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Professor’s Solo Show in Kansas City Gallery Explores Our Relationship to Nature
   November 21, 2018
Through December 8, Rockhurst University’s Greenlease Gallery in Kansas City, Missouri, is hosting a solo show of work by Maja Godlewska.

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Exhibition in Student Union Illuminates Art Historian’s Research
   November 19, 2018
Vibrant Practices: Masquerade in Southwestern Burkina Faso celebrates in brilliant photographs and videos the research of art historian Lisa Homann.

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"Trikster" Designs Accepted for Costume Society of America Symposium
   November 13, 2018
Costume designs for the Department of Theatre's 2017 production of Trikster have been accepted for the Design Showcase of the 2019 Costume Society of America Annual Meeting and Symposium.

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Theatre Students Hired for Commercials
   November 12, 2018
Two current theatre students were recently booked for professional commercials that filmed in the Charlotte region.

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Scenic Design Professor Designs Burning Coal Theatre Production
   November 9, 2018
UNC Charlotte Assistant Professor of Scenic Design Thomas Burch has designed the set for the Burning Coal Theatre production of The Weir, a play by Conor McPherson.

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Design/Build Seminar Brings Improvements to Salisbury Building
   November 8, 2018
On October 27, a group of UNC Charlotte architecture students led by Assistant Professor of Architecture Marc Manack installed “Mending Fences,” a design/build project for the city of Salisbury.

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Immersive Exhibition in Storrs Gallery Challenges Visitors to See in New Ways
   November 8, 2018
On view through November 16, an exhibition in Storrs Gallery brings together data, technology, imagination, and artistic expression to challenge viewers to reconsider the notion of “the visible.”

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Two Dance Students Receive Wake Forest Dance Festival Scholarships
   November 6, 2018
UNC Charlotte Dance Majors Katie Harmon and Victoria Stewart received Betty Holding Dancers Fund scholarships from the Wake Forest Dance Festival.

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Fall Dance Concert Explores Migrant Experience in Guest Choreographer’s Work
   November 2, 2018
Mexican choreographer Claudia Lavista's "Prow (A Journey)" addresses immigration in an emotionally charged work.

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Concerts To Commemorate 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day
   October 29, 2018
The Department of Music will present two concerts that recognize the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

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