Art

Article Published by: reynoldahouse.org Frederic Church: A Painter’s Pilgrimage, organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts, features more than fifty paintings and studies that Church completed during and after his 1867–1869 trip to the Near East, Rome, and Greece. Church specialized in the production of dramatic, large-scale

Article Published by: unc.edu At Carolina, the future is CURRENT. Chancellor Carol L. Folt, along with Special Assistant to the Chancellor for the Arts Emil Kang and Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership Chairman Scott Maitland, officially opened the CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio with a ribbon cutting ceremony Feb.

Article Published by: ackland.org The Ackland Art Museum has commissioned its first major site-specific, outdoor art installation in nearly 20 years: a “stickwork” by Chapel Hill-based artist Patrick Dougherty entitled Step Right Up. The large-scale piece—comprised of five individual stickwork sculptures—was constructed entirely of tree saplings

Article Published by: alumni.unc.edu PlayMakers Repertory Company and the department of dramatic art have received a $12 million gift that will significantly increase the University’s performing arts programming, and rename the department’s building for a longtime arts patron. The endowment is the largest single gift by a

During my recent Texas road trip, I stayed at the new Hotel Saint George in Marfa. While I didn’t ultimately recommend the hotel, we had an enjoyable stay in the town. Marfa has an array of quality restaurants and galleries, enough to match a larger city.

The decorators at Dewey's Bakery made this cake for an Arts For Life event benefitting Brenner Children's Hospital! Allen, a patient at Brenner, painted his idea for a Super Mario cake design and Dewey's made it into a real-life work of edible art for the raffle. About

Posted on unc.edu  Nearly 40 years ago, Sheldon ’63 ’66 (D.D.S.) and Leena Peck marveled at the drawings of 16th- and 17th-century Dutch artists. They loved the spontaneity of the sketches. To them, these works, which depict everyday life and nature, are of an artistic golden age