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UNCG partners with Guilford County Schools on $1.4 million grant for arts education

UNCG partners with Guilford County Schools on $1.4 million grant for arts education

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UNCG partners with Guilford County Schools on $1.4 million grant for arts education

UNCG is partnering with Guilford County Schools (GCS) to help public school teachers use the arts more effectively, thanks to a $1.4 million grant from… Read More >

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Chilean theater company to bring unique visual production to campus

Is there theater without language? Theater that can be understood across cultures by anyone, regardless of their native tongue? You don’t need to travel to… Read More >

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Renowned Juilliard String Quartet to perform at UNCG Oct. 27

The Juilliard String Quartet, widely known as the quintessential American string quartet, will perform at UNCG on Friday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. as part… Read More >

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Alumnus lives dream on big screen with pair of CBS shows

It’s not every day that you appear in two top television shows on the same network in the same month. Yet that’s just what has… Read More >

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Pixar’s Tia Kratter to visit campus Oct. 4

Tia Kratter has been a part of the artistry of Pixar films since the very first one, “Toy Story,” released in 1995. Before that, she… Read More >

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Text me, Rosalind: Shakespeare in the cyber age

“As You Like It,” one of Shakespeare’s most beloved romantic comedies, opens this weekend at UNCG’s Taylor Theatre, and the production is far from traditional. You… Read More >

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School of Music thrills thousands at 2017 Collage concert

More than 300 UNCG student musicians brought the musical traditions of the Atlantic Rim to North Carolina this month at the 10th annual Collage concert…. Read More >

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‘Comanche: Hero Complexities’ to premiere Sept. 22 at UNCG Auditorium

Before his untimely death, Duane Cyrus’ uncle helped save the lives of 93 servicemen drowning in the icy waters off Greenland during a World War… Read More >

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Davie Street transforms into ‘Spartan Way’ for National Folk Festival in downtown Greensboro

Get ready to paint the town blue and gold when Davie Street in downtown Greensboro is transformed by Spartan pride for the 77th annual National… Read More >

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School of Music kicks off new year with 10th annual Collage concert Sept. 9

The UNCG School of Music is kicking off the new academic year with the 10th annual Collage concert, featuring more than 300 student and faculty… Read More >

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UNCG to host Celtic music night featuring NPR’s Fiona Ritchie

In just seven days, prepare for a global weekend, and it starts at UNCG. On Thursday, Sept. 7, the night before the National Folk Festival kicks… Read More >

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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 >