UNC-Chapel Hill officials on Friday kicked off “Arts Everywhere Day,” the official launch of Carolina’s “Arts Everywhere” initiative.
The initiative is intended to convert the campus into a creative hub, engaging the university community with diverse arts experiences and opportunities for creative expression. More than 50 pop-up performances by student arts groups were scheduled for launch day.
The program hopes to make Carolina a leader in transforming 21st century liberal arts education and is the brainchild of Chancellor Carol Folt under the direction of Special Assistant to the Chancellor for the Arts, Emil Kang.
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