Arts: Transforming the 21st-Century Liberal Arts Education

Creativity and innovation come from thinking about problems and connecting ideas in new ways. Empowering arts programs to enrich every corner of campus and making sure creative thought informs every student's education strengthen Carolina's teaching, research and public service missions, and position Carolina as a national leader in transforming the 21st-century liberal arts education.

    Arts Funding Priorities

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    Portrait of Sanchez
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    Retracing Her Roots

    Exploring and documenting immigration family history through art

    Maya Lin lectures in the Nelson Mandela Auditorium, located in the FedEx Global Center
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    Art, Architecture and Memorials

    This year’s Frey Lecture offered fascinating insight into an artist’s oeuvre

    Dana Cowen, Sheldon Peck Curator for European and American Art before 1950 at the Ackland Art Museum, at Sloane Art Library
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    A Continuing Resource

    An Ackland curator used library resources to curate a multi-part installation

    Alex M. Sanchez
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    Retracing A Family’s Roots

    An Arts Everywhere Innovation Grant helped fund an immigration documentary project

    Kelli Smith-Biwer in the Beat Lab. (Photo by Jess Abel)
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    Meet the Inaugural Arts Everywhere Graduate Fellow in Music Technology

    Creating work that depends on community engagement and activism

    An engraving of two indigenous people of North Carolina by Theodor de Bry
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    Michael N. Joyner ’77 Donates Collection of Rare Engravings

    Michael N. Joyner ’77 donates collection of rare engravings depicting North Carolina’s original inhabitants to the Ackland Art Museum.