Join us for evenings of open exchange to explore contemporary issues in art for practicing artists, art theorists, and the interested public of the Triad. Hosted by UNCG faculty Nicole Scalissi from Art History and Mariam Aziza Stephan from Studio Art. RSVP's are required to come in person. All events will be accessible via Zoom.
September 17th, 2020: 5:30pm - 7:30pm Topic: How does art reflect the public. (Or doesn't)
Featuring music by Cassie Wieland, Eric P. Mandat, and Steve Reich, 'Sisyphus' explores musical soundscapes that recur, relapse, and evolve, and concludes with the world premiere of a new work by Andy Hudson.
Fall 2020 Colloquium Series: Revolution Mill: Mill Revolution (Part 1)
Hosted by Taylor Allison Part One: Revolution Mill On-Site History November 4th, 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Join us at the campus of Revolution Mill for a visit to the history museum, a walking tour of the grounds, and a conversation between the tour guide Nick Piornack, Taylor Allison, and Anna Abhau Elliott.
Fall 2020 MFA Colloquium Series: $3X: A Conversation About Continuing Sex Education
Hosted by Ash Strazzinski November 14th, 3pm
What is sex for? How do we do it? In what ways do we as individuals change and how does that relate (or not relate) to sex? These are a few questions that we engage with during this hour-long workshop and conversation.
The School of Art at UNC Greensboro and Greensboro Project Space is proud to announce the Fall 2020 Senior BFA Exhibition. In this moment, we bring together the creative and critical explorations of graduating seniors, who are working in various disciplines.
Fall 2020 Colloquium Series: Revolution Mill: Mill Revolution (Part 2)
Hosted by Anna Abhau Elliot Part One: Greensboro Massacre in 2020 November 18th, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Join a Zoom discussion with Anna Abhau Elliott, Taylor Allison, Dillon Tyler (Docent at Civil Rights Institute). We will tackle the question of how the history of the Greensboro Massacre is used in this contemporary moment.