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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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Gallery Review: Verve exhibition

| September 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Gallery Review: Verve exhibition

UNC Charlotte’s Department of Arts and Architecture hosts Verve, a 2015 Alumni Biennial Exhibit. Verve is on display until Sept. 25.   Ashley York, Configuration York’s 3D compositions, “Configuration” and “Sequence,” incorporate porcelain and bungee cords. In “Sequence,” found in the center of the exhibit, York displays the ceramic in a vertebra like format, reminiscent to […]

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Olivia Chisholm comes to campus

| April 16, 2015 | 0 Comments
Olivia Chisholm comes to campus

Photos by Varun Joshi

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Rob Paravonian hits UNCC

| April 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
Rob Paravonian hits UNCC

Like many people, I am a big fan of comedy, and stand-ups are no exception. In fact, it is what I enjoy the most when laughing, so there was already some predetermined excitement about seeing comedian Rob Paravonian, a man who has opened up for comedy legend George Carlin in the past, perform on our […]

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CAB Opens the Mic to Students

| March 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
CAB Opens the Mic to Students

Photos by Makeedah Baker. Tuesday, March 17 UNC Charlotte’s Campus Activities Board invited students to sing, dance, tell a joke or deliver a poem at After Hours in Cone University Center.

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CAB Spring Talent Show

| March 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
CAB Spring Talent Show

Photos by Chris Crews. Performing in front of a crowd takes guts. So I’ll start by saying, salute to all those that participated in CAB’s Spring Talent Show, Thursday, March 12 in McKnight Hall. The opening act, Morgan Jones began the show on a high note with “Love on Top” by Beyoncé. A big song […]

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Sanskrit Gallery Review

| March 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Sanskrit Gallery Review

Photos by Ben Robson. Sanskrit is UNC Charlotte’s award winning,nationally recognized literary-arts magazine. The annual publication features worldwide submissions that are then showcased in the Sanskrit Gallery. Sanskrit currently has samples from this year’s publication on display in the Student Union Gallery. Joshua Wood, editor-in-cheif of Sanskrit, said he is pleased with the gallery exhibition and […]

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Rowe Gallery features Brodeur and Schmidt

| January 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Rowe Gallery features Brodeur and Schmidt

Photos by Chris Crews. The Rowe Galleries present exhibitions of work by two faculty members of the Department of Art & Art History. David Brodeur is Associate Professor of Graphic Design. His show, Semantics, Semiotics, & The Second Amendment takes a critical look at some of the issues surrounding the gun culture in the United States. Thomas Schmidt is Assistant […]

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“Magic Stories and Adventure Drawings” is sometimes dark, but ever so charming.

| November 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
“Magic Stories and Adventure Drawings” is sometimes dark, but ever so charming.

As I first walked into Natalie Andrewson’s art exhibit, “Magic Stories and Adventure Drawings,” I was immediately treated to a barrage of different colors, tones, and styles in one room. From darker, southern gothic inspired pieces, to pieces from “The Regular Show” and those quirky Wes Anderson movies. I found myself charmed by these pieces and in […]

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CAB: Student Art Showcase

| October 27, 2014 | 0 Comments
CAB: Student Art Showcase

Created with Admarket’s flickrSLiDR. Photos by Mikki Stith.

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In Case You Missed It: UNC Charlotte Welcomes Valerie Zimany and Daniel Bare

| October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
In Case You Missed It: UNC Charlotte Welcomes Valerie Zimany and Daniel Bare

Photos by Elizabeth Medlin. People encounter art in their lives every single day; everybody sees and thinks about art differently. Many can agree that art is so much better in person, and I think all who see Valerie Zimany and Daniel Bare’s exhibit currently being displayed at the Rowe Arts Gallery can agree with that. […]

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Into the Screen hops onto the canvas at Rowe’s Gallery

| September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Into the Screen hops onto the canvas at Rowe’s Gallery

Into the Screen: Still-Life and Moving Image is on display at the upper floor of Rowe’s Gallery between Oct. 2 and 29. For his upcoming show, artist and part-time teacher, Andrew Leventis takes a screen still from a suspense or horror film and paints the image onto a canvas. “In this series I’m going to […]

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Rowe’s Gallery receives Inheritance exhibit

| September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
Rowe’s Gallery receives  Inheritance exhibit

Photographer and University of Virginia Professor Pamela Pecchio displays her latest show, Inheritance, in Rowe’s upper gallery between Oct. 2 and 29. Her interest in Photography spans back to 1994 when she was a student attending the University of Georgia. There she built a pinhole camera out of balsa wood under the teachings of her […]

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UNC Charlotte Faculty Biennial

| September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
UNC Charlotte Faculty Biennial

Interested in viewing studio art from a different perspective? Visit the Art Faculty Biennial Exhibition currently showing in the Rowe Galleries. The exhibit, which features art from a variety of studio art faculty members at UNC Charlotte, has begun and will last until Sept. 24. Jamie Franki, associate chairperson of the Department of Art and Art History […]

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“While The City Sleeps”

| July 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
“While The City Sleeps”

Charlotte artist, Paul Keysar shows us Queen City nightlife. Keysar’s “While The City Sleeps” features night paintings of urban and country Charlotte. “The things that don’t seem interesting during the day when you get a different light on them at night, they become interesting,” says Keysar. Moonlight, artificial light and a combination of the two […]

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Chor Boogie: color shaman of the art world

| June 17, 2014 | 0 Comments
Chor Boogie: color shaman of the art world

After being rehabilitated at the Iboga House in Costa Rica, Chor Boogie has used spray paint as an outlet for expressing his positive energy. As a result of his treatment , Boogie has made huge developments in his life. He has chosen to shut out anything he considers a negative influence on his body which includes eating […]

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Designing with a cause

| April 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
Designing with a cause

The walls within the Rowe Arts gallery have been endlessly filled with spackle, masked in white paint, and jabbed by driven nails. But it’s not as extreme as it sounds— just the expected preparation before the annual BFA Graphic Design Art Exhibit. This year, as students put together their final gallery show “City Stories,” it […]

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Demetri Martin makes his first stop in Charlotte a memorable one

| April 16, 2014 | 0 Comments
Demetri Martin makes his first stop in Charlotte a memorable one

Though Demetri Martin has been a well-known name in the comedy world for several years now, he just finished his first show in the Queen City on Sunday night. The comic best known for his former Comedy Central show “Important Things With Demetri Martin” remarked that though he hasn’t performed here, he has visited before […]

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