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Curbside Cinema

Introducing: Curbside Cinema!

UNCW Office of the Arts, Cucalorus, StarNews, and WHQR Public Media are excited to bring drive-in movies back to Wilmington! Starting in July, we will be featuring a film every Friday night in the Kenan Auditorium parking lot. We are kicking off with Iron Man 3 (July 10), Coco (July 17), Miss Juneteenth (July 24), and The Karate Kid (July 31). Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, July 1 at noon.

Behind the Curtain Podcast: Susan Habas

In this episode, we are joined by Susan Habas, Executive Director of Thalian Association, to discuss all things Thalian! We take a deep dive into the history of Thalian, discuss how the pandemic has impacted community theatre, and preview Thalian's upcoming 2020-2021 season, Imagine. (Recorded June 1, 2020).

Behind the Curtain Podcast: Keryn Vickers

This week we continue our social justice conversation, grappling with the pervasive racial equity issues facing our country. Today you will hear from Keryn Vickers of UNCW’s University College. Keryn has been an academic advisor within this department since 2012, and an Interim Coordinator since 2019.

Behind the Curtain Podcast: Kimberly McLaughlin-Smith

Our regular programming has been put on a temporary pause to shift the focus onto pressing social justice and racial equity issues facing our country. We will be engaging in conversations with various African American leaders on campus, discussing justice for George Floyd, the nationwide protests, and how arts can promote social change. We begin our series with Kimberly McLaughlin-Smith, UNCW Inclusion and Diversity Learning Development Specialist.

UNCW Presents

Event Cancellations Through August 5

In response to COVID-19, UNCW has extended the suspension of all summer programming through August 5. This suspension includes any UNCW Office of the Arts hosted events scheduled to occur in UNCW Kenan Auditorium and the Cultural Arts Building at UNCW.