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Gallery dedicated to zine history opens in CAB

The Zine Gallery opened February 27 in the Cultural Arts Building main gallery area, featuring comfy couches to encourage visitors to engage with the exhibits. Photo by Zachary Kilby.
March 4, 2020

Touching the art in an art gallery is generally discouraged, but this was fully reversed Thursday night at the opening of the Cultural Art Department’s latest gallery dedicated to zines. Zines, a...

AIDS Memorial Quilt visits Wilmington

AIDS Memorial Quilt display in Randall Library on December 10.
January 13, 2020

The cross-country journey of the AIDS Memorial Quilt made a stop at UNC Wilmington and the surrounding area. The AIDS Memorial Quilt was in Wilmington starting Nov. 30 and was in the area till Dec....

UNCW’s “Diana of Dobson’s”: “outstanding”

Photo by UNCW Theatre Department.
October 7, 2019

"Diana of Dobson’s" just finished its final weekend at UNC Wilmington. With a complete student cast, the play, which originated in 1908, is a definite oddity. It has a plot that feels like something...

‘Marian, or the True Tale of Robin Hood’ comes to UNC Wilmington

Nicky Taylor as Tommy of No Consequence, Katherine Carr as Robin Hood, Elisha McNeil as Little John.
Photographer - Rebecca Edmonds
February 8, 2019
The University of North Carolina Wilmington's Department of Theatre will soon be putting on a performance that puts a new spin on the classic tale for their 2019 production season. Premiering Feb. 21, at the Mainstage Theatre in the Cultural Arts Building, is "Marian, or The True Tale of Robin Hood."

On-campus art exhibit considered “one of the most magnificent” shown by department

On-campus art exhibit considered “one of the most magnificent” shown by department
November 1, 2017

On the ground floor of UNC Wilmington’s Cultural Arts Building, a small art gallery hosts short-term exhibits throughout the year. These exhibits range in size, scope, expense and style, but the current...

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