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Close Looks at Cocktail Hour: Stacey L. Kirby’s Bronzed VALIDity

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Join the Ackland’s Object Based Teaching Fellow, Erin Dickey, for an informal conversation focused on one work of art from the Ackland’s new Close Looks digital feature. Plan to look closely and think collectively—and bring a drink of your choosing. On April 21, we’ll look at Durham artist Stacey Kirby’s Bronzed VALIDity. Registration is limited.... Read More →

Virtual Family and Friends Sunday: The Art and Science of Clouding

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Join the Ackland virtually as we spend time in the clouds! We will be highlighting Clouding: Shape and Sign in Asian Art in connection with the month-long North Carolina Science Festival! Each month, the Ackland hosts a free program for families, kids, and the young at heart featuring hands-on art activities, live performances, tours, and... Read More →

Virtual Art for Lunch: Maggie Cao

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Featuring Maggie Cao (UNC Department of Art and Art History) and Elizabeth Manekin (Ackland Head of University Programs and Academic Projects) Join us for a virtual version of Art for Lunch, our interview-style talk with the Ackland’s Elizabeth Manekin to discuss how Cao’s class “Introduction to American Art” utilizes the Ackland’s collection to explore diverse... Read More →

The John & June Allcott Gallery: Ejecta Projects Presents Scatter Terrain

Zoom , United States

Curated by Anthony Cervino and Shannon Egan Registration link (available until start of event): Gallery Hours: Per our semester Covid policies, the exhibition can be viewed through the gallery’s glass front wall, 9-5 M-F Featuring Artists: Avye Alexandres, Chad Andrews, Sarah Aziz, Jackie Brown, Stefani Byrd, Zoë Charlton, Locus Xiaotong Chen, Sarah Crofts, Jason Cytaki,... Read More →


Virtual Event

Registration Link (available until start of event): Jiha Moon’s gestural paintings, mixed media, ceramic sculpture, and installations explore fluid identities and the global movement of people and their cultures. She says, “I am a cartographer of cultures and an icon maker in my lucid worlds.” She is taking cues from wide ranges of history of Eastern and Western... Read More →

Lunch with Friends and Strangers – Matt Andrews on Babe Ruth

Zoom , United States

Carolina Public Humanities presents Lunch with Friends and Strangers ______________ Friday, September 24 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm featuring Matt Andrews, Teaching Associate Professor of History and Babe Ruth Click in with Carolina Public Humanities’ Max Owre for Virtual Lunch With Friends and Strangers: Conversations With Faculty. Don’t miss this series of one-on-one talks with Tar Heels... Read More →

Quintets for Strings and Clarinet | WSN Artists Series

UNC Chapel Hill

FEATURING: Donald L. Oehler, clarinet Nicholas DiEugenio, Leah Peroutka, violins Sam Gold, viola Brent Wissick, cello $15 general admission, $10 students and UNC faculty/staff. This performance is part of the William S. Newman Artists series. Tickets are available for purchase at the door or online (order form coming soon).

Carolina Public Humanities – Great Books Reading Group

Zoom , United States

Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Deadby Olga Tokarczuk featuring Eliza Rose, Assistant Professor of Central European Studies Join UNC faculty leaders for a robust discussion of classic texts, ancient to modern. This reading group will meet virtually over Zoom from 10 am to 12 pm. Registration required. Meeting Date: Wednesday, September 29 Cost:... Read More →

Chapel Hill Carrboro Community Holiday Parade

Join us for a festive and inclusive parade that celebrates the winter holiday season! Watch community groups strut along Franklin Street with giant floats, seasonal displays, performers, and more. This event is created in collaboration with the Towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro, Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership, UNC Arts Everywhere, and UNC & Community.

Beyond Spring Cleaning: Confronting the Strange Magic of Personal Possessions

The Friday Conference Center 100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill

Many of us have been—or will be—called upon to clean out the home of a loved one or cull our own possessions when moving or downsizing. When the antique-dealer parents of writer and professor Julia Ridley Smith passed away, they left behind a house chock full of furniture, books, artifacts, and paper. Smith wrote about... Read More →