Fine Arts & Humanities
A new version of the world classic will be directed by Vivienne Benesch, PlayMakers’ new producing artistic director.
A lifelong passion for theatre influences one undergraduate student to research how the art form helps children learning to read.
The College of Arts and Sciences wishes you a season full of joy, warmth and peace.
About 20 students with majors including biology, Russian languages and studio art recently came together to build a telescope in the new makerspace in the basement of Hanes Art Center.
Jennifer Ho, associate professor and director of graduate studies for the department of English and comparative literature, will become the associate director of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities.
The event, sponsored by Carolina’s department of communication and partners, features three performances by local playwrights inspired by military veterans and their families.
The play, which runs Jan. 6-10, spins a true tale of tangled history, family politics and land rights in a high desert New Mexico town.