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Making music with the Indigo Girls

Before their University Concert and Lecture Series performance, the Indigo Girls talked making music and collaboration with students.

A Journey of 0.4 Miles in Twenty Years

It took Kevin Lawson 20 years to go 0.4 miles from the Music Building as a freshmen piano performance major to Taylor Theatre as the first MFA with a concentration in Musical Theatre Directing.

Professor’s estate gift impacts UNCG arts

The arts at UNCG received a $266,389 gift from the estate of former art history professor Claire Kelleher, a longtime faculty member and scholar of medieval art and architecture.

Professor’s estate gift impacts UNCG Arts

The $266,389 gift in honor of Dr. Claire Kelleher supports students with a declared major in art history, supports Weatherspoon Art Gallery acquisitions, enhances the library’s holdings in art and fine printed books, and funds performances by guest artists.

A top-to-bottom tour of the UNCG Auditorium

James Goins and Scott Garrison share some of the secrets and history of the auditorium during a walk through the building – from the basement to the attic – and share what it takes to create memorable experiences for audiences and performers.

Alumna returns to UNCG for masterclass and performance

Shayla Taylor ‘20 shares what made the School of Dance feel like home, the anxiety of graduating during a pandemic, and the campus support that helped her net a spot with the Urban Bush Women dance company. She will share her expertise with students in a masterclass, then perform for the community as part of the University Concert & Lecture Series on Friday.