Fine Arts & Humanities
Comedian and Carolina alumnus Lewis Black sat down with undergraduate students enrolled in an “Ethics of Comedy” course to discuss his career, time at Chapel Hill and what makes them laugh.
After graduating from Carolina in 2017 with majors in studio art and communication studies, Mary Thurman moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in professional animation.
Eliza Richards, a professor of English and Comparative Literature, was named a Hyde Fellow for the Institute for the Arts and Humanities Faculty Fellowship program in Fall 2021.
For Arts Everywhere Day, we are delighted to highlight this month’s featured book for “Bookmark This”: “A History of the Theatre Costume Business: Creators of Character” by Triffin I. Morris, Gregory DL Morris and Rachel E. Pollock. Triffin Morris and Rachel Pollock are with PlayMakers Repertory Company and the department of dramatic art.
From dancing to singing to 3D printing, our students tap into their creative side to explore the world around them.
Kelli Smith-Biwer is a fourth-year doctoral student in the department of music who studies gender and music technology. She works in the Beat Lab and is the inaugural Arts Everywhere Graduate Fellow in Music Technology. We caught up with Smith-Biwer for Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week.
Ph.D. student Emily McDonnell (American studies) is a proud citizen of the Navajo Nation. She is currently a Humanities for the Public Good Fellow at the North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs. We caught up with McDonnell for Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week.