Arts and Culture

UNC Charlotte to present exciting lineup for Charlotte SHOUT! Festival

Categories: General News Tags: Arts and Culture

UNC Charlotte is an official Ideas Pillar Sponsor for the upcoming Charlotte SHOUT! Festival. For 17 days this spring, Charlotte SHOUT! will invigorate Uptown delivering performances, installations, food trucks, interactive art and engaging conversations to plazas and venues in Center City.

Mint Museum showcases artwork by Charlotte alumna Marianne Lieberman

Categories: General News Tags: Alumni, Arts and Culture

By the time Marianne Lieberman ’75 came to UNC Charlotte to pursue a Bachelor of Creative Arts, she had already faced enough challenges, had enough adventures and endured enough traumas for three lifetimes. And not just because she was a student in her 40s among a cohort of 20-somethings.

Lieberman, who graduated in 1975, started life in 1927 in Vienna, Austria, as the daughter of a Jewish doctor, enjoying the opportunities of the educated upper middle class. But in 1938, that world was destroyed.

UNC Charlotte’s International Festival is back, Saturday, Sept. 23

Categories: General News Tags: Arts and Culture

UNC Charlotte’s International Festival is back and better than ever. The University’s longest-running cultural event is set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 23, in and around the Barnhardt Student Activity Center.

University joins Charlotte SHOUT! as Ideas Pillar sponsor

For the first time, UNC Charlotte is a partner in presenting Charlotte SHOUT!, which will invigorate Uptown Charlotte, bringing performances, installations, food trucks, interactive art and engaging conversations to plazas and venues in the center city.

Celebrate Black History Month 2023 throughout February

Categories: Diversity Tags: Arts and Culture, Diversity

UNC Charlotte invites you to celebrate Black History Month with us by participating in events and learning opportunities throughout February.

Voice professor to perform with Opera Carolina, releases album

Sequina DuBose, assistant professor of voice, will sing the role of Clara in the Opera Carolina production of George Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess.” Performances will take place Jan. 22-28 at the Belk Theater in the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center.

She also recently released her debut album, “Blurred Lines: 21st Century Hybrid Vocal Literature.”

Architecture professor’s plaza design activates heart of Rock Hill

The Bleachery Heritage Project is coming to fruition through a design and fabrication process led by Rachel Dickey with a team of architecture students and collaborators.

Charlotte first stop for American tour of London museum exhibit ‘Nature Morte’

UNC Charlotte is the first American host for a stunning exhibition developed by the Museum of Contemporary Art in London.

Reel Life

Theater and Film Professor Jay Morong helps open The Independent Picture House in NoDa.

Reconstructed dance to be performed in NYC

“Tracer,” a work by modern dance icon Paul Taylor was reconstructed at UNC Charlotte in 2016, will be performed by the Paul Taylor Dance Company in its upcoming Joyce Theater season at the famed New York City theater on June 15, 17 and 18.