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Kay Brown and ‘GWTW’ in Jackson Library

In 1936, Kay Brown convinced Hollywood producer David O. Selznick to snap up the film rights to “Gone with the Wind.” Brown had read Margaret… Read More >

Margaret Maron reads from her work on campus at UNCG.

Margaret Maron Presents … Nancy Pickard, woman of mystery

Just in time for Halloween, the season of fright, homegrown mystery maven Margaret Maron heads to UNCG to introduce audiences to another successful woman mystery… Read More >

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Biz writer Beth Macy and ‘Factory Man’ coming to UNCG

Journalist Beth Macy and John D. Bassett III, CEO of Vaughn-Bassett Furniture, are on a roll. And both are headed to UNCG. The runaway success… Read More >

Costume sketches by Deborah Bell.

Jazz, Shakespeare jibe in Theatre’s ‘Twelfth Night’

It’s reminiscent of that iconic moment in pop culture when chocolate and peanut butter collided. Jazz and “Twelfth Night” just jelled. Theatre professor Jim Wren… Read More >

David Holley, director of UNCG Opera Theatre, also serves as artistic director for Greensboro Opera.

UNCG rolls out the red carpet for ‘GO to the Movies!’ gala

David Holley, director of UNCG Opera Theatre and artistic director of Greensboro Opera, wanted to do something different for this year’s annual gala. He wanted… Read More >

Ellis and Jason Marsalis.

Two Marsalises, all that jazz, Sept. 12

Ellis Marsalis and his 37-year-old son Jason will join forces for a generation-crossing performance on Friday, Sept. 12, 8 p.m., in Aycock Auditorium. The show… Read More >

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Collage features works inspired by Shakespeare, Galileo

Collage on WFDD 88.5 – Triad Arts Up Close Collage producers Dr. Kevin Geraldi and Dr. Carole Ott, and Dr. Peter Alexander, dean of the… Read More >

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Naturalist, storyteller Doug Elliott visits campus Sept. 8

Whether he’s singing about catfish, pontificating on possums, extolling the virtues of dandelions, telling wild snake tales or wailing out a jivey harmonica tune, storyteller… Read More >

UNCG receives NEA grant for Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts Conference

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Acting Chairman Joan Shigekawa has announced that the NC Entrepreneurship Center (NCEC) at UNCG is one of 886 nonprofit… Read More >

UNCG students look at and discuss works, including Willem de Kooning's famous "Woman" painting, left, on display in the "Expressive Abstraction" exhibit at the Weatherspoon Art Museum.

The Buzz about the Weatherspoon

Heard the latest buzz about UNCG’s Weatherspoon Art Museum? BuzzFeed.com calls it one of the world’s 18 Hidden Gems. The Weatherspoon is third on the… Read More >

Photo of Christine Morris leading a vocal session with student Madelynn Poulson

Shakespearean sounds: UNCG’s Christine Morris at Triad Stage

Performing Shakespeare alongside professional actors could be intimidating. But with a voice/text coach giving the UNCG students personal lessons, the words come tripping off the… Read More >

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UNCG Dance at National College Dance Festival at Kennedy Center

UNCG Dance is performing this week at the National College Dance Festival in Washington, D.C. This is UNCG’s second invitation to the festival. which takes… Read More >