“The very first thing I tattooed on was bananas,” said Meghan Thayer, owner and artist of Chapel Hill’s Ascension Tattoo.
UNC studio art seniors have one last chance to showcase their work before graduation. The “Can I See Your ID?” senior art exhibition opened Thursday night in the Hanes Art Center and will run until graduation.
A 1920s Paris-style rendition of William Shakespeare’s “Measure for Measure” opens tonight — not in a traditional stage venue, but at Franklin Street’s Varsity Theatre.
The Eno River Association (ERA) teamed up with a West-African-influenced dance band, Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba, to provide tropical beats for the Eno River Winter Dance Party at the Carrboro ArtsCenter on Saturday night.
Whether you’re in love, out of love or just plain sick of love, EROT said that tonight's Love Stuck: A Valentine’s Presentation will have something for everyone.
From hurricane chasing to camping with bears, UNC’s outdoor activity groups are not for the faint of heart.
Tucked beneath the shadow of a new multistory, 500-space parking garage is a white house from the 1940s, home to a family of four and two large dogs named Pretzel and Rosie.
For students, the Ackland Art Museum offers more than what meets the eye. The gallery’s second floor consists of a special study gallery used by UNC students and the general public, alike.
Each week, a nostalgic air of the early twentieth century fills Phillips Hall 385 as the UNC Swing Dance Club enjoys jazz music, lindy hopping and a whole lot of dancing.
Audience members fell into a storybook fairy tale from the moment they took their seats at PlayMakers Repertory Company’s production of “Into the Woods” on Tuesday.
In a new Canvas series, Beyond the Canvas, we're profiling area artists who create art outside traditional mediums. This week, blog coordinator Sarah McQuillan profiles Megan Thayer, owner of Ascension Tattoos
The opening night performance of "Uncle Ho to Uncle Sam" left the audience awestruck as writer and sole actor Trieu Tran’s life story spilled across the stage.
PlayMakers Repertory Company’s opening night production of Mary’s Wedding moved the audience from laughter to tears to a standing ovation as...
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PlayMakers Repertory Company’s performance of An Enemy of the People will not only cause audience members to question themselves, but also questi...
In partnership with Chapel Hill’s FRANK Gallery, Canvas will take a behind the scenes look at artists from various disciplines over the spring semester. In this first installment of the series, staff writer Sarah McQuillan met with artist Susan Filley to discuss the life, loves, career and craft of a ceramics specialist...
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