Arts & Culture

UNCG alumnus to bring film screening to where it all began

“Lost Colony,” written, directed and produced by UNCG alumnus Christopher Holmes ’05 MFA, has been shown at prestigious film festivals in Boston, Portland and across… Read More >

Photo of Ralph Eggleston sketching

‘Toy Story’ visionary to visit campus

Pixar’s Ralph Eggleston, a visionary behind some of the greatest feature-length animated films of the last 20 years, is coming to UNCG’s campus on Friday,… Read More >

Van Dyke Dance Group company member Kelly Swindell and guest artist E.E. Balcos perform Jan Van Dyke's "Lament."

NC Dance Festival to celebrate 25th anniversary at UNCG

The North Carolina Dance Festival (NCDF) is returning to the UNCG Dance Theater this weekend to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The two-day event will include… Read More >

Alumnus brings life to forgotten historical group with book published by Oxford University Press

Dr. Joseph Moore ’11 isn’t trying to make a political or religious statement with his new book “Founding Sins: How a Group of Antislavery Radicals… Read More >

World-Class Violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg to perform at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium

Internationally acclaimed violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg will perform at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 23, at 8 p.m. as part of the 2015-16 University Performing… Read More >

photo of Paul Taylor Dance Company performing "Company B"

Paul Taylor Dance Company to Perform World Premiere at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium

The Paul Taylor Dance Company, one of the world’s foremost contemporary dance groups, will perform at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium on Saturday, Oct. 17, at 8… Read More >

NC Poet Laureate to visit UNCG

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) is a campus with poetry woven into the very fiber of its soul, so it’s only fitting… Read More >

Photo of Caroline Oswalt, a media studies major, during dress rehearsal for "Hairspray

Good morning Baltimore

The first UNCG musical of the year kicks off this week with a whole lot of spunk, hip-shaking and, of course, hairspray. The UNCG School… Read More >

Photo of Will South, former curator of the Weatherspoon Art Museum, standing in front of Maud Gatewood artwork

Gatewood Trail begins

Maud Gatewood ‘54 was more than a painter. She was an artist in every aspect of her life. “Art is really a way to look… Read More >

Elizabeth Hudson signs copies of her book, "Wish You Were Here," in UNCG's Alumni House.

Southern Soul: Our State magazine editor Elizabeth Hudson shares her story at UNCG

There’s a yellowed piece of paper with a jagged edge pinned above Elizabeth Hudson’s desk at Our State magazine. On it, there’s a list penned… Read More >

UNCG to display the artwork of Maud Gatewood as a stop on the Maud Gatewood Trail

For many students and staff on UNCG’s campus, “Gatewood” is simply the name of the university’s studio arts building, but that’s about to change. “Maud… Read More >

UNCG alumna and Our State magazine editor to discuss her new book Wednesday

UNCG alumna Elizabeth Hudson ‘95 began her career at Our State magazine in 1997 answering telephones. Now she’s the editor-in-chief, and she puts more than… Read More >