Community & Friends


UNCG’s new Art Truck hits the road

In early May, a vibrant truck appeared outside UNCG’s Gatewood Studio Arts Building. Adorned on its sides read slogans such …Read More

Triad Stage, UNCG Theatre team for ‘Common Enemy’

UNCG’s The Globe and the Cosmos series is going out with a slam dunk. Triad Stage presents “Common Enemy” June …Read More

Colors of Rhythm – A Rare Percussion Trio Concert & Nepal Relief Fundraiser

Experience the varying sounds of percussion from around the world, with the unique combination of Djembe (An African drum), Jaltarang …Read More

Betsy Buford, Fred Chappell will receive UNCG’s highest honors

Betsy Buford has worked to preserve and promote North Carolina’s history and arts. Fred Chappell has spread literary wealth to …Read More

New Short Film Festival April 27 at UNCG

Come to the lawn in front of UNCG’s Jackson Library, bring a chair or a blanket, have a few slices …Read More

August Wilson’s “Joe Turner’s Come & Gone” April 22-26

UNCG’S Brown Theatre stage will be transformed into a 1911 Pittsburgh boarding house April 22-26, as UNCG’s Theatre Department stages …Read More

Philip Glass, April 14, at UNCG

Philip Glass, one of the most celebrated composers of the modern era, performs with violinist Timothy Fain Tuesday, April 14, …Read More

Evening with actress/singer Molly Ringwald & UNCG Jazz Ensemble

Award-winning performer Molly Ringwald is probably best known for her roles in the John Hughes’ motion pictures “Sixteen Candles,” “The …Read More

Enjoy UNCG Music – and Dance – Live Via the Web

Enjoying a UNCG Music performance is always a wonderful experience. You can’t get to a particular performance? It may be …Read More

Pinocchio: North Carolina Theatre for Young People

The North Carolina Theatre for Young People presents Pinocchio, by Greg Banks, and based on the story by Carlo Collodi. …Read More