UNCG Campus Weekly

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

Carolina Band Festival Honor Bands Concert

Saturday, Feb. 20 – 2 p.m. – Aycock Auditorium – Admission is free [Read more…]

Falk Visiting Artist’s Gallery Talk, Lecture

020310EyeOnArts_AshkinFalk Visiting Artist Michael Ashkin will deliver a gallery talk and artist lecture Feb. 10 and 11. [Read more…]

Society of Composers Regional Conference

Ten concerts on campus this week will include music of composers around the country. The concerts will also include School of Music performers and regional artists such as the Red Clay Sax Quartet, UNCG Cassella Sinfonietta, UNCG Jazz Ensemble, Skin Ensemble, Blue Mountain Ensemble and the guest appearance of the Westhuizen Duo. [Read more…]

“Existed: Leonardo Drew” Opens with Talk, Dance Feb. 5

012710EyeOnArts_DrewThe Weatherspoon will be the sole museum to present “Existed: Leonardo Drew” in the Southeast. The major mid-career survey exhibition includes fourteen large-scale works, including one specially adapted by the artist for the Weatherspoon’s atrium, along with eight works on paper. [Read more…]

Latin Jazz

The Latin jazz sextet, Conjunto, led by student Antonio Truyols, will perform Wednesday, Feb. 3.  The concert will be from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Music Building, Collins Lecture Hall.  It will be free of charge. [Read more…]

Art in the MRC

012710EyeOnArts_ExhibitAttend an art reception featuring the work of Jonathan Cobbs, Maurice Moore and Christian Ryan. The reception, where the students be talking about their work, will be Wednesday, Feb. 3, 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. in the Multicultural Resource Center, EUC.

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Istarú Reads Poetry, Performs

012010EyeOnArts_IstaruUNCG’s Center for Creative Writing in the Arts will host two events featuring internationally acclaimed Costa Rican playwright, poet and actress Ana Istarú. [Read more…]

High School Piano Day Slated for Jan. 30

Keyboard faculty from the School of Music will offer master classes to high school piano students – and for the first time, organ students – during the eighth annual High School Piano Day Saturday, Jan. 30. [Read more…]

Soweto Gospel Choir Jan. 18

011310EyeOnArts_SowetoThe Grammy Award-winning Soweto Gospel Choir will share the spirit and sound of African gospel music when it performs Monday, Jan. 18, in Aycock Auditorium. [Read more…]

2-D out, 3-D in

011310EyeOnArtsLipskiSMFor most of the twentieth century, sculpture seemed to be the poor relation of modernist art, compared to painting. Its status changed, however, in the 1960s when painting lost its central position, replaced by three-dimensional art. The Weatherspoon’s exhibition “American Art: 1960-Present; Five Decades of Innovation” surveys some of the sculptural movements that have evolved since 1960. [Read more…]