Arts & Culture
UNCG welcomes three artists to campus this week

UNCG welcomes three artists to campus this week

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Portrait of Ann Hamilton

UNCG welcomes three artists to campus this week

Update: Due to Hurricane Michael, the artist talk with Ann Hamilton on Thursday has been cancelled. The University is working to reschedule the lecture for… Read More >

Alumna Kelly Link wins 2018 MacArthur ‘genius grant’

UNC Greensboro alumna Kelly Link ’95 MFA has been named a 2018 MacArthur Fellow. The prestigious MacArthur Fellowship – known as the ‘genius grant’– is… Read More >

Dancers in studio

Leaps and bounds: New dance studios in former Rosenthal Pool

Since dance programs first began at Woman’s College in 1957, they have lived in the Rosenthal wing of the Coleman Building, once called Rosenthal Gymnasium…. Read More >

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UNCG presents yearlong event series exploring the 1960s

For 2018-19, UNCG presents a campus-wide collaboration: “The ‘60s: Exploring the Limits,” a series of events that draws inspiration from the extraordinary decade of the… Read More >

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UNCG to host 11th annual Collage concert Sept. 8

UNC Greensboro’s 11th annual Collage performance, one of the most popular events each year, will grace the UNCG Auditorium stage – and many areas of… Read More >

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From fairy tales to Andy Warhol, a look at the Weatherspoon’s fall exhibits

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is often referred to as one of UNC Greensboro’s gems. Nationally recognized for its collection of modern and contemporary American art… Read More >

Photo of Mark Morris Dance Group member dancing on stage

Tickets available for 2018-19 University Concert and Lecture Series

Single-event tickets are now on sale for what is expected to be UNC Greensboro’s most popular University Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS) to date. The… Read More >

An owl on a hotel bed, with feathers falling around him.

Flights of fancy and Summer Solstice at the Weatherspoon Art Museum

It’s the longest day of the year, and the best evening for artistic fun at UNC Greensboro’s Weatherspoon Art Museum. Friday, June 22, 6 to… Read More >

Portrait of Alan Alda

UNCG announces 2018-19 University Concert and Lecture Series

UNC Greensboro’s University Concert and Lecture Series (UCLS), an annual series of performances, lectures and exhibitions that brings world-class artists to Greensboro, has announced the… Read More >

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Greensboro Bound, with Spartans on the page and stage

Hold onto your reading glasses. Greensboro Bound, Greensboro’s first large-scale literary festival, is underway, with an opening event on Thursday, May 17, at UNC Greensboro…. Read More >

Students work with professor on music charts at a piano.

Jazz students compose for Friday concert with Lage Lund

UNC Greensboro’s Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program isn’t just about playing swingin’ tunes. It’s also about learning composition skills that can define a jazz musician’s career…. Read More >

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UNCG Theatre explores home and identity in ‘Clybourne Park’

Home is where the heart is, but it’s more complex than that. Next week, UNCG Theatre mounts “Clybourne Park,” a play by Bruce Norris that… Read More >