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JUNE 21 – AUGUST 27 | LIVE: Virtual 2021 Senior

Join us to celebrate our graduating Studio Art seniors of Spring 2021 in a virtual exhibition of their ARTS 500 seminar works. 25 students have selected works from across artistic disciplines in many different formats and media. The exhibition website will go live on May 10, 2021. Check our event link for the URL from […]

Leave Your Mark: The Morrison Art Studio Community Virtual Mural

Join us for Morrison Art Studio’s Arts Everywhere Day project→ A Virtual Mural! The Project To celebrate the arts this year on campus, we at Morrison Art Studio want to make a collective project that allows everyone in the UNC community to participate and contribute. Since this year’s Arts Everywhere Day’s theme is reflections, we […]

Highlights from the Ackland Art Museum Collection

ABOUT THE COLLECTION The collection of the Ackland Art Museum now includes approximately 19,000 works of art. The Museum makes acquisitions on the basis of three criteria: Artistic excellence (compelling visual form and thematic content),Relationship to the existing collection and the exhibition program, andPotential for teaching and learning. In the words of an early mission […]

DIY Carolina Crafts at Home- Birdseed Cookies, Rock Painting and

From simple paint projects and birdseed cookies to DIY cushions and more, enjoy Tar Heel inspired crafts for every age, courtesy of the UNC General Alumni Association. Birdseed Cookies The one is for the birds, literally! An easy, eco-friendly craft adaptable to whatever cookie cutters you have at home. Hint, hint: Tar Heel or state […]

DIY Carolina Crafts at Home- Bookmarks, Magnets and Crochet Headbands

From simple paint projects and birdseed cookies to DIY cushions and more, enjoy Tar Heel inspired crafts for every age, thanks to the UNC General Alumni Association. Origami Rameses and RJ Bookmarks These super spirited reading buddies are fun for Tar Heel bookworms of all ages! Click to Download Covered Button Push Pins and Magnets […]

A Creative Outlet

Over the past year, as they navigated isolation and stress, these Tar Heels turned to something they can control and lose themselves in: art. Photos by Johnny Andrews, University Communications, Monday, March 8th, 2021 Whether it’s through music, literature, photography, art or physical performance, many Carolina students have embraced their creative side to help manage disruptions […]

Creative Futures Artist Initiative Launched by Carolina Performing Arts

Carolina Performing Arts has launched Creative Futures, an initiative that brings artists to Chapel Hill to collaborate with UNC faculty, local community members, and one another. Here's a glimpse inside the Creative Futures fellowship. December 8, 2020 The process of making art can be a powerful catalyst for creating community. With that in mind, in summer 2018, Carolina Performing […]

ARt Walk on Franklin, Presented by Arts Everywhere

About ARt Walk on Franklin ARt Walk on Franklin is a cutting-edge augmented reality experience that was created to highlight local art and generate more foot traffic for downtown businesses. The project began in the Summer of 2020 in collaboration with the Carolina ARVR student group and the UNC Summer of Code. A selected team of six […]

JANUARY 8-16 | LIVE: Modulation | PROTOTYPE Festival

LIVE UPCOMING EVENTCO-PRESENTED BY CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTSFRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2021| 8:00 P.M EST - SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2021 | 11:59 P.M. ESTREGISTER HERE Ticketed patrons can stream this experience from 8 PM EST on January 8 through 11:59 PM EST on January 16, 2021. Registration closes at 11:59 PM EST on January 15, 2021.  Art is how […]

Interactive Gallery #ArtWalkOnFranklin, is Now LIVE

Art Walk on Franklin will be live now until January 1st, 2021. Check it out! Art Walk on Franklin is a cutting-edge augmented reality experience that was created to highlight local art and generate more foot traffic for downtown businesses. The Project The project began in the Summer of 2020 in collaboration with the Carolina ARVR student […]