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A resource for the UNCW community to make connections between UNCW courses and performing arts and lecture events through UNCW Presents.

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Performing Arts & LectureS 2012-13

Fall 2012 Curricular Connections to the ARTS & HUMANITIES


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Introduction

Thank you for using the Fall 2012 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. Look for an electronic edition of the Spring 2012 Curricular Connections to Arts on the UNCW Presents web site at www.uncw.edu/presents/curricularconnections.html. Additionally, 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/arts.

Faculty Resources

New Times and Locations! Please note that all Arts in Action performances will begin at 7 p.m. in Kenan Auditorium. The Leadership Lecture Series will be 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 and Beyond 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 Shane Fernando at 962.7972 or fernandol@uncw.edu.

www.uncw.edu/presents • artsinaction@uncw.edu • Box Office 910.962.3500


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 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-Fri, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Sat-Sun, 4 to 9 p.m.) Events may be subject to change.

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 in partnership with the Association for Campus Entertainment (ACE), 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.


Exhibition Series Conflict Zone

Boseman Gallery

Exhibition runs August 16 - September 30 • Warwick Center Lobby Gallery Cosponsored by the Seahawk Perch, Student Veterans Organization, LGBTQIA Office and the Women’s Resource Center. Jackie Spinner, former staff writer for The Washington Post and current assistant professor of journalism at Columbia College Chicago, presents a collection of images from the front lines of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, captured by some of the worlds leading combat photographers and journalists.

Web Resources www.conflictzone.org/ www.lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/02/09/two-wars-seen-many-ways/ www.uncw.edu/boseman

Suggested Curricular Connections

ART 280 ART 282 COM 160 COM 250 COM 258 COM 265 COM 268 COM 351

Introduction to Photography Introduction to Digital Photography Engaging Contemporary Media Introduction to Political Communication Rhetoric of Popular Culture Media, Culture and Society Broadcast Journalism Media and Politics

PLS 111 PLS 202 PLS 218 PLS 424 WMS 210 WMS 212 WMS 230

Politics and Government in Global Perspective Contemporary American Political Issues Ethics in International Affairs International Security Introduction to Women’s Studies Sexuality and Gender Women in Film

www.uncw.edu/boseman • artgallery@uncw.edu • 910.962.7722


Exhibition Series

Boseman Gallery

Engulfed Exhibition runs August 23 - September 13 • Boseman Gallery
 Free and open to the public The gallery becomes art in this interactive student-designed installation featuring an ever-growing collection of jellyfish. Come and add your contribution to this undersea experience.

Reception
 5:30-6:30 PM • Thursday, August 23, 2012 • Boseman Gallery Free and open to the public

Web Resources http://uncw.edu/boseman

Suggested Curricular Connections

ART 102 ART 251 ART 252 ART 351 ART 352 ART 451 ART 452 ART 475 ARH 311 BIO 170 BIO 318 BIO 362 BIO 434

Three-Dimensional Design Beginning Sculpture Beginning Sculpture Intermediate Sculpture Intermediate Sculpture Advanced Sculpture Advanced Sculpture Art As A Career Contemporary Art Biology of the Sea Invertebrate Zoology Marine Biology Coastal Marine Biology

www.uncw.edu/boseman • artgallery@uncw.edu • 910.962.7722


Arts in Action Performance Series

Connecting Crossroad in North Carolina Daniel Bernard Roumain with Laurelyn Dossett

7 PM • Saturday, September 15 • Kenan Auditorium $5 students, $22 public Haitian American violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) performs with N.C. singer/songwriter, Laurelyn Dossett to kick off our season. DBR’s innovative musical style has branded him as a notable innovative composer, performer and bandleader, known for crossing cultural boundaries and mixing genres, collaborating with the likes of Philip Glass and Lady Gaga. Laurelyn Dossett brings the sound of southern folk music to this project; she has recently been noted for her holiday song cycle, “The Gathering,” commissioned by the North Carolina Symphony in 2011. The performance at UNCW is part of a larger, state-wide residency project, Connecting Crossroads in North Carolina, which will unveil original works commissioned during DBR’s 2012 visits to communities around the state; the concert will also feature local performers from UNCW and the Wilmington community. DBR and Dossett will be in residence at UNCW for five days offering free master classes, workshops, lecture/demonstrations and special performances. For details, contact Shane Fernando, fernandol@uncw.edu.

Web Resources Artist Website - www.dbrmusic.com Artist Website - www.laurelyndossett.com Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfveTBXBUcY Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YndEUQ4sJbI

Suggested Curricular Connections

ANT 205 ANT 206 ANT 303 ART 495 COM 219 CRW 305 ECN 250 EDL 554 EDL 551 FNA 101 MUS 111

Human Societies Cultural Anthropology Culture and Gender Women in Art Voice and Diction The Creative Process Capitalism and Global Mkt Leadership Theory & Behav Student Dev Theory Cultures of World Music Aural Skills & Sight-Seeing

MUS 105 MUS 106 MUS 110 MUS 146 MUS 181 MUS 244 MUS 204 MUS 396 PLS 334 PAR 495 PHY 550

Rudiments of Music Exploring Music Intro to Music Technology Class Voice I Rhythm Section Techniques Instrumental Techniques Applied Music: Violin Private – Violin Revolutionary Movements Meta-Ethics Fluid Mechanics

www.uncw.edu/presents • artsinaction@uncw.edu • Box Office 910.962.3500


Exhibition Series

Boseman Gallery

Innocent Nkurunziza: Rwanda Shares Exhibition runs September 20 - October 25 • Boseman Gallery Free and open to the public A celebration of Rwanda featuring student art alongside the art of Innocent Nkurunziza, one of Rwanda’s leading artists. Nkurunziza’s paintings explore “Mother Rwanda,” the country as place and parent, blending examinations of its natural environment, its present and its past.

Reception
 5:30-6:30 PM • Thursday, September 20, 2012 • Boseman Gallery Free and open to the public

Web Resources http://ivukaarts.com/artists/innocent-nkurunziza/ www.uncw.edu/boseman

Suggested Curricular Connections

AFN 130 ANT 206 ANT 387 ANT 445 ARH 311 ARH 320 ART 101 ART 242 ART 341 ART 342 ART 441 ART 442 ART 475 ART 476 BUS 105 COM 265

African American Studies Cultural Anthropology Museum Studies Practicing Ethnography Contemporary Art African Art Two-Dimensional Design Beginning Painting Intermediate Painting Intermediate Painting Advanced Painting Advanced Painting Art as A Career Senior Exhibit Introduction to Business Media, Culture and Soc

COM 346 COM 358 GGY 180 HON 120 HST 209 HST 340 LED 311 PAR 220 PLS 111 PLS 334 PSY 271 SOC 320 SOC 525 TFP 301

Interracial Communication Diversity in Public Communication World Geography I Honors Enrichment Seminar: Becoming a Global Citizen African-American History Race, Gender and Citizenship Communication and Leadership Race and Social Justice Politics and Government in Global Perspective Revolutionary Movements Psychology of Human Diversity Rural Sociology Racial and Ethnic Group Relations Race and Education

www.uncw.edu/boseman • artgallery@uncw.edu • 910.962.7722


Arts in Action Performance Series

Royal Drummers & Dancers of Burundi 7 PM • Wednesday, September 26, 2012 • Kenan Auditorium $5 UNCW students, $18 UNCW employees, $22 public Co-sponsored by UNCW Office of International Programs

Offering the “ultimate African drum experience”, Royal Drummers and Dancers of Burundi are one of the greatest percussion ensembles in the world, born out of centuries old tradition. Since the 1960s, they have toured the world, bringing their unique influence to world music. Traditionally, the drummers travelled with Burundi’s kings and played at ceremonies such as births, funerals and coronations. In Burundi, drums represent regeneration, and the techniques the drummers employ have been passed down from father to son for centuries. Energy and sharp rhythms will make this performance the ultimate African drum experience! "A constant parade of players improvised on the central drum, dancing to the rhythms, leaping or twirling drumsticks in the air or around their necks. It was all a celebration of ability, the sheer pleasure of competitive creativity, and - strikingly similar to what happens in a jazz jam session - more virtuosic than sentimental." —The New York Times

Web Resources Artist Website - http://www.cami.com/?webid=1769 Heavenly Planet - http://www.heavenlyplanet.com/featured/dob.html Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAgzvKBWD7c

Suggested Curricular Connections

AFN 130 African American Studies HST 209 ANT 206 Cultural Anthropology MUS 105 ANT 445 Practicing Ethnography MUS 106 BIO 335 Genetics MUS 146 BIO 495 History of Life MUS 181 BIO 605 Evolution and Diversity MUS 361 COM 220 Interpersonal Com PAR 231 COM 265 Media, Culture and Soc SWK 355 EXS 340 Biomechanics Sports & Exs THR 112 FNA 101 Cultures of World Music THR 121 FST 393 Sound Recording THR 134 GGY 180 World Geography I THR 231 THR 243

African-American History Rudiments of Music Exploring Music Class Voice I Rhythm Section Techniques History of Music I Primitive and Classic Rel Iss Diversity Generalist Intro to Dance Intro to Theatre Dance Tech. I Applied Perf I Costume and Make-up

www.uncw.edu/presents • artsinaction@uncw.edu • Box Office 910.962.3500


Leadership Lecture Series

Edwidge Danticat 7 PM • Monday, October 1, 2012 • Burney Center Free to UNCW students, faculty and staff, $10 general public Co-sponsored by Women’s Studies and Resource Center Audience Q&A session to follow and books will be available for purchase and signing “A distinctive new voice with a sensitive insight into Haitian culture…”—Publishers Weekly American Book Award winner Edwidge Danticat, author of The Farming of Bones, The Dew Breaker, and National Book Critics’ Circle Award winning Brother, I’m Dying, explores global and Haitian issues affecting women and society at large. Drawing from her own experiences and observations, Danticat offers a valuable and enlightening perspective on immigration, human trafficking, sexual violence, the impact and transformative power of education.

Web Resources http://aalbc.com/authors/edwidge.htm http://www.randomhouse.com/features/danticat/

Suggested Curricular Connections

AFN 290 ANT 206 ANT 303 ANT 445 COM 211 COM 346 COM 351 CRM 300 CRM 410 CRM 420 CRM 495 CRM 495 CRM 315 CRW 201 CRW 305 CRW 306 CRW 544 EDN 545 ENG 101 ENG 111 ENG 230 ENG 318

Literature of the African Diaspora Cultural Anthropology Culture and Gender Practicing Ethnography Storytelling Interracial Communication Media and Politics Methods of Social Research World Criminal Justice Systems Collective Violence Seminar: Crimes Against Humanity Race, Class, Gender and Crime Victimology Intro to Creative Writing The Creative Process Forms of Fiction Fiction Writing Workshop Black Literature and Resources for Teachers College Writing and Reading I Intro to Lit Global Emphasis Women in Literature Writing and Activism

ENG 362 FRH 319 FST 205 GLS 592 HEA 205 HON 120 HST 340 HST 500 LED 311 PAR 220 PAR 378 PLS 111 PLS 334 PSY 264 PSY 271 SHS 210 SWK 355 SOC 320 SOC 525 TFP 301 WMS 210

Studies in the Novel: Troubling Femininities Intro to the Francophone World Introduction to World Cinema Writing with Style Reproduction and Sexuality Honors Enrichment Seminar: Becoming a Global Citizen Race, Gender and Citizenship Historiography and Methodology Communication and Leadership Race and Social Justice Caribbean Religion Politics and Government in Global Perspective Revolutionary Movements Social Psychology Psychology of Human Diversity Introduction to Science, the Humanities and Society Issues in Diversity for Generalist Practice Rural Sociology Racial and Ethnic Group Relations Race and Education Intro to Women’s Studies

Love in the Time of Massacres

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Daniels Distinguished Lecture Series Artist Profile:

Daniels Distinguished Lecture Series Artist Profile:

Eric McRay

Exhibition runs October 4 - 31, 2012 • Warwick Center Lobby Gallery Free and open to the public Vibrant colors, emotion and vitality embue the paintings of Metro magazine’s “Best Local Artist”, Raleigh’s Eric McRay. The Daniels Distinguished Lecture Series supports a series of annual events and initiatives for the university and community as well as provides financial support for diverse students interested in sustaining and strengthening the national discussion about diversity.

Reception 5:30-6:30 PM • Thursday, October 11, 2012 • Warwick Center Lobby Gallery Free and open to the public

Web Resources http://mcraystudios.com/ http://www.ncsu.edu/aacc/index.php/art-gallery/entry/the-diary-of-eric-mcray/ http://www.hayti.org/expressive-jazz-inspired-paintings-by-eric-mcray.html www.uncw.edu/boseman

Suggested Curricular Connections

AFN 130 ANT 206 ANT 387 ANT 445 ARH 311 ART 101 ART 242 ART 341 ART 342 ART 441 ART 442 ART 475 ART 476 BUS 105 COM 265

African American Studies Cultural Anthropology Museum Studies Practicing Ethnography Contemporary Art Two-Dimensional Design Beginning Painting Intermediate Painting Intermediate Painting Advanced Painting Advanced Painting Art as A Career Senior Exhibit Introduction to Business Media, Culture and Soc

COM 346 COM 358 HST 209 HST 340 LED 311 MUS 116 MUS 136 MUS 184 MUS 365 PAR 220 PLS 334 PSY 271 SOC 525 TFP 301

Interracial Communication Diversity in Public Communication African-American History Race, Gender and Citizenship Communication and Leadership History of Jazz Jazz Theory and Keyboard Jazz Ensemble Modern Jazz Race and Social Justice Revolutionary Movements Psychology of Human Diversity Racial and Ethnic Group Relations Race and Education

www.uncw.edu/boseman • artgallery@uncw.edu • 910.962.7722


Arts in Action Performance Series

Dali Quartet 7 PM • Thursday, October 25, 2012 • Kenan Auditorium $6 UNCW students, $18 UNCW employees, $22 public Co-sponsored by UNCW Centro Hispano The award-winning, young members of the Dalí Quartet embrace the spirit of Salvador Dalí, to fuse the eloquence of Latin flavor with the precision of classical technique to create a varied repertoire with a fresh, lush sound. The Venezuelan, classically trained quartet will be joined on stage with a Latin percussionist and UNCW student bass player. The quartet’s passion and ability are acclaimed internationally and make for a stirring, evocative performance unique to the worlds of both classical and Latin music.

stirring, evocative performance

Dalí Quartet will be in residence at UNCW offering the campus and community master classes, workshops and free community performances. For details, contact Shane Fernando, fernandol@uncw.edu. “[The Dalí] have delighted audiences and are inspiring the next generation to discover the joy and power of music.” —Steven Tenenbom - Orion String Quartet

Web Resources Artist Website - http://www.daliquartet.com/ Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NCYjpdcLOg Video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3LzT9xhOxM

Suggested Curricular Connections

COM 219 CRW 305 MAT 101 MAT 141 MUS 111 MUS 106 MUS 244 MUS 115 MUS 117 MUS 130 MUS 185 MUS 396 MUS 396 MUS 396

Voice and Diction The Creative Process Math for Liberal Arts Numbers and Operations Aural Skills & Sight-Seeing Exploring Music Instrumental Techniques Survey of Music Literature American Music Chamber Music Wind Symphony Private – Violin Private – Viola Private – Cello

PAR 110 PAR 495 PHY 550 PSY 264 SPN 101 SPN 102 SPN 201 SPN 202 SPN 206 SPN 212 SPN 310 SPN 323

Intro to Logic Meta-Ethics Fluid Mechanics Social Psychology Introductory Spanish I Introductory Spanish II Intermediate Spanish I Intermediate Spanish II Spanish in Media Latin America Today Business Spanish Introduction to US Latino Literature and Culture

www.uncw.edu/presents • artsinaction@uncw.edu • Box Office 910.962.3500


Exhibition Series

Boseman Gallery

NAMES Project: AIDS Memorial Quilt Exhibition runs November 8 - 15 • Warwick Center Lobby Gallery Free and open to the public UNCW proudly exhibits Cleve Jones’s famed AIDS Memorial quilt, which honors victims of the disease. The quilt will be on display as part of the 2012-13 Synergy program.

Reception 5:30-6:30 PM • Thursday November 8, 2012 • Warwick Center Lobby Free and open to the public

Web Resources AIDS Quilt - http://www.aidsquilt.org/ PBS Frontline Interview - http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/aids/interviews/jones.html

Suggested Curricular Connections

ANT 387 Museum Studies ARH 309 American Art I ARH 310 American Art II ARH 311 Contemporary Art CMR 503 Decision Making and Negotiation COM 104 Concepts in Communication Studies COM 250 Introduction to Political Communication COM 272 Introduction to Organizational Communication COM 335 Great Speeches COM 358 Diversity in Public Communication COM 400 Communication Studies Capstone COM 495 Storytelling in Community II ENG 318 Writing and Activism ENG 552 Rhetoric and Culture GLS 592 Qualitative Research for Program and Organizational Change and Development HST 290 The Practice of History HST 333 American Social History HST 340 Race, Gender and Citizenship

HST 358 HST 444 LED 211 LED 411 LIC 535 MGT 452 MGT 459 MKT 340 PAR 101 PAR 115 PAR 125 PAR 213 PAR 492 PLS 202 PLS 500 REC 270 REC 375 THR 207 THR 208

The United States Since 1945 US Civil Liberties in the 20th and 21st Centuries Principles of Leadership Contemporary Leadership Advanced Social Studies Methods Organizational Development and Change Negotiation Principles of Marketing Philosophical Thinking Introduction to Ethics Great Books of World Religion Existentialism Human Rights Contemporary American Political Issues Managing Pub and Nonprofit Organizations Program Planning and Leadership Leadership and Management in Recreation Services Costume Technology and Production Costume Crafts

www.uncw.edu/boseman • artgallery@uncw.edu • 910.962.7722


Leadership Lecture Series

Cleve Jones: The Power You Have to Make a Difference Synergy Common Reading Keynote Address

7 PM • Monday, November 12, 2012 • Burney Center Free for UNCW students, faculty and staff, $10 general public Co-sponsored by University College and Association for Campus Entertainment Audience Q&A session to follow and books will be available for purchase and signing The creator of the AIDS Memorial Quilt, and founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Cleve Jones has contributed to understanding and hope for those with the disease. His advocacy, which began with his friendship with gay rights activist Harvey Milk, reaches further, focusing on empowering people of all ethnicities and sexual orientations. Cleve Jones is an inspiration, and his talk will inspire you, too, to make a difference.

Web Resources AIDS Quilt - http://www.aidsquilt.org/ PBS Frontline Interview - http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/aids/ interviews/jones.html

Lecturer Website http://www.clevejones.com/

Suggested Curricular Connections

CMR 503 Decision Making and Negotiation COM 104 Concepts in Communication Studies COM 250 Introduction to Political Communication COM 272 Introduction to Organizational Communication COM 335 Great Speeches COM 400 Communication Studies Capstone COM 495 Storytelling in Community II ENG 318 Writing and Activism ENG 552 Rhetoric and Culture GLS 592 Qualitative Research for Program and Organizational Change and Development HST 290 The Practice of History HST 333 American Social History HST 340 Race, Gender and Citizenship HST 358 The United States Since 1945 HST 444 US Civil Liberties in the 20th and 21st Centuries

LED 211 LED 411 LIC 535 MGT 452 MGT 459 MKT 340 PAR 101 PAR 115 PAR 125 PAR 213 PAR 492 PLS 202 PLS 500 REC 270 REC 375

Principles of Leadership Contemporary Leadership Advanced Social Studies Methods Organizational Development and Change Negotiation Principles of Marketing Philosophical Thinking Introduction to Ethics Great Books of World Religion Existentialism Human Rights Contemporary American Political Issues Managing Pub and Nonprofit Organizations Program Planning and Leadership Leadership and Management in Recreation Services

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