Fine Arts & Humanities
PlayMakers Repertory Company announces the fifth Summer Youth Conservatory. Applications are due March 2; auditions are March 10-11 for the unique educational and performance opportunity.
An interracial marriage and landmark Supreme Court case that changed the course of history is the subject of a film screening and symposium March 1-2 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The emails and text messages never stop, and Pam Lach knows neither can she. Lach is the new manager for the Digital Innovation Lab, which will focus on the use of digital technologies to advance the humanities.
When music professor Mark Katz says he wants his students to have a hands-on learning experience, he means it. During one of the first classes of the semester, he took 15 first-year students into his office to check out his turntables.
Grammy Award-winning bassist Christian McBride and the Inside Straight band will headline this year’s Carolina Jazz Festival Feb. 23-25 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
In February and March, the art department will bring various artists and art scholars to the UNC campus through the Hanes Visiting Artist Lecture Series and the Bettie Allison Rand Lectures in Art. The first, part of the Hanes Visiting Artist Lecture, is an opera-masquerade titled “Four Electric Ghosts” by Mendi + Keith Obadike. Mendi + Keith Obadike are versed … Continued
Science philosopher Philip Kitcher will discuss new approaches to public discourse on climate change, bioethics and other controversial issues, February 28 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.