Fine Arts & Humanities
When graduate student Ali Halperin learned that the Frank Gallery in downtown Chapel Hill wanted to feature her art, she immediately thought about the undergraduates she teaches.
In partnership with the University’s Department of Music and the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, Carolina Performing Arts will host Reassessing the Rite: A Centennial Conference, a major scholarly contribution to The Rite of Spring at 100 October 25-28 at UNC.
When Chenxi “Chex” Yu left Chapel Hill to spend the summer in Beijing, China, as part of the UNC-Peking University Entrepreneurship Summer Internship program, she knew she would have some great learning experiences. But she didn’t know she would make history.
The UNC Symphony Orchestra has won the 2012 first place American Prize in Orchestral Performance in the college/university division.
Joy Kasson will discuss the value and necessity of the creative arts in a lecture Nov. 11 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
A free public symposium Oct. 25-26 at UNC-Chapel Hill will put the end of the Maya Long Count calendar cycle on Dec. 21 into a larger historical and cultural context that includes the voices of Maya people.
With this month’s world premiere adaptation of Molière’s comedy “Imaginary Invalid,” PlayMakers Repertory Company takes a hilarious new look at a 300-year-old play written about the health care industry.