Lewis Black ’70 has donated his plays, television pilot scripts and materials from his comedy career to the Southern Historical Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library.
Black is known for embodying cathartic anger on stage and in…
Ami Vitale ’94, a photographer and filmmaker, and Eileen Mignoni ’09 (MA), a visual journalist, have spent years behind their cameras documenting environmental issues and exploring the intersections of nature, culture, social justice and…
The Ackland Art Museum has received paintings by Joan Mitchell and Milton Avery that are considered transformational for the Ackland’s permanent collection of postwar and contemporary American art.
On the occasion of the 350th anniversary of the death of Rembrandt van Rijn, the Ackland Art Museum will exhibit for two weeks seven of his drawings that were given to the museum two years ago.
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.