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Spring 2014 Curricular Connections to the ARTS & HUMANITIES A resource to make connections between UNCW courses and the performing and visual arts and lectures

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Introduction Arts @ UNCW Art for the Masses www.uncw.edu/artforthemasses Boseman Gallery www.uncw.edu/boseman CAB Gallery www.uncw.edu/art Cultural Arts www.uncw.edu/arts Film Studies www.uncw.edu/filmstudies International Cinema www.uncw.edu/lumina Readings, Writer’s Week www.uncw.edu/writers Recitals and Concerts www.uncw.edu/music UNCW Happenings www.uncw.edu/happenings UNCW Presents www.uncw.edu/presents University Theatre and Dance Programs www.uncw.edu/thr

Thank you for using the Spring 2014 Curricular Connections to the Arts & Humanities. This publication is a resource encouraging connections between UNCW courses and UNCW Presents performances and lectures. As a UNCW faculty member, if you haven’t already discovered the breadth and variety of performances and lectures provided by UNCW Presents, we strongly encourage you to take full advantage of the world-class music, theater and dance engagements that light up the stage here at UNCW. We hope that you will utilize UNCW Presents as a creative resource to supplement classroom discussions and use the cultural arts to convey your course themes. A calendar of UNCW Presents programming may be found on our website at www. uncw.edu/presents. For other ways in which you might incorporate the arts into your classroom, please reference the comprehensive calendar of UNCW arts events found at www.uncw.edu/happenings.

Faculty Resources Please note that all Arts in Action performances begin at 7 p.m. in Kenan Auditorium. The Leadership Lecture Series is held in UNCW’s Burney Center at 7 p.m.

Randall Library Randall Library provides suggested reading and listening lists of library resources for UNCW Presents events. Leadership Lectures are recorded and available for classroom use and review, as are many Arts in Action Performances. Materials are archived at Randall Library. For materials, visit library.uncw.edu.

Above & Beyond - Artist Residency Programs These are programs that extend beyond the presentation of a performance or lecture to give students and the public the opportunity to have a more direct, informal experience with visiting artists and guest speakers. Events range from master classes and workshops to class visits and discussions. If you would like to schedule your class to participate in one of these activities, contact Stefanie Mancuso at 962.7722 or mancusos@uncw.edu.

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Free Class Tickets

Boseman Gallery

If you are interested in bringing your class to a Arts in Action performance or Leadership Lecture event, contact Shane Fernando at 962.7972 or fernandol@uncw.edu to make arrangements.

Boseman offers visual arts enthusiasts a variety of media from photography to sculpture on exhibit year round and serves as a student laboratory for gallery management. Exhibitions showcase work by UNCW student, regional and international artists and connect to various academic programs. The Boseman Gallery, which is managed by ACE, is located on the second floor of the Fisher University Union. All programs are free and open to the public. Please visit www.uncw.edu/ boseman for information about exhibitions, artist lectures and upcoming “Meet the Artist” receptions.

Arts in Action Tickets Arts in Action ticket prices vary depending on the event; call Kenan Box Office, 962.3500 for the most up-to-date information on performances. Representatives can give you pricing information, including faculty/staff discounts and potential group rates. Tickets for UNCW students are $5 for Arts in Action performances. Kenan Box Office, 962.3500 (Mon-Fri, Noon-6 p.m. The box office opens 1 hour prior to curtain. You may also visit Kenan Box Office in person (see hours above) or purchase tickets online at www.etix.com. Events may be subject to change.

Leadership Lecture Tickets Leadership Lecture tickets are now only available through Sharky’s Box Office in the Fisher Student Center. The Leadership Lecture Series will now be held in the Burney Center. Tickets are free to UNCW students, faculty and staff; two free tickets can be secured for each event with a valid UNCW ID. Sharky’s Box Office is located on the first floor of the Fisher Student Center. (Mon-Thurs, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fri, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Sat-Sun, 5 -9 p.m.) Events may be subject to change.

Art for the Masses Continuing the community tradition in making original artwork accessible to everyone, the event features all-original fine art priced at $250 or less. In addition, UNCW student art will also be available for purchase. AFTM is free and open to the public, with a requested $3 door donation to help fund public arts projects at the university. As always, artists exhibiting at AFTM will retain 100 percent of the proceeds from their sales. The program is coordinated through UNCW’s Boseman Gallery and the Department of Art & Art History. Email us to join our mailing list and/or receive artist notifications about entering your artwork. The event is scheduled for November 22, 2014. Phone: 910.962.3285 artforthemasses@uncw.edu www.uncw.edu/artsforthemasses

Lumina Theater Each academic year, the International Cinema Series features a diverse program that includes important, critically acclaimed and contemporary films from around the world in Lumina Theater at UNCW. The series is presented by the Association for Campus Entertainment (ACE), in partnership with academic departments and university offices. Films are shown during the fall and spring semesters on select Thursdays of each month. Screenings begin at 7 p.m. and may include a brief introduction by a UNCW faculty or staff member. Films are open to the public and subtitled in English. For ticket pricing and schedule information for specific films, visit www.uncw.edu/lumina.

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The Big Picture Co-Sponsored by the UNCW Photography Club

January 16-February 14, 2014 Reception: January 16, 2014, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Boseman Gallery The UNCW Photography club has initiated a new legacy involving the presentation of a semi-annual student-wide photography contest judged by photography faculty, student media, the photography club advisor and president. Enjoy the winners of the fall 2013 Big Picture Event.

Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 220 ART 221 ART 242 ART 260 ART 280 ART 292 ART 292 ART 311 ART 314 ART 321 ART 333 ART 341 ART 344 ART 351 ART 365 ART 382 ART 411 ART 441 ART 442 ART 476 ART 495 COM 160 MIT 510 FST 301

Course Name Two-Dimensional Design Three-Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Computer Graphics Beginning Ceramics Beginning Painting Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Photography Visual Design/Multimedia Collage Intermediate Life Drawing The Art of Pastel Intermediate Ceramics Intermediate Intaglio & Relief Intermediate Painting Contemporary Watercolor Paint Intermediate Sculpture Typography Intermediate Digital Photography Advanced Life Drawing Advanced Painting Advanced Sculpture Senior Exhibit Sem: Wall Relief/Furniture Clay Engaging Contemporary Media Design & Dev Film Tools and Techniques

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Imaging Justice: The Wilmington 10 Story January 30 – March 14, 2014 Reception: January 30, 2014, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Warwick Center Lobby Gallery This exhibit features selected works submitted by students and community members that depict the stories of the Wilmington 10 and their long journey, from their wrongful convictions in 1971 to their pardon by the Governor of North Carolina in 2012. Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 220 ART 221 ART 242 ART 260 ART 280 ART 292 ART 292 ART 311 ART 314 ART 321 ART 333 ART 341 ART 344 ART 351 ART 365

Course Name Two-Dimensional Design Three-Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Computer Graphics Beginning Ceramics Beginning Painting Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Photography Visual Design/Multimedia Collage Intermediate Life Drawing The Art of Pastel Intermediate Ceramics Intermediate Intaglio & Relief Intermediate Painting Contemporary Watercolor Paint Intermediate Sculpture Typography

ART 382 ART 411 ART 441 ART 442 ART 476 ART 495 CRM 105 CRM 110 CRM 255 CRM 307 CRM 315 CRM 320 CRM 370 PLS 202 AFN 130 AFN 290 HST 106

Intermediate Digital Photography Advanced Life Drawing Advanced Painting Advanced Sculpture Senior Exhibit Sem: Wall Relief/Furniture Clay Introduction to Criminal Justice Crime and Justice Issues Criminology Police in Society Victimology Criminal Courts Minorities, Crime, & CJ Policy Contemporary American Political Issues African American Studies Literature of the African Disapora United States from 1865 to Present

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All Student Show February 20 - March 28, 2014 Reception: February 20, 2014, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Boseman Gallery This annual, juried exhibition features student work. Traditionally over 75 pieces are submitted, including drawings, watercolors, oils, photography, acrylics, ceramics, sculptures and experimental media. A UNC Wilmington alumnus/alumna or community member is selected to juror the show and selects the awards, including Best of Show, which is purchased for the University Union Permanent Art Collection. Students who want to submit work should visit our website for details. Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 220 ART 221 ART 242 ART 260 ART 280 ART 292 ART 292 ART 311 ART 314 ART 321 ART 333 ART 341 ART 344 ART 351 ART 365 ART 382 ART 411 ART 441 ART 442 ART 476 ART 495

Course Name Two-Dimensional Design Three-Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Computer Graphics Beginning Ceramics Beginning Painting Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Photography Visual Design/Multimedia Collage Intermediate Life Drawing The Art of Pastel Intermediate Ceramics Intermediate Intaglio & Relief Intermediate Painting Contemporary Watercolor Paint Intermediate Sculpture Typography Intermediate Digital Photography Advanced Life Drawing Advanced Painting Advanced Sculpture Senior Exhibit Sem: Wall Relief/Furniture Clay

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Leadership Lecture Series

Jose Antonio Vargas Define American

Co-Sponsored by Centro Hispano and Honors College

Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 7 p.m. Burney Center Jose Antonio Vargas will be in residence at UNCW, offering free master classes. For details, visit uncw.edu/presents Jose Antonio Vargas is a Pulitzer Prize winning writer, former lecturer at Georgetown University and an undocumented immigrant. An acclaimed journalist for over a decade, writing for some of the most prestigious publications in the country—including The New Yorker and the Huffington Post—Vargas’s personal story competes with some of his most captivating pieces. At age sixteen, he discovered he was an undocumented immigrant and, despite his immense success as a journalist, Vargas kept his immigration status a secret until recently. Today, Vargas seeks to elevate the conversation about immigration and challenge notions of what defines “American.” Course ENG 202 ENG 204 ENG 301 ENG 302 ENG 315 INT 105 INT 490 COM 160 COM 232 COM 250 COM 265 COM 272 COM 344 COM 356 COM 378

Course Name Introduction to Journalism Introduction to Professional Writing International Journalism Journalism Workshop Special Topics: The Changes of Journalism Introduction to International Studies Senior Seminar: International Studies Engaging Contemporary Media Writing as Strategic Introduction to Political Communication Media, Culture and Society Introduction to Organizational Communication Intercultural Communication Speech Writing Business and Professional Communications

COM 495 PLS 101 PLS 111 PLS 202 PLS 202 PLS 212 PLS 220 CRW 201 CRW 203 CRW 209 CRW 302 CRW 322 GLS 592 HON 308

Community and Inter. Com American National Government Pol & Gov. Intro Global Per Contemporary American Political Issues American Political Issues Introduction to Political Theory Introduction to International Relations Introduction to Creative Writing Forms of Creative Writing Creative Nonfiction Forms of Creative Nonfiction Editing for Publication Writing with Style Headlines and History in American Politics

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Arts in Action Performance Series

The Fantasticks Nebraska Theatre Caravan Book and Lyrics by Tom Jones, Music by Harvey Schmidt Co-Sponsored by Association for Campus Entertainment (ACE)

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 7 p.m. Kenan Auditorium The Fantasticks is presented through a special arrangement with MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL, New York, NY. www.mtishows.com “far and away the best treatment of this record-setting musical” —The Reader The Fantasticks—the world’s longest-running theatrical musical of any kind – tells the story of a boy, a girl and their fathers who plot to get them together by keeping them apart. The production features the original, live accompaniment with piano and harp and adds a steampunk design spin to costumes, sets and props in this classic show. Course THR 110 THR 112 THR 121 THR 130 THR 136 THR 165 THR 207 THR 230 THR 231 THR 235 THR 242 THR 243 THR 250 THR 302 THR 305 THR 310 THR 312 THR 322 THR 332 THR 355 THR 395 THR 433 FNA 101

Course Name Stagecrafts 3 Introduction to Dance Introduction to Theatre Improvisation Movement Exploration Script Analysis Costume Technology Acting for Non-Majors Applied Performance I Modern Dance II Technical Production Costume and Make-Up Applied Performance Lab Voice and Movement Scenic Design Sound Design Scene Painting Western Theatre History II Applied Performance II Directing I Applied Studies in Theatre Applied Performance IV Cultures of World Music/Dance

FNA 102 MUS 105 MUS 106 MUS 110 MUS 112 MUS 115 MUS 117 MUS 130 MUS 146 MUS 150 MUS 183 MUS 186 MUS 306 MUS 326 MUS 352 MUS 361 MUS 493 MUS 203 PSY 105 PSY 264 PSY 356 PSY 366

Nebraska Theatre Caravan will be in residence at UNCW, offering free master classes. For details, visit uncw.edu/presents

Experience in the Creative Process Rudiments of Music Exploring Music Introduction to Music Technology Theory II Survey of Music Literature American Music Chamber Music Class Voice I Survey of Western Art Music Chamber Choir Concert Choir Orchestration and Arranging General Music Methods Introduction to Music History II History of Music I Senior Recital Applied Labs Voice General Psychology Social Psychology Motivation and Emotion Close Relationships

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Open Art Hang March 20 - August 15, 2014 Warwick Center Lobby Gallery UNCW students, faculty, staff and alumni exhibit their work in an eclectic open hang. Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 220 ART 221 ART 242 ART 260 ART 280 ART 292 ART 292 ART 311 ART 314 ART 321 ART 333 ART 341 ART 344 ART 351 ART 365 ART 382 ART 411 ART 441 ART 442 ART 476 ART 495

Course Name Two-Dimensional Design Three-Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Computer Graphics Beginning Ceramics Beginning Painting Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Photography Visual Design/Multimedia Collage Intermediate Life Drawing The Art of Pastel Intermediate Ceramics Intermediate Intaglio & Relief Intermediate Painting Contemporary Watercolor Paint Intermediate Sculpture Typography Intermediate Digital Photography Advanced Life Drawing Advanced Painting Advanced Sculpture Senior Exhibit Sem: Wall Relief/Furniture Clay

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Arts in Action Performance Series

Celtic Nights: The Emigrants Bridge Monday, March 24, 2014 7 p.m. Kenan Auditorium

“this unmissable two hour spectacular has brought audiences to their feet all around the world”—The Guardian UK Offering the “finest male and female voices of the Celtic world,” Celtic Nights: The Emigrants Bridge is a unique show rooted in tradition and showcased against a thundering backdrop of expert dancing and musicianship, costumes, sets, and dramatic lighting. In this glittering and splashy production, some of Ireland’s most prominent talents create an exhilarating picture of a proud people who dared to dream big and carve out a life in the New World. Course SOC 105 SOC 240 SOC 325 SOC 345 HIST 103 HIST 104 MUS 105 MUS 106 MUS 110 MUS 112 MUS 115 MUS 116 MUS 117 MUS 130 MUS 136 MUS 140 MUS 142 MUS 146 MUS 150 MUS 183 MUS 184 MUS 186 MUS 189 MUS 236 MUS 306 MUS 326 MUS 352 MUS 361

Course Name Introduction to Sociology Individuals & Soc Global World Racial/Ethnic Group Relations Sociology of the Family Introduction to Global History Introduction to Global History Since 1848 Rudiments of Music Exploring Music Introduction to Music Technology Theory II Survey of Music Literature History of Jazz American Music Chamber Music Jazz Theory and Keyboard Basic Piano Class Piano II Class Voice I Survey of Western Art Music Chamber Choir Jazz Ensemble Concert Choir Jazz Combo Jazz Improvisation II Orchestration and Arranging General Music Methods Introduction to Music History II History of Music I

MUS 373 MUS 493 MUS 203 MUS 221 MUS 223 MUS 224 THR 110 THR 112 THR 121 THR 130 THR 136 THR 165 THR 207 THR 230 THR 231 THR 235 THR 242 THR 243 THR 250 THR 302 THR 305 THR 310 THR 312 THR 322 THR 332 THR 355 THR 395 THR 433

Instrumental Methods Senior Recital Applied Labs Voice Applied Music Labs Jazz Applied Labs Jazz Guitar Applied Labs Drum Set Stagecrafts 3 Introduction to Dance Introduction to Theatre Improvisation Movement Exploration Script Analysis Costume Technology Acting for Non-Majors Applied Performance I Modern Dance II Technical Production Costume and Make-Up Applied Performance Lab Voice and Movement Scenic Design Sound Design Scene Painting Western Theatre History II Applied Performance II Directing I Applied Studies in Theatre Applied Performance IV

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Arts in Action Performance Series

An Evening with Branford Marsalis Co-Sponsored by the Upperman African American Cultural Center

Tuesday, April 8, 2014 7 p.m. Kenan Auditorium “Marsalis soars and swoops with endearing vitality.”—Jazz Times One of the world’s “great musical sons” (The Miami Herald), Grammywinning saxophonist Branford Marsalis has played with everyone from Miles Davis to Sting and the Grateful Dead. He’s an NEA Jazz Master, a Tony Award nominee and former leader of Jay Leno’s Tonight Show Band. Known for their mastery of jazz, rock and classical genres, Marsalis and his multi-talented quartet won the iTunes Best Instrumental Jazz Album of 2012. Beyond all of this, Marsalis has continued to exercise and expand his skills as a musician, a composer and the head of Marsalis Music. Course MUS 105 MUS 106 MUS 110 MUS 112 MUS 115 MUS 116 MUS 117 MUS 130 MUS 136 MUS 140 MUS 142 MUS 146 MUS 150 MUS 183 MUS 184 MUS 186 MUS 189 MUS 236 MUS 306 MUS 326 MUS 352 MUS 361 MUS 373 MUS 493

Course Name Rudiments of Music Exploring Music Introduction to Music Technology Theory II Survey of Music Literature History of Jazz American Music Chamber Music Jazz Theory and Keyboard Basic Piano Class Piano II Class Voice I Survey of Western Art Music Chamber Choir Jazz Ensemble Concert Choir Jazz Combo Jazz Improvisation II Orchestration and Arranging General Music Methods Introduction to Music History II History of Music I Instrumental Methods Senior Recital

MUS LAB 221 Applied Music Labs Jazz MUS LAB 223 Applied Labs Jazz Guitar MUS LAB 224 Applied Labs Drum Set

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AFTER: Work by UNCW Studio Art Alumni Co-Sponsored by the Department of Art and Art History

April 10 - August 8, 2014 Reception: April 10, 2014, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Boseman Gallery What do you do after you have your art degree? You make art. This juried exhibition will showcase the best work currently being produced by our studio art alumni. Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 220 ART 221 ART 242 ART 260 ART 280 ART 292 ART 292 ART 311 ART 314 ART 321 ART 333 ART 341 ART 344 ART 351 ART 365 ART 382 ART 411 ART 441 ART 442 ART 476 ART 495

Course Name Two-Dimensional Design Three-Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Computer Graphics Beginning Ceramics Beginning Painting Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Photography Visual Design/Multimedia Collage Intermediate Life Drawing The Art of Pastel Intermediate Ceramics Intermediate Intaglio & Relief Intermediate Painting Contemporary Watercolor Paint Intermediate Sculpture Typography Intermediate Digital Photography Advanced Life Drawing Advanced Painting Advanced Sculpture Senior Exhibit Sem: Wall Relief/Furniture Clay

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