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Ackland Film Forum: “Old Joy”

Varsity Theater

Join us for the next screening in the Ackland Film Forum’s Spring 2023 series Do Something: Responding to Climate Change presented by UNC Film Studies and the Ackland Art Museum. Old Joy (Kelly Reichardt, 2006) Varsity Theatre, 123 E. Franklin Street | 7:30 p.m. Free Tickets at the Varsity Theatre Introduction by Dr. Rick Warner... Read More →

Free

Ackland Film Forum: “The Last Forest” (Luiz Bolognesi, Brazil, 2021)

Varsity Theater

Join us for the next screening in the Ackland Film Forum’s Spring 2023 series Do Something: Responding to Climate Change presented by UNC Film Studies and the Ackland Art Museum. “The Last Forest” (Luiz Bolognesi, Brazil, 2021) Varsity Theatre, 123 E. Franklin Street | 7:30 p.m. Free Tickets at the Varsity Theatre Introduction by Dr.... Read More →

Free

2nd Friday ArtWalk at the Ackland: Wine, Food, and Local Art

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

For this very special 2nd Friday ArtWalk, the Ackland has partnered with Melanated Wine and the Underground Collective to curate an evening of wine, food, and local art connecting with and celebrating the Museum’s current exhibition Unsettled Things: Art from an African American South. WINE & FOOD EXPERIENCE by MELANATED WINE Prepare your taste buds... Read More →

$25

Artist Talk: Amalia Pica

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join the Ackland Art Museum for an artist talk with Amalia Pica, internationally renowned London-based Argentinian artist whose major commissioned installation Drawn to Explain has just been completed at the Craige Parking Deck on UNC’s campus. Pica will discuss how this very large-scale, multifaceted work fits within her broader body of work, which often explores... Read More →

Free

2nd Friday ArtWalk: Caldwell Artists in Conversation

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join us for a lively conversation about contemporary Native American Art with artists Teri Greeves (Kiowa) and Keri Ataumbi (Kiowa), moderated by Jami Powell (Osage), Curator of Indigenous Art at Dartmouth’s Hood Museum. The talk begins at 6 p.m. and a reception for participants will follow. Registration is required — reserved your free ticket at... Read More →

Free

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Tour: A Closer Look at “A Product of its Environment”

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join Ackland educators for a lively half-hour look at two works of art. These engaging conversational tours offer a closer look at and new perspectives on works on view in A Product of Its Environment: Selected Works by the MFA Class of 2024. Free, no RSVP required. Image: Molly English, American, born 1993, Bluebell Lovespell,... Read More →

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Tour: A Closer Look at “A Product of its Environment”

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join Ackland educators for a lively half-hour look at two works of art. These engaging conversational tours offer a closer look at and new perspectives on works on view in A Product of Its Environment: Selected Works by the MFA Class of 2024. Free, no RSVP required. Image: Molly English, American, born 1993, Bluebell Lovespell,... Read More →

Recurring

Tour: A Closer Look at “A Product of its Environment”

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join Ackland educators for a lively half-hour look at two works of art. These engaging conversational tours offer a closer look at and new perspectives on works on view in A Product of Its Environment: Selected Works by the MFA Class of 2024. Free, no RSVP required. Image: Molly English, American, born 1993, Bluebell Lovespell,... Read More →

2nd Friday ArtWalk: Twilights on the Terrace with Georgie Nakima

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Spend a summer evening making art at the Ackland’s 2nd Friday ArtWalk: Twilights on the Terrace. Charlotte-based artist Georgie Nakima will be back at the Ackland to lead pop-up art-making sessions inspired by her pen and watercolor portraits, as well as her installation Pantheress, on view through July in the Ackland’s ART& space. At 6,... Read More →

2nd Friday ArtWalk: Twilights on the Terrace

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Spend a summer evening making art at the Ackland’s 2nd Friday ArtWalk: Twilights on the Terrace. Relax on the Ackland’s front Terrace with a drop-in project inspired by Philip Taaffe’s painting Granada, making geometric wax-resist watercolors – free, all ages, and all materials provided. Taaffe’s painting is featured in our current exhibition Arranged: Recent Acquisitions... Read More →