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Honoring Black Artists: Zaire Miles-Moultrie

UNCG student Zaire Miles-Moultrie looks over his work

Zaire Miles-Moultrie says choosing UNCG allowed him to be “who I wanted to be.” In one year, the entrepreneurship and fine art double major has launched an exhibit, taken first place at UNCG’s undergrad expo, and become an AXA Art Prize finalist.


Honoring Black Artists: Princess Johnson

UNCG alumna Princess Johnson smiles

UNCG alumna Princess Johnson ‘07 will be taking audiences on “The Hair Journey,” in her original ballet, premiering in April. Tickets are now on sale.


Honoring Black Artists: Robin Gee

UNCG professor Robin Gee dances with her back turned to camera. A group of people dancers in front of her.

UNC Greensboro Associate Professor Robin Gee has created many films – but her latest is personal – diving into the centennial of the suffragette movement from the perspective of women of color.


Applications Open For Greensboro Project Space Summer Residency

UNCG alum Ashe Smith works on an art piece involving two TVs in Greensboro Project Space

Applications are now open for the Greensboro Project Space summer student residency. The program allows students to experiment and create with their art beyond the classroom. Each student – either a junior, senior, or recently graduated alum – gets their own gallery space in GPS.


Honoring Black Artists: David Aarons

David Aarons

As an ethnomusicologist, UNCG Assistant Professor David Aarons focuses on music’s role in culture. He and his students use music as a lens to see how cultures move, adapt, and interact over time.


Honoring Black Artists: Janinah Burnett

UNCG visiting professor of voice Janinah Burnett sits at a piano

UNCG Visiting Assistant Professor of Voice Janinah Burnett joins UNCG for the 2023-24 school year after years of stage experience in a famous real opera and a famous fictional opera as well.