love Show" plans to combine traditional improv with a musical twist for an unforgettable show.
UNC’s Chinese Undergraduate Students Association has a celebration planned for Saturday, Feb. 9 that will have performances, food and much more.