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New Faculty Members Showcase Their Art In Rowe Exhibition

| January 22, 2017 | 0 Comments
New Faculty Members Showcase Their Art In Rowe Exhibition

I am not an art expert. Quite frankly, I don’t know if I would even refer to myself as an art beginner. Still, I do enjoy art and museums, which made attending the opening reception of the Andrew Leventis and Ally Sulpy Galleries a wonderful experience. Leventis and Sulpy are both new faculty here at […]

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Standing With Standing Rock

| November 8, 2016 | 0 Comments
Standing With Standing Rock

The performance of Larry Yazzie was promoted to students at UNC Charlotte as a Native American Dance concert, but it was so much more. Yazzie and manager/performer Christal Moose teamed together to take their audience on a musical and spiritual journey. Before Moose introduced Yazzie, she took the time to tell her audience a little […]

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Anne Austin Pearce: Mesmerizing Answers

| October 29, 2016 | 0 Comments
Anne Austin Pearce: Mesmerizing Answers

If you’re looking for new aesthetically visual pleasures on campus, besides the Student Art Showcase in the Union Gallery, Anne Austin Pearce, a Kansas based artist, is currently exhibiting her collection in Rowe Gallery from Oct. 3 to Nov. 2. As for the theme, Pearce gives a concrete depiction: “My work responds to the ambiguous […]

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UNCC Students Show Off Their Skills

| October 26, 2016 | 0 Comments
UNCC Students Show Off Their Skills

On Friday Oct. 20, the Campus Activity Board hosted their Fall Talent Show in McKnight Hall, allowing 13 gifted students to take the stage and be recognized for their talents. Talent shows have a tendency to be over saturated with certain types of performances, but this was not a problem here. I was impressed by […]

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UNCC Artists Showcase Snapshots of their Talents

| October 25, 2016 | 0 Comments
UNCC Artists Showcase Snapshots of their Talents

Photos by Austin Chaney. I have always been and will always be jealous of those who have a knack for art; needless to say, I do not have it.  I am always the person who looks over your shoulder when you are drawing or painting and asks the stupid question, “Did you make that?”  Obviously I […]

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2016 Sanskrit gallery exhibition review

| March 25, 2016 | 0 Comments
2016 Sanskrit gallery exhibition review

Photos by Pooja Pasupula . If you’re at the Student Union, be sure to take a stroll through the Art Gallery to view some of the phenomenal work featured in this year’s edition of the Sanskrit Literary-Arts Magazine. Sanskrit is UNC Charlotte’s nationally recognized and award-winning literary-arts magazine. Featuring submissions from artists around the world, […]

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Spoken word speaks to all

| March 2, 2016 | 0 Comments
Spoken word speaks to all

On Feb. 24, I was one of the many in attendance of the Open Mic Poetry Night at After Hours. I did not know what to expect; not everyone can write poetry and others don’t know how to recite it. Yet, I was blown away, everyone who got up and performed did a phenomenal job. […]

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Rejecting the norm of Hollywood film: Hutton

| January 26, 2016 | 0 Comments
Rejecting the norm of Hollywood film: Hutton

Photos by Leysha Caraballo Peter Hutton  is exactly what you would expect an artist to be: mid-length curly hair, thick rimmed glasses and self-depreciating humor. But most of all, he rejects cultural norms and sees things in ways other people usually wouldn’t. You see, Hutton is an experimental filmmaker, which is a mode of film making […]

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‘The Opulence of Integrity’ looks to take all of campus by storm

| January 19, 2016 | 0 Comments
‘The Opulence of Integrity’ looks to take all of campus by storm

On Jan. 29th at 7PM in the Belk Theatre, located in Robinson Hall, choreographer Christal Brown and her nine member ensemble group from the INSPIRIT Dance Company will be performing their dance-theatre piece, “The Opulence of Integrity: A Movement Odyssey Exploring the Life and Legacy of Muhammad Ali” for the students of UNC Charlotte. The […]

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Matt Braunger brings his nationwide ‘Ding Donger Tour’ to Charlotte

| October 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Matt Braunger brings his nationwide ‘Ding Donger Tour’ to Charlotte

*November tour dates have been cancelled  Comedian Matt Braunger comes to Charlotte Nov. 4 at The Comedy Zone. You may know Braunger from his recurring role as a cast member on the popular TruTV series “How to Be a Grown Up” or as a cast member on MADtv. Braunger also hosts “The Ding-Donger” podcast on Nerdist and his “Big, Dumb Animal” comedy […]

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Meet the McCoys

| October 7, 2015 | 1 Comment
Meet the McCoys

The UNC Charlotte Department of Art & Art History and Rowe Arts Gallery presents, Priest of the Temple, an exhibition by multi-media artists, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy. The installation art explores corporate culture in the West and its role in shaping society. By incorporating landscapes, a traditional art subject, with the contemporary forms of collage […]

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Student Art Showcase review

| September 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
Student Art Showcase review

Photos by Leysha Caraballo. Campus Activities Board hosts its annual Student Art showcase. Students with a passion for art were invited to submit a piece to be featured on the second floor of the Student Union. I’m not an artsy person, but I admire those who are willing to display their talent. One drawing that […]

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Latin awareness showcase kicks off Spanish Heritage Month

| September 22, 2015 | 0 Comments
Latin awareness showcase kicks off Spanish Heritage Month

UNC Charlotte’s Latino Student Services Office celebrated the start of Spanish Heritage month with its Latino Awareness Showcase. The event began with an open art gallery featuring works from local elementary students. The artwork expressed students’ response to immigration, as well as a series of paintings by Edwin Gil, a Colombian artist based in Charlotte. […]

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“Publicly Identified” exhibit offers a topic worth discussing

| September 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
“Publicly Identified” exhibit offers a topic worth discussing

Photos by Ben Robson. Before reading this article, I implore you to explore the history of the Stonewall Riots (yeah, yeah, it’s courtesy of Wikipedia, but they have the most in depth history of it), that shaped New York and the entire LGBT community in the 1960’s, as well as are discussed below. The main goal in […]

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