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Meet Brook Muller, new dean of the College of Arts + Architecture.

Take a brief look into three majors in the College of Arts + Architecture.

The CoA+A hosted former Charlotte mayor Harvey Gantt, FAIA, in a conversation with four students on Sept. 16, 2020.

On September 6, 2020, the College of Arts + Architecture hosted a virtual Convocation, featuring students in conversation with Dean Brook Muller.
The Projective Eye Gallery hosted an installation by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira, Jan 31-Mar 12, 2014.
KEEPING WATCH was a multi-year environmental initiative led by the College of Arts + Architecture and the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute.
KEEPING WATCH was a multi-year environmental initiative led by the College of Arts + Architecture and the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute.

We are a community of curious and creative problem-solvers, imaginative makers and thinkers.


UNC Charlotte’s School of Architecture offers an exceptional education in a vibrant, growing city.

The “Good Fast Cheap” class helps bring a community’s vision to life: “The People’s Porch,” a public gathering space on Charlotte’s west side.

An inside look at architecture students hard at work in the woodworking shop of the Storrs Fabrication Lab.

On January 23, 2015, acclaimed architect Bernard Tschumi visited the UNC Charlotte School of Architecture.
A School of Architecture team won the 2017 AIA Small Project Design Competition with a project honoring Pulse nightclub shooting victims


The IPAL program allows students to complete the experience and examination requirements for licensure concurrently with the education requirement.
The Master of Urban Design is an applied research and design degree that prepares students to solve complex contemporary issues in towns and cities.

The School of Architecture offers a semester study program in Rome.
Students in the Tactical Urbanism class created a temporary installation at UNC Charlotte Center City.

Architecture students use design ingenuity and recycled bike parts to develop a "trash bike" trailer prototype.

Art & Art History

Faculty and students in the Department of Art & Art History at UNC Charlotte talk about what makes this program unique.
Aggregation Transformation was the Projective Eye Gallery's second Summer Experiment.
A behind-the-scenes look at bronze casting in the Department of Art & Art History 3D Studio.

Students in the Department of Art & Art History's Ceramics Club demonstrate the ancient Japanese technique of raku firing.

Each year, a resident artist from the McColl Center for Art + Innovation teaches a studio class in the Department of Art & Art History.
Artists, students, and faculty talk about creating Evergreen: Vespiary in Rowe Gallery.

Graduating seniors receiving their BFA in2D/3D studio art share their final projects in this online exhibition.

Graduating seniors receiving their BFA in graphic design share their final projects in this online exhibition.

This virtual exhibition features the work of Spring 2020 graduating illustration majors.


The Department of Dance is a family of broad thinkers with diverse interests, offering a complete dance education in a thriving city.

Students in the Department of Dance perform "All Tied Up" on the Spring 2019 Dance Concert.

Dance professor Gretchen Alterowitz explores the collaborative process through dance-making.
In January 2013, the College brought one of the most revered dance companies in the world to Charlotte.

In Fall 2018, dance students taught weekly classes at Camino Community Center.
Davian Robinson is a non-visual dancer and choreographer, majoring in dance and exercise science at UNC Charlotte.

The Department of Dance provides an exceptional ballet training in partnership with Charlotte Ballet.

In September 2016, students in the UNC Charlotte Department of Dance had the opportunity to learn and perform a section of Paul Taylor's "Esplanade."
Students in dance, music, and theatre talk about how they chose UNC Charlotte.


The Department of Music at UNC Charlotte provides exceptional music education in a vibrant urban setting.
Students from the departments of dance, music, and theatre describe the supportive environment in Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts.

John Woodall, (B.M. Vocal Performance, 2013) is the artistic director for Camp4Heroes.

The UNC Charlotte Wind Ensemble performs "Lonely Beach (Normandy, 1944)" by James Barnes.


From 1960's retro wear for "Detroit '67" to wearable neon in "Everybody," step through the doors of the costume shop!
Department of Theater's Contemporary Circus Intensive
Students and Faculty introduce the Department of Theatre.

Acting professor Kaja Dunn brings her engaged scholarship into the classroom and onto the stage.
Introducing the UNC Charlotte Mobile Arts & Community Experience (MAX).

Theatre professor Carlos Cruz brings circus arts, acrobatics, commedia, and more to the curriculum.