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Fall 2013 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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www.uncw.edu/presents • artsinaction@uncw.edu • 910.962.7972


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 Fall 2013 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.

Lumina Theater

Art for the Masses Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. UNCW’s Burney Center & Warwick Center Continuing the community tradition in making original artwork accessible to everyone, we will feature 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. Phone: 910.962.3285 artforthemasses@uncw.edu www.uncw.edu/artsforthemasses

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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From the Archives: Student Prints 1985-2013 Aug. 29 – Sept. 27 Reception: Thursday, Aug. 29, 1-2:30 p.m. Boseman Gallery The exhibit features student printmaking art in many media, including etching, woodcut, screen printing and lithography.

Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 211 ART 220 ART 221 ART 233 ART 242 ART 251 ART 260 ART 282 ART 313 ART 320 ART 321 ART 323 ART 341 ART 360 ART 441 ART 442

Course Name Two Dimensional Design Three Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Beginning Life Drawing 3D Computer Graphics Beginning Ceramics Beginning Intaglio and Relief Beginning Painting Beginning Sculpture Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Digital Photography Intermediate Drawing Computer Animation Intermediate Ceramics Ceramic Sculpture Intermediate Painting Intermediate Graphic Design Advanced Painting Senior Exhibit

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Art and Advocacy: Street Children Have a Voice Co-sponsored bv the College of Health and Human Services

Sept. 12 – Oct. 18 Reception: Thursday, Sept. 12, 5:30-7 p.m. Artist Talk: Thursday, Sept. 12, 5 p.m. Warwick Ballroom 4 Warwick Center Lobby Gallery As a documentary photographer, UNCW alumna Lisa Marie Albert utilizes photos, illustrations and stories to bring to life the experiences of street children from Lira, Uganda. The exhibit features her experience working with them using Photovoice.

Course ART 282 ART 260 ART 360 ART 442 SWK 514 SOC 105 SOC 580 PSY 220 PSY 264 PSY 270 PSY 271 ANT 105 ANT 206 ANT 445 ARH 206 ARH 320 ARH 292 HST 581 COM 344 COM 346 FST 301 FST 302 FST 391

Course Name Introduction to Digital Photography Introduction to Graphic Design Intermediate Graphic Design Senior Exhibit Social Policy and Service Organizations Introduction to Sociology Social Justice Child Psychology Social Psychology Cross-Cultural Psychology Psychology of Human Diversity Introduction to Anthropology Cultural Anthropology Practicing Ethnography The Artist in Film African Art History of Photography Topics in African History Intercultural Communication Interracial Communication Film Tools and Techniques Intermediate Film Production The Art of the Camera

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Arts in Action Performance Series

Mary Wilson of The Supremes Thursday, Sept. 19, 7 p.m. Kenan Auditorium “A musical idol”—The New York Times Vocal powerhouse, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, kicks off the 2013-14 UNCW Presents season. During the 1960s, Wilson helped garner an unequaled record of number one hits by a female group, making The Supremes musical icons rivaling Elvis Presley and The Beatles. Best-selling author, U.S. Department of State Cultural ambassador and dedicated humanitarian, she works to promote women’s health and ending landmine proliferation.

Course MUS 105 MUS 106 MUS 111 MUS 110 MUS 115 MUS 116 MUS 117 MUS 146 MUS 211 MUS 214 MUS 301 MUS 365 MUSL 111 MUSL 211 AFN 130 HST 209 PLS 101 PLS 218 PLS 220 PLS 316 PLS 425 PLS 429 PLS 500 SOC 215 WGS 210 INT 105 INB 300 ANT 206 ANT 303

Course Name Rudiments of Music Exploring Music Theory I Introduction to Music Technology Survey of Music Literature History of Jazz American Music Class Voice Theory III Recording Technology I Form/Analysis Modern Jazz Aural Skills and Sight-Singing I Aural Skills and Sight-Singing III African American Studies African American History American National Government Ethics in International Affairs Introduction to International Relations Women in Politics International Politics International Political Economy Managing Pub and Nonprofit Organizations Modern Social Problems Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies Intro to International Studies International Business Cultural Anthropology Culture and Gender www.uncw.edu/presents • artsinaction@uncw.edu • Box Office 910.962.3500


Leadership Lecture Series

Donna Brazile Co-sponsored by the Mimi Cunningham Speaker Series Endowment of the Department of Communication Studies, the Women’s Studies and Resource Center and the Upperman African American Cultural Center

Monday, Sept. 30, 7 p.m. Burney Center “Brazile...recounts her poor Louisiana roots, her early passion for social activism, and the tenacity and quick wit she utilized to gain a voice in the shaping of numerous presidential campaigns.” —The New York Times Ranked among the Washingtonian’s top 100 most powerful women, veteran political strategist Donna Brazile has worked on every presidential campaign from 1976 to 2000 and was the first African American to manage a presidential campaign. One of America’s most “remarkable visionaries” (The Oprah Magazine), Brazile is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, author, syndicated columnist and political commentator on CNN, ABC and NPR. Brazile brings her original perspective to American politics, race relations, women in politics and diversity.

Course PLS 101 PLS 111 PLS 201 PLS 202 PLS 207 PLS 212 PLS 230 PLS 300 PLS 301 PLS 302 PLS 304 PLS 308 PLS 315 PLS 316 PLS 440 PLS 495 PLS 503

Course Name American National Government Politics and Government in the Global Perspective Introduction to Political Science Methods Contemporary American Political Issues American Urban Government and Politics Introduction to Political Theory Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics American Constitutional Law I American Constitutional Law II Public Opinion and Democracy Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Public Administration Contemporary Political Ideology Women in Politics Great Decisions Leadership I Political Theory and Popular Culture Public Budget and Finance Administration

PLS 505 PLS 527 WGS 210 COM 101 COM 160 COM 256 COM 257 COM 268 COM 334 COM 368 COM 434 COM 465 LED 211 LED 311 LED 411 ANT 303

Policy Analysis Planning Theory and Planning Law Introduction to Women and Gender Studies Public Speaking Engaging Contemporary Media Persuasive Communications and Social Influence Argumentation and Debate Broadcast Journalism I Public Relations I Broadcast Journalism II Public Relations II Media, Culture and Society Principles of Leadership Communication and Leadership Contemporary Leadership Application Culture and Gender

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North Carolina Living Treasures: Unshelved Co-Sponsored with Randall Library and Art and Art History

Oct. 3 – Nov. 8
 Reception: Thursday, Oct. 3, 5:30-7 p.m. Boseman Gallery This biannual honor celebrates the value of North Carolina artists and their talents, art and contribution to education and society. In 2013, in celebration of book art in all its varieties, Randall Library and Department of Art and Art History co-host the exhibit and reception.

Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 220 ART 260 ART 442 ART 360 ARH 301 ENG 101 ENG 110 COM 116 CRW 201 CRW 203 CRW 205 CRW 321 CRW 322 CRW 323 CRW 324 CRW 460

Course Name Two Dimensional Design Three Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals 3D Computer Graphics Introduction to Graphic Design Senior Exhibit Intermediate Graphic Design American Art II College Writing and Reading I Introduction to Literature Performance of Literature Introduction to Creative Writing Forms of Creative Writing The Creative Process Books and Publishing Editing for Publication Bookbuilding Special Topics in Publishing Publishing Practicum

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Grab Your Board – Paint Your Wave Oct. 24 – Jan. 17 Reception: Thursday, Oct. 24, 5:30-7 p.m. Warwick Center Lobby Gallery UNCW alumnus and artist James Fulcher connects to the 2013-14 Synergy Common Reading The Wave with his one-of-a-kind surf board art.

Course ART 102 ART 111 ART 211 ART 221 ART 233 ART 242 ART 251 ART 313 ART 321 ART 323 ART 341 ART 360 ART 441 ART 442 OCN 150 OCN 480 REC 366 REC 265

Course Name Three Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Beginning Life Drawing Beginning Ceramics Beginning Intaglio and Relief Beginning Painting Beginning Sculpture Intermediate Drawing Intermediate Ceramics Ceramic Sculpture Intermediate Painting Intermediate Graphic Design Advanced Painting Senior Exhibit Introduction to Oceanography Coastal Wetlands Coastal Recreation Introduction to Recreation Services

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Arts in Action Performance Series

The Chase Brock Experience Co-presented with Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts Artist residency programs co-sponsored by the UNCW Osher Lifelong Learning Institute

Friday, Oct. 25, 8 p.m. Thalian Hall “…an energetic, sprightly troupe…whose dances mix a witty Broadway sensibility with rock-and-roll zest.” —The New York Times Known for his “candy bright” (The New Yorker), colorful, modern dance productions, Chase Brock will bring The Chase Brock Experience, a retrospective of his work, to the Thalian Hall main stage. At 29, Brock has already attracted attention for his choreography on the popular Wii video game “The Broadway Experience.” He is also the choreographer for Broadway’s Spider-Man and Picnic, among other well-known projects. With his troupe of “scrappy, beautiful creatures,” Brock will blur the borders of prescribed dance styles and move not just dance, but all art, forward.

Course FNA 101 THR 112 THR 205 THR 134 THR 135 THR 231 THR 242 THR 243 THR 301 THR 308 THR 309 THR 332 THR 333 PED 134 PED 136

Course Name Cultures of World Music and Dance Introduction to Dance Stage Make-Up Ballet I Modern Dance I Applied Performance I Technical Production Studio Costume and Make-Up Studio Voice and Movement I Costume Design Costume History Applied Performance II Applied Performance III Dance Techniques I Movement Exploration

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The Graduate Wednesday, Oct. 30, 7 p.m. Kenan Auditorium “[LA Theatre Works is] a national theatrical treasure.” —Philadelphia Inquirer Marking the 50th anniversary of the Charles Webb novel The Graduate, LA Theater Works—the foremost radio theater in the country—brings this coming-of-age story to life. A biting satire, the play centers on a recent college graduate who finds himself directionless in the shifting social and sexual values of the 1960s. Performed by headline actors and live Foley sound effect artists, LA Theater Works creates a cutting-edge contemporary spin on a classic tale with innovative sets and costumes. No matter how this compelling story is experienced, whether on film, stage or in its original novel form, The Graduate has been a touchstone for generations, representing the universal feelings of rebellion, confusion, love and redemption.

Course THR 110 THR 121 THR 165 THR 230 THR 231 THR 242 THR 243 THR 301 THR 306 THR 308 THR 316 THR 332 THR 333 THR 369 THR 370 THR 395 THR 486

Course Name Stagecrafts Introduction to Theatre Script Analysis Acting for Non-Majors Applied Performance I Technical Production Studio Costume and Make-Up Studio Voice and Movement Lighting Design Costume Design Playwriting Applied Performance II Applied Performance III Seminar in Dramatic Literature and Performance Seminar in Performance Theory Applied Studies in Theatre Senior Seminar: Performance

THR 487 FST 200 FST 201 FST 210 FST 302 FST 317 FST 318 FST 331 FST 368 FST 369 FST 379 FST 399 FST 418 FST 493 FST 495 FST 496

Senior Seminar: Design and Technology Introduction to Film Study Introduction to Film Production Moviemakers and Scholars Series Intermediate Film Production Writing About Film Screenwriting I: Introduction Introduction to Editing Film Styles and Genres Special Topics in Film Studies Studies in Film History Film Directing Screenwriting II Directed Seminar in Production Senior Seminar in Film Production Senior Seminar in Film Study

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Ally Favory Ann Flack Boseman Scholarship Show Nov. 7 – Dec. 20 Reception: Thursday, Nov. 7, 5:30-7 p.m. Boseman Gallery Each year the faculty of the Department of Art & Art History select a student for this merit-based honor. This is the only solo student exhibition hosted annually at the Boseman Gallery.

Course ART 101 ART 102 ART 111 ART 211 ART 220 ART 221 ART 233 ART 242 ART 251 ART 260 ART 282 ART 313 ART 320 ART 321 ART 323 ART 341 ART 360 ART 441 ART 442 ARH 201 ARH 202 ARH 206 ARH 292 ARH 303 ARH 310 ARH 320 ARH 495

Course Name Two Dimensional Design Three Dimensional Design Drawing Fundamentals Beginning Life Drawing 3D Computer Graphics Beginning Ceramics Beginning Intaglio and Relief Beginning Painting Beginning Sculpture Introduction to Graphic Design Introduction to Digital Photography Intermediate Drawing Computer Animation Intermediate Ceramics Ceramic Sculpture Intermediate Painting Intermediate Graphic Design Advanced Painting Senior Exhibit Ancient-Medieval Renaissance-Early 20th Century The Artist in Film History of Photography Medieval Art American Art II African Art Roman Art in Context

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Lionel Popkin Dance, Ruth Doesn’t Live Here Anymore Saturday, Nov. 9, 7 p.m. Kenan Auditorium “inordinately engaging…sprinkled with jewels of movement sequences, striking visuals and thought-provoking moments.” —Washington Post Inspired by the career of modern dance pioneer Ruth St. Denis, Ruth Doesn’t Live Here Anymore strives to address acts of cultural sourcing, representation, and transmission. LA based choreographer Lionel Popkin—along with two other dancers, two musicians, a stage full of saris, projections, video, and even a leaf blower—explores the question of whether St. Denis’ career was cultural appropriation or an authentic exploration of dance. This contemporary dance performance features an original score by Guy Klucevsek for accordion and violin performed live.

Course FNA 101 THR 112 THR 205 THR 134 THR 135 THR 231 THR 242 THR 243 THR 301 THR 308 THR 309 THR 332 THR 333 PED 134 PED 136 CHN 101 CHN 102 JPN 101 JPN 201 HST 103 HST 104 HST 364 HST 366 HST 497 HST 597

Course Name Cultures of World Music and Dance Introduction to Dance Stage Make-Up Ballet I Modern Dance I Applied Performance I Technical Production Studio Costume and Make-Up Studio Voice and Movement I Costume Design Costume History Applied Performance II Applied Performance III Dance Techniques I Movement Exploration Introductory Chinese Introductory Chinese II Introductory Japanese I Intermediate Japanese I Introduction to Global History 1500-1848 Introduction to Global History Since 1848 Mughal India History of Southeast Asia Twentieth-Century China Twentieth-Century China

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Leadership Lecture Series

Daniel Pauly UNCW Synergy Common Reading Keynote Co-Sponsored by the Center for Marine Sciences, University College, College of Arts and Sciences, Cameron School of Business and Department of Biology and Marine Biology

Monday, Nov. 11, 7 p.m. Burney Center “Critics and fans agree…[Daniel Pauly] has the gift of seeing the bigger picture.” —The New York Times Arguably the world’s most well-known fisheries scientist, Daniel Pauly is certainly the most prolific and widely cited. Described as an “iconoclastic global thinker” (The Green Review), Pauly received international attention for his development of FishBase, an encyclopedia of more than 30,000 fish species, and Ecopath, an ecosystems modeling program. Pauly brings his global perspective and passion for conservation to fisheries, striving to promote a healthier ocean and consequently, a better planet.

Course MSC 536 OCN 150 OCN 480 BIO 105 BIO 170 BIO 202 BIO 313 BIO 345 BIO 357 BIO 362 BIO 366 BIO 425 BIO 458 BIO 440 BIO 478 BIO 484 BIO 534 BIO 564 CIT 213

Course Name Cruise or Field Sampling Introduction to Oceanography Topic: Coastal Wetlands Concepts of Modern Biology Biology of the Sea Principles of Biology: Biodiversity Marine Phycology Animal Physiology Ichthyology Marine Biology Ecology Microbiology Fisheries Biology Limnology Global Environmental Problems Methods in Biological Research Advanced Topics in Ecology Biological Oceanography Introduction to Databases Techniques and Technologies

CSC 455 EVS 195 EVS 205 EVS 281 EVS 330 EVS 362 EVS 364 EVS 430 EVS 472 EVS 485

Database Design and Implement Introduction to Environmental Studies Global Environmental Issues Introduction to GEI in EVS Natural Resource Economics Environmental Law Natural Resource Policy Tropical Environmental Ecology Coastal Protected Areas Management Special Topics: Environmental Conservation Special Topics: Reimaging Nature Special Topics: Coastal Environmental Changes Special Topics: Ocean Science Communicating

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The Shakespeare Club or (Films at the Wooden “O”)

Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. in association with UNCW Presents, Cameron Museum, Cinematique, Cucalorus, and WHQR, presents a series of film adaptions of the greatest playwright in history, William Shakespeare. The screenings will be held in the Studio Theatre at Thalian Hall, generally on the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. There will be a brief introduction by guest commentators who will provide some insight in the films and the life and times of Shakespearean England. $7 admission. Special Arrangement for student and class tickets are available through the Executive Director’s office at Thalian Hall. trivenbark@thalianhall.org ____________________________________________________ Sept. 5 – The Taming of the Shrew directed by Franco Zefferilli and released in 1967 featuring the greatest on/off screen couple, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. It may not reverent enough for purists but this version is too funny and too much fun! ____________________________________________________ Oct. 3 – The 1995 film version of Richard III stars Ian McKellan, Anettte, Benings, Jim Broadbent, Robert Downey Jr. and Nigel Hawthorne. Richard Loncraine takes on the one of the greatest literary villians of all time and sets it in the time period of the 1930s. “A shamelessly entertaining display of acting brilliance.” —Washington Post. ____________________________________________________ Nov. 7 – Oliva De Havilland made her film debut with James Cagney and Mickey Rooney lead and all star cast in A Midsummers Night Dream under the direction of Max Reinhardt won the multiple academy awards in the 1935 film version of one of Shakespeare’s most popular works of the stage featuring music Felix Mendelssohn. ____________________________________________________ Dec. 12 – Baz Luhrmann sets this 1996 version of the romantic tragedy called Romeo + Juliet in the fictional modern-day location called Verona Beach. This film retains the original Shakespearean dialogue, but the Montagues and Capulets are represented by warring business empires. Leonardo Di Caprio and Claire Dares play the star crossed lovers.

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UNCW Fall 2013 curricular connections