Art

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Hugh Morton, Tar Heel Camera Man, Remembered in Oct. 5 Program at Appalachian State University

The late North Carolina photographer Hugh Morton will be remembered by friends and colleagues in a panel discussion to celebrate a retrospective of his work at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University. Continue reading

Daughter of “Medicine’s Michelangelo” to Discuss Biography of her Father Sept. 26

UNC alumna Francine Mary Netter will discuss her forthcoming book, Medicine’s Michelangelo: The Life & Art of Frank H. Netter, M.D., on Sept. 26 at the UNC Health Sciences Library. Continue reading

Photo Exhibit Depicts Mississippi Life, 1920s – 1970s

Photographs depicting daily life in the city of Columbus, Miss. are on exhibit in the Wilson Special Collections Library through Oct. 1, 2013. Continue reading

Librarian Receives Grant to Preserve Tibetan Religious Manuscripts

A librarian who helps to develop South Asian studies collections at UNC has received a major grant to preserve ancient Tibetan religious manuscripts. Continue reading

Rare Photos of American Roots Musicians on Exhibit in Wilson Library

Johnny Cash and The Byrds are among the musicians portrayed in “Visualizing American Roots Music,” a new photograph exhibit in UNC’s Wilson LIbrary. Continue reading

Take a Break; Make a Book! Dec. 6 in Davis Library

Got 10 minutes? You can make a book with the staff of the Preservation Department. Drop by Dec. 6 between 1 and 3 p.m. in Davis Library. Continue reading

Photojournalist James Wallace at Wilson Library Nov. 1

The work of photojournalism will be the subject of a lecture by former Daily Tar Heel student photographer James Wallace (’64) on Nov. 1 at Wilson Library Continue reading

Exhibit Celebrates 100 Years of the Carolina Alumni Review

An exhibit of Carolina Alumni Review covers and page spreads is now on view in the Wilson Special Collections Library to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the magazine. Continue reading

Symposium, Exhibits Will Examine New Maya Perspectives in 2012

A free public symposium Oct. 25-26 will put the end of the Maya Long Count calender into a larger historical and cultural context that includes the voice of Maya people. Exhibits at Wilson Library and the FedEx global center will anchor the symposium. Continue reading

“Reflections of the Eno” Photos on View in Wilson Library

Photographs of the Eno River as it passes through Durham, N.C. will be on view in the Pleasants Family Assembly Room of Wilson Library through Dec. 31. Continue reading

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