Against a quiet background of banjo picking, spirituals and jazz, a new exhibit at Duke University's Nasher Museum of Art in Durham, North Carolina, by the internationally acclaimed cinematographer, John Akomfrah weaves a pictorial story of the South and New Orleans around Buddy Bolden, a key figure in the development of jazz.
Will Eno’s “Wakey, Wakey” follows one man’s humorous and unsentimental reflection on life as he prepares to exit it. The play also functions as a bittersweet farewell to Durham’s beloved Manbites Dog Theater Company.
Actor/playwright Mike Wiley has garnered acclaim for "Blood Done Sign My Name," his one-man show about the struggle for civil rights detailed in the book. For Raleigh Little Theatre, Wiley expands the into a large-cast version.
Margaret Bowland's "Painting the Roses Red" exhibit at CAM Raleigh modern art museum has sparked questions about the artist's intent along with accusations of cultural appropriation. Bowland, a North Carolina native now living in Brooklyn, is white while most of her subjects are black.
NC Opera presents French composer Camille Saint-Saens’ 'Samson and Delilah,' about the superhero seduced into divulging the secret of his strength. It stars tenor Carl Tanner, whose life story could easily make an opera or a film.
Carl Kasell, a Goldsboro North Carolina native, died on April 17 2018. Read about the life of the famous NPR newscaster after he retired from hosting the "Morning Edition" and "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!" radio programs.
"Project Runway" designers Mondo Guerra, Dom Streater and Justin LeBlanc will be at the Art2Wear Gala in Raleigh to present mini collections inspired by art in the Gregg Museum of Art & Design on the N.C. State campus.
Indi Cowie, a soccer freestyle sensation, performed with members of Dorrance Dance, a tap dance company based out of New York City, during a collaborative pop up show in Davis Library at UNC on Tuesday, Jan. 23. The performance was part of a week-