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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.

Caitlyn Dark, News Editor

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 shortened slang-form of the word magazine, are independently-published and distributed booklets that ac...

Grammy nominated Jazzmeia Horn visits UNCW

Photo courtesy of UNCW website.

William Becker, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

Jazzmeia Horn is a 28-year-old jazz vocalist from Dallas, Texas. To say her vocal performance is impressive would be a criminal understatement. In 2013, she won the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Competition. Then in 2015, she won the Thelonious Monk International Vocal Jazz Competition before her...

Kenan Auditorium shows women-written documentary play “SEVEN”

Photo taken from UNCW website.

Cierra Noffke, Staff Writer

October 18, 2019

The theatrical documentary "SEVEN," presented on Oct. 16 at the Sarah Kenan Auditorium, is an artistic venture written by seven individual writers, each one a powerhouse of innovative vision. The play was created through the Vital Voices Global Partnership and has been performed in 22 states. It is...

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

Photo by UNCW Theatre Department.

William Becker, Staff Writer

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 of a modern romantic comedy, but is at its heart, is a truly feminist work that criticizes double stan...

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