Students' busy schedules often leave little time for a creative outlet. However, bullet journaling allows for creative freedom while also helping students stay organized.
“I think it’s important to share my art because I want people to know that it doesn’t have to mean anything. My art doesn't necessarily have to represent something and be life changing and world changing. I just think it’s nice to have a pretty image show up on your feed, and a lot of the art I see is not Indian art, so I also want to be somebody that exposes people around me to an Indian style of art.” Meet the UNC student blending her personality with traditional Indian art techniques to create a unique style.
UNC a cappella group Cadence's efforts to support women go beyond the bonds group members have built among each other. They have recently extended their support to the Orange County Rape Crisis Center, holding gigs that focus on female empowerment and uplifting women within the UNC and Chapel Hill community.
"Poetry allows us to express our experience in more than just a literal sense.”
In the 28 days that former UNC student Lillian Chason spent in the hospital battling the H1N1 flu, her father kept a journal. He planned to tell her all about it once she got better. Now, 10 years after Chason's death, her father has adapted that journal into a memoir with stories of her childhood, which he will read at Flyleaf Books on Jan. 29.
Durham Parks and Recreation’s upcoming event "MLK: Remembering the Legacy through the Arts" will celebrate his life on Saturday, Jan. 11, from 2-5 p.m. at the W.D. Hill Recreation Center, and is free and open to the community.
As new technological services become more and more prominent, the Ackland Art Museum looks for new ways to encourage consumption of art.
FRANK Gallery is hosting a holiday exhibit from Nov. 12 to Jan. 4, where local art will be on sale, with the hope of the pieces being gifted during the holiday season.
“We’re doing our own, very special, what everyone is calling an ‘immersive experience.’”
“I think that a lot of times as artists we think that we should be working individually, and I believe that we only get things done when we work together,” Mattingly said. "I think art can do big things and can also be very poetic and personal, but I think there’s a lot of space for doing things together and doing things in a different way.”