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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 […]

Well Read with David Zucchino and William Sturkey

{ "channelId" : 18308, "language": "en-US", "commId" : 431038, "displayMode" : "standalone", "height" : "auto" } Join Elaine L. Westbrooks, Vice Provost and University Librarian in conversation with Pulitzer Prize winner, David Zucchino and UNC associate professor of history, William Sturkey. This second installment of Well Read will cover David’s time as a contributing foreign […]

Think Like an Actor: Approaching Hamlet’s “Get Thee to a

PlayMakers company member Ray Dooley takes us on an in depth look at one of Shakespeare's most famous scenes. This is a recording of the live online event that took place on June 22, 2020 with Vivienne Benesch and questions from PlayMakers patrons and supporters.

Say Their Names Memorial Workouts: Monika Diamond

PRESENTED BY UNC CAMPUS REC We must stand together with the victims of police brutality, hateful acts, and social injustice due to the color of their skin. Join us for this series of at-home workouts designed to honor those who were taken too soon due to acts of hate and violence. These workouts aren’t meant […]

PPE in a Time of Pandemic: Immigration Regulations

In our increasingly globalized world, the experience of a pandemic raises vexed issues about the regulation of immigration. In recent weeks, President Donald Trump has issued an executive order limiting skilled immigration to the United States. And even more recently, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) has issued a determination that functions to make […]

Virtual Art Adventures AM Session: Mobile Mania!

VIDEO RECORDING COMING SOON Join us as the Ackland takes our popular Art Adventures class online with instructor Allison Tierney! Class sessions will be limited to 15 participants*. A supply list and Zoom meeting link will be distributed to registrants prior to the class session. To use Zoom, students will need access to an internet-connected […]

Earth, Moon and Sun

Why does the Sun rise and set?What does the Moon look like close-up?What causes the Moon to appear to change shape over the month?Let’s explore the relationship between Earth, the Moon, and the Sun. We’ll use planetarium software to help us answer these questions. To extend this lesson, you can watch the FREE 360° video […]

Building Elder Protection Networks in North Carolina

VIDEO RECORDING COMING SOON Many groups, individuals, and agencies across North Carolina are involved with protecting older adults from abuse, neglect, and exploitation. What role do they each play? How can and do they work together? What might they want to do in the future to build an even stronger elder protection network? Join School […]

Compose Carolina: Summer Music Series

Performing Friday, July 17, at 12 PM will be David Green and James Larkins. UNC Department of Music and Carolina Performing Arts are thrilled to co-host Compose Carolina, a weekly live stream concert series highlighting UNC student and alumni musicians' original compositions, with conversations led by UNC Department of Music faculty members. Each week, we'll […]

Giant Leaps

Fifty-one years ago yesterday, a human being first walked on the Moon, in what astronaut Neil Armstrong called a “giant leap” for humankind. What might our next giant leaps be? To learn more about the Apollo 11 Moon landing, watch Morehead’s 6-minute 360° video One Giant Leap here: This webinar was recorded on July 21, 2020.