Whether they're making waves in their chosen field, helping those in need, or giving back to their alma mater (or some combination of all three) our alumni do some amazing work. Keep up with some of the latest news and happenings from UNCSA graduates here.
Jessica McJunkins' award for creative project will support her work as a cultural equity contractor for artists of color. Olivia Mead's award for creative enterprise will sustain her nonprofit organization, YogaShield Yoga For First Responders (YFFR).
Visual Arts student Sadie Cornette Cook (HS '16) says UNCSA gave her portfolio the edge over applicants to Yale and other art schools.
Alumnus Jared Redick has been named interim dean of the School of Dance at tUNCSA, Interim Provost Karin Peterson has announced. Redick has served as assistant dean of ballet since 2013.
High School Dance alumna and DLA faculty member Melissa MacLeod has spent the last several years performing as Cashavelly Morrison, earning recognition from the likes of Rolling Stone and NPR.
A celebrated musical and a celebrated school are innovating, as artists embrace a new era of creating transformative work.
UNCSA will hold two online celebrations in May to mark what will be the university's 54th commencement, Interim Chancellor Brian Cole has announced.
UNCSA alumni are nominated for Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk awards for their work on off-Broadway productions. The nominees from UNCSA include Camille A. Brown, Gus Halper, Lisa Renkel, Tim Mackabee and Kristina Poe.
Matt "Smokey" Cloud has worked for years as an assistant sound editor on feature films for 20th Century Fox. That work helped the film "Ford v. Ferrari" win an Academy Award.