Arts & Culture
Naturalist, storyteller Doug Elliott visits campus  Sept. 8

Naturalist, storyteller Doug Elliott visits campus Sept. 8

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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? 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 >


For David Ostergaard ’02, the film’s in the Cannes

He didn’t exactly rub shoulders with George Clooney and Angelina Jolie, but David Ostergaard ’02 did star in an award-winning film shown at Cannes. Ostergaard,…Read More >

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Focus on Piano Literature spotlights the Brothers Bach

The Brothers Bach, four musical sons of Baroque-era German composer Johann Sebastian Bach, take center stage at UNCG’s 18th Focus on Piano Literature conference. The…Read More >

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“John Salmon plays Brubeck,” at Brubeck’s request

Sometimes the most joyful news comes at the same moment as the saddest. On March 12, Albany Records gave UNCG music professor John Salmon the…Read More >

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UNCG’s Jazz Festival will feature Nash, Gardner

UNCG’s Miles Davis Jazz Festival 2014 will feature student arrangements of Blue Note music, a seminal jazz record company. The festival, at 8 p.m. Thursday,…Read More >

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Enjoy music, world culture at I-Fest

UNCG’s annual International Festival, I-Fest, takes place Saturday, April 12, along College Avenue. From noon to 5 p.m., performers will share traditional dances and music, ranging from South…Read More >

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Daedalus Quartet, “exceptionally refined young ensemble,” to perform April 7

They’ve been called “an exceptionally refined young ensemble with a translucent sound” by The New Yorker, with playing of “such security, technical finish, interpretive unity…Read More >

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Greensboro Dance Film Festival set for April 4

Robin Gee and Duane Cyrus, both associate dance professors at UNCG, will present the Greensboro Dance Film Festival, Friday, April 4, 2014, at 7 p.m. in…Read More >


UNCG alumnus Chris Chalk in Best Picture Oscar film

The film “Twelve Years a Slave” received the Best Picture award at the 2014 Academy Awards on Sunday evening. Chris Chalk, a 2001 alumnus of…Read More >