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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

Attend Scratch Day 2015!

Would you like to learn how to create awesome animations, digital stories, or video games?  Come to our first Scratch …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

Public Service Leadership Lecture with Sharon Decker

Sharon Decker, a UNCG graduate, former foundation and nonprofit executive, Duke Energy executive, and N. C. Secretary of the Department …Read More

Sustainability Film + Discussion Series: “Growing Cities”

Growing Cities is a documentary film that examines the role of urban farming in America and asks how much power it …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

Triad Startup Weekend – April 17-19, 2015

54 Hours of collaboration, fun and high speed progress toward your next Startup! The next Triad Startup Weekend will be …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

As boy, he escaped from Nazi Germany

It’s one thing to read about the Holocaust and Nazi Germany in books or see black and white pictures. It’s …Read More