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arts and design

Imagining America is excited to announce the launch of the new IAStoryShare podcast

IAStoryShare is a project of Imagining America (IA) where publicly engaged artists, designers, scholars, students and other community members share …Read More

3rd Annual Novem Mason Symposium

Save the date for the 3rd Annual Novem Mason Symposium on Community-Engaged Design. “Housing the Community:  Design & Dialogue” March …Read More

Call for Applications: 2015-16 Publicly Active Graduate Education Fellows

PAGE (Publicly Active Graduate Education) is Imagining America’s network for publicly engaged graduate students in humanities, arts, and design. PAGE …Read More

Student Fellowships for Community-Engaged Design

Are you interested in collaborating on projects that connect UNCG to the greater Greensboro community through the design of the …Read More

Rock, Paper, Scissors, and String Family Day

Under the guidance of Elaine Gustafson, Weatherspoon’s Curator of Collections, and Dr. Sunny Spillane, Assistant Professor of Art Education, UNCG’s Elementary …Read More

Dance on Film, this Sunday

Enjoy a unique Dance for the Camera Festival featuring internationally submitted adjudicated works and a panel discussion with professional filmmakers. …Read More

Art: Triumphs of Survivors of Domestic / Sexual Violence

A new exhibition in the UNCG Multicultural Resource Center in the EUC displays art that was created by survivors of …Read More

Dava Sobel, author of ‘Galileo’s Daughter,” will speak tonight at UNCG Music Building

Dava Sobel has done more in this century to raise the public’s consciousness of Galileo’s life story and scientific discoveries …Read More

UNCG Summer Camps 2015

Looking into summer camp options? Each year, thousands of young people in the Triad and beyond enjoy camps at UNCG …Read More

Tiny Houses Tackling Big Problems

GREENSBORO, N.C. — More than 200 people have already registered to participate in the Second Annual Novem Mason Symposium on …Read More