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Tickets on sale for 2017-18 University Concert and Lecture Series

Tickets on sale for 2017-18 University Concert and Lecture Series

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Tickets on sale for 2017-18 University Concert and Lecture Series

Single-event tickets are now on sale for the 2017-18 UNCG University Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS), a year-long series of live arts experiences formerly known… Read More >

Photo of "Into The Woods" cast on stage with musicians

UNCG kicks off 2017 Summer Sondheim Concert Series

This June, the UNCG College of Visual and Performing Arts is bringing the sounds of renowned composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim to the Triad with… Read More >

Portrait of Brendan Malone and Alex Suggs holding camera equipment

UNCG students to screen short at Cannes Film Festival

Sophomore media studies major Brendan Malone has yet to do his first in-school filmmaking assignment, but this month he’ll screen his short, “Foodie,” at one… Read More >

Qiaoyan Gao, David Holley and Nancy Walker talking, observing horsehead fiddle in Music Building

The Great Call of China: UNCG faculty go global

In a display case in the atrium of the Music Building, there’s an unusual instrument: an authentic horse-head chi fiddle, inscribed “to School of Music… Read More >

Wynton Marsalis playing trumpet with orchestra

Wynton Marsalis and orchestra to visit UNCG

Wynton Marsalis, renowned trumpet player, composer, bandleader, educator and a leading figure in the promotion of jazz music throughout the world, will visit UNCG next… Read More >

Christian Marclay and ensemBle baBel to visit UNCG, perform with students

UNCG students will perform Christian Marclay’s “Graffiti Composition” alongside Switzerland-based ensemBle baBel on Tuesday, April 11, at the Weatherspoon Art Museum as part of a… Read More >

UNCG alumnus wins 2017 American Jazz Pianist Competition

UNCG alumnus Thomas Linger ’16 recently won the 2017 American Jazz Pianist Competition. The first-place prize package is valued at $10,000 and includes the opportunity to… Read More >

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Spartans shine in ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Triad Stage

Charles Dickens’ classic holiday tale “A Christmas Carol” has returned to Triad Stage with a cast and creative staff that includes many of UNCG’s own…. Read More >

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Professor Sheryl Oring to discuss new book, perform ‘I Wish to Say’ at Weatherspoon

UNCG art professor Sheryl Oring will discuss her new book “Activating Democracy: The ‘I Wish to Say’ Project” and perform the popular project on Thursday,… Read More >

Photo of "Untitled," a sculpture created by UNCG alumna Ivana Milojevic Beck.

Recent UNCG graduate wins top international sculpture award

UNCG’s Ivana Milojevic Beck ’12, ’16 MFA has been awarded the International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2016. Beck, who… Read More >

Judge Robby Hassell rehearses for "Trial by Jury" in courtroom

UNCG hosts 5th season of Greensboro Light Opera and Song

Young artists from across the country recently arrived on UNCG’s campus for the fifth annual Greensboro Light Opera and Song (GLOS), a five-week intensive performance… Read More >

Dept. of Social Work sheds light on foster care issues in Triad Stage play

Ever since theater professional Debra LeWinter met UNCG professor and social worker Alicia Kaplan, the two have been dreaming about creating a theatrical production that… Read More >