The Kenan Institute for the Arts at UNC School of the Arts is a catalyst that encourages and supports the exploration and development of new knowledge to transform the way artists, organizations and communities approach their creative challenges.
Through its new five-year strategic plan, Creative Catalyst Initiative, the Institute will empower the next generation of artist leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators; enhance creative placemaking near the UNCSA campus; and engage the creative community across the region to increase access, equity and inclusion across the sector.
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Rob Kramer and Pier Carlo Talenti interview Lisa Wolpe, acclaimed Shakespearean actor, founder of the Los Angeles Women's Shakespeare Company, writer, director and producer.
Corey Madden interviews Tito Muñoz, Music Director of the Phoenix Symphony and former Music Director of Opéra National de Lorraine and the Orchestre Symphonique et Lyrique de Nancy in France.
The Kenan Institute's Artivate 2020 Summit, with a theme of Art + Healing, will be held virtually this year on September 15 and 16. Registration for the virtual Summit opens June 13.
For Latesha Smith, engaging in an 18-month Fellowship with Spoleto Festival USA, coupled with the Creative Catalyst Certificate program, is all about the pivot. The program has helped invigorate her career, deepen her talents and explore new skills.
UNCSA and the Kenan Institute for the Arts announce the opening of Creative CoWorks, a satellite campus located in the Don Flow Building downtown that will be dedicated to encouraging creative entrepreneurship in the UNCSA student-body and local community.