UNCG Campus Weekly

Campus Weekly is published each Wednesday when classes are in session. In the summer, it is published biweekly.

Matisse exhibition

071311EyeOnArts_MatisseThe Matisse exhibition “In Two and Three Dimensions” will run through Oct. 2 at the Weatherspoon. [Read more…]

Weatherspoon Docent Training Begins Aug. 29

A shared curiosity and desire to create meaningful learning experiences is an essential part of engaging visitors with contemporary art. [Read more…]

Rackstraw Downes Exhibition and Talk

060111EyeOnArts_RackstrawThe Weatherspoon Art Museum presents the exhibition “Rackstraw Downes: Onsite Paintings, 1972-2008.” [Read more…]

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie

060111EyeOnArts_MouseTheatre 232, a Triad Stage and UNCG Theatre summer theatre festival, will present “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” June 16 though July 2 in the Brown Building Theatre. [Read more…]

Persian, Indian, Japanese art at Weatherspoon this summer

051811EyeOnArts_IndianMiniaturesExplore wonderful artwork from Asia, as the Weatherspoon presents two exhibitions. [Read more…]

Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

042711EyeOnArts_MFAThe Weatherspoon Art Museum will present its 2011 UNCG Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition April 30-June 5. [Read more…]

Thesis Films Will be Screened

MFA students in the Department of Media Studies present their thesis films 6-9 p.m. Thursday, May 5, at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. [Read more…]

Indie-Lit Greensboro April 29

Founded in 2007 as the Spring Southeastern Literary Magazine & Independent Press Festival, Indie-Lit Greensboro is an annual event that honors North Carolina’s rich literary heritage and brings to campus some of America’s finest editors and writers. [Read more…]

Michael Parker Will Read from New Novel

041311EyeOnArts_ParkerThe MFA Writing Program and The Greensboro Review will host a fiction reading by Michael Parker on Thursday, April 14, at 7 p.m. in the Faculty Center. [Read more…]

The Big Frieze

041311EyeOnArts_FriezeCome hear from the artist who created Weatherspoon’s fantastic frieze in its entry space. [Read more…]

Miles Davis Jazz Festival April 15

Jazz guitarist Peter Bernstein will headline the annual Miles Davis Jazz Festival April 15. [Read more…]

Dance Explores Narrative, Creative Process

033011EyeOnArts_MFADance“Our Stories,” an evening length dance/theater work, will be presented at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, April 1-2, by Kelly Ozust, a candidate for the MFA degree in choreography. [Read more…]

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance on April 8

033011EyeOnArts_SerenadThe Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company will perform at UNCG Friday, April 8, as part of the Schol of Music, Theatre and DanceUniversity Concert and Lecture Series “Spotlight on the Performing Arts.” [Read more…]

Pulitzer Prize-winning Vogel Speaks April 1

Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist Paula Vogel will speak in Taylor Theatre at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 1. [Read more…]

UNCG Opera’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’

The classic fairy tale opera “Hansel and Gretel” will be this year’s spring opera production by the School of Music, Theatre and Dance. [Read more…]

Greatest Hits of the Civil War

The 19th century produced a lot of memorable songs – and some prolific songwriters. [Read more…]

Dance on Former NFL Player’s Fight with Alzheimer’s

031611EyeOnArts_DadAndMeMelissa Pihos, a graduate student in choreography, will present “PIHOS: A Moving Biography,” a dance work that focuses on her father’s fight with Alzheimer’s disease, at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 25-26, in the UNCG Dance Theater. [Read more…]

Renaissance Music Masters the Tallis Scholars

031611EyeOnArts_TallisScholarsThe Tallis Scholars, a British vocal ensemble recognized worldwide for their performances of Renaissance sacred music, will sing in Greensboro Tuesday, March 29. [Read more…]

‘Hansel and Gretel’ March 15-20, April 16

The children’s classic “Hansel and Gretel, The Little Brother and The Little Sister” will be presented March 15-20 and April 16. [Read more…]

’50 Works for 50 States’ at Weatherspoon

022311EyeOnArts_MainVogelThe Weatherspoon Art Museum will present “The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States.” The exhibition will open Sunday, Feb. 26. [Read more…]

Faculty Music Showcase March 3

A music faculty showcase performance, to raise funds for scholarships, will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, in Aycock Auditorium. [Read more…]

UNCG Theatre to present Shakespeare’s “Pericles”

020911EyeOnArts_PericlesWilliam Shakespeare’s drama, “Pericles,” will be presented by UNCG Theatre Feb. 18-27, in Taylor Building Theatre. [Read more…]

African American Dance Showcase Feb. 21-26

Dance faculty members Duane Cyrus and Robin Gee are coordinating a major showcase of dance events, including a performance concert and workshops by nationally known dancers that will take place in Greensboro Monday through Saturday, Feb. 21-26, in recognition of Black History Month. [Read more…]

Top Students Coming for Band Festival

Top high school musicians from North Carolina and surrounding states will sharpen their skills at the 22nd Carolina Band Festival & Conductors Conference hosted Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 17-19, by the School of Music, Theatre and Dance. [Read more…]

Faculty Artists Present Dance Concert Feb. 11-12

The Department of Dance will present an evening of original work by faculty artists at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 11-12, in Aycock Auditorium. [Read more…]

Symphony Orchestra and Combined Choral Ensembles

The UNCG Symphony Orchestra and combined choral ensembles will present a concert Sunday, Feb. 13, at 3:30 p.m. [Read more…]

Honors String Festival Set for Jan. 20-22

More than 50 of the state’s top high school string musicians and dozens of their teachers will attend the first Southeast Honors String Festival, to be held Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 20-22, at the School of Music, Theatre and Dance. [Read more…]

‘Spelling Bee’ on Stage

011911EyeOnArts_SpellingBee“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” the Tony Award-winning musical comedy that follows six young people as they compete for the championship of a lifetime, will be presented by UNCG Theatre Jan. 28-Feb. 6. [Read more…]

At WAM in Late January, Early February

On tap at the Weatherspoon in the next weeks: [Read more…]

Faculty Recitals at Recital Hall

The School of Music, Theatre and Dance has scheduled several faculty recitals during the spring semester. [Read more…]

Student Art Exhibition at Jackson Library

011211EyeOnArts_DeathmaskFor the second year, Jackson Library features student art in the first floor reading room. [Read more…]

‘Art on Paper’ on View

120810EyeOnArts_ArtOnPaperThe 2010 Art on Paper biennial exhibition remains on view through Feb. 6. Xandra Eden, the Weatherspoon’s Curator of Exhibitions, invited seventy-five artists of regional and international significance to present unique works made on, or of, paper. [Read more…]

‘Amahl’ at Aycock Auditorium

111710EyeOnArts_AmahlJoin the UNCG Opera Theatre on Nov. 19-21, as they present their biennial production of Gian-Carlo Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors.” [Read more…]

“Will Read for Food” Benefit Reading for Greensboro

The 16th anniversary of “Will Read for Food,” the annual program of readings by local authors, will be held from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 18, in the Weatherspoon Auditorium. [Read more…]

Pianist Hamelin Performs in UCLS Concert

Grammy Award-nominated pianist Marc-André Hamelin will bring his distinctive performing style to the stage of Aycock Auditorium when he performs Tuesday, Nov. 9. [Read more…]