Theatre Professor Receives Woodward Research Award
Kaja Dunn is one of three inaugural recipients.
   March 25, 2022

Assistant Professor of Acting Kaja Dunn is one of three early-career faculty members who have received the inaugural ...

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Students and Faculty Create Art for Theatre Charlotte Production
“Love, Loss & What I Wore” will feature eight artworks by UNC Charlotte collective.
   March 24, 2022

The current Theatre Charlotte production of Love, Loss & What I Wore features eight artworks by stage tech/design students and faculty from the Department of Theatre and Performing Arts Services. The play by Delia and Nora Ephron runs through April 10 in various locations in Charlotte.

Based on the book by...

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Dance Professor Receives Grant to Produce African-Brazilian Arts Festival
Tamara Williams has received a 2022 Cultural Vision Grant from the ASC.
   March 4, 2022

Assistant Professor of Dance Tamara Williams has received a 2022 Cultural Vision Grant from the Arts & Science Council (ASC).

Cultural Vision Grants provide funds of up to $10,000 to support high quality arts and culture projects...

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Students to Perform at International Music by Women Festival
Five clarinet students will travel to Columbus, Mississippi, March 3-5.
   February 26, 2022

Five clarinet students from UNC Charlotte were selected through blind peer review to attend and perform at the Music by Women Festival at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, Mississippi. The sixth annual international Music by Women Festival will be held March 3-5 and will feature concerts of music written by contemporary...

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Architecture Students Win Awards from Metal Building Manufacturers Association
Competition challenged students to create a metal building design for an elementary school.
   February 23, 2022

One former and two current undergraduate architecture students were awarded prizes in the inaugural Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) Student Design Competition. The competition for undergraduate and graduate students challenged participants to create an innovative metal building design for a one or two-story elementary school housing approximately 200 students.


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Theatre Alumna Returns to Direct Play Highlighting Black Voices
Tina Kelley '18 directs the Department of Theatre production of "Jump."
   February 17, 2022

"To come back to my alma mater in a professional capacity to tell stories, and tell specifically Black stories, has been nothing short of amazing," says theatre alumna Tina Kelly '18. Kelly returns to UNC Charlotte this semester to direct the Department of Theatre production of contemporary playwright Charly Evon Simpson's 2020 play, ...

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Dean Announces Inaugural “Friends of CoAA” Cohort
New seven-member board will convene on campus in April.
   February 17, 2022

Dean Brook Muller has announced the first cohort of the Friends of the College of Arts + Architecture (Friends of CoAA). The seven inaugural members – John Boyer, Mojdeh Henderson, John Iafrate, Dareion Malone, Melanie Reddrick, Stacey Rose, and Terry Shook – will help develop the mission and function of the board in support of the College.

“As we launch a new strategic plan for the...

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MUD Director Named an “Emerging Voice” by Architectural League NY
Sekou Cooke STUDIO is one of eight recipients of recognition for distinct design voices.
   February 14, 2022

Master of Urban Design Director Sekou Cooke’s studio has been named a 2022 Emerging Voice by the Architectural League of New York, an annual juried award that recognizes North American individuals and firms “with distinct design voices that have the potential to influence the disciplines of architecture,...

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Students Win Design and Director Awards at Regional Theatre Festival
Chloe Shade and Angeli Novio Take Home Awards at Regional Theatre Festival
   February 10, 2022

Theatre students  Angeli Novio and Chloe Shade received awards at the Region IV Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF)! Shade is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with a Concentration in Directing, and Novio is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre...

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Architecture Professor Wins National Teaching Award
Assistant Professor Liz McCormick is recognized for excellence and innovation.
   February 6, 2022

Assistant Professor of Architecture Liz McCormick has won a 2022 ACSA/AIAS New Faculty Teaching Award conferred jointly by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS). The award is one of the Architectural...

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