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New! Single Sign-On Process for Discounts

Kenan Auditorium Box Office has adopted a Single Sign-On process into our ticketing system. This makes it possible for Faculty/Staff and Students to login to the system using their UNCW Credentials and see what discounted tickets are available to them, including non-UNCW programming. (more)

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Lumina Festival of the Arts Celebrates Reggae Redemption

Lumina Festival of the Arts is UNCW’s annual celebration of the arts in the coastal south. The festival will take place from March 16-29. This year, in honor of the university’s efforts to diversify and heal as a community, the 13-day spring lineup will be a collaboration between Lumina Festival and Wilmington’s own, Reggae Redemption Radio Broadcast, hosted by the Night Nurse of Coastal Carolinas Modern Rock 98.7. The entire Cape Fear region is invited to join in the festivities! (more)

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UNCW’s Office of the Arts to Receive $95,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) 

UNCW’s Office of the Arts is proud to announce that we have been approved for two substantial arts programming grants. The National Endowment for the Arts awarded UNCW’s Office of the Arts a $75,000 Our Town grant to support Roll Call: Creativity Reporting For Duty. Additionally, UNCW’s Office of the Arts and William Madison Randall Library are one of 61 organizations nationwide selected to receive a 2021-2022 NEA Big Read grant. A grant of $20,000 will support a community reading program focusing on The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. (more)