Carolina Creative Campus at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill uses the arts to engage in campus and community wide thematic programming on specific topics each academic year. Through interdisciplinary collaborations with artists, speakers, academic leaders and key community partners, the Office of the Executive Director for the Arts will engage in the discussion of important societal issues through the arts, humanities, politics, law, religion, the media and more.
The Gender Project is a year-long, cross-campus conversation that uses the arts as the foundation to explore questions of gender as identity, in society, and in our daily lives. Though interdisciplinary collaborations with artists, speakers, academic leaders and key community partners, the campus will explore the issues surrounding gender and identity in our lives through the arts, humanities, politics, law, religion, the media and more.
Visit www.carolinacreativecampus.org to
View project updates and additions
Let us know what you are doing if you would like your event to be included in this year long conversation. If you are engaging in this conversation in or out of the classroom, on or off campus, let us know!
Participate online by sharing your story or opinion at blog.carolinacreativecampus.org
There will be ongoing discussions and events all year and we hope you will be a part of them. Below is an overview of some of the activities that will be happening in the fall, but please visit www.carolinacreativecampus.org for the latest update on events and activities across campus and blog.carolinacreativecampus.org to share your perspectives.
For more information or to participate in the project contact us:
Phone (919) 843 1833