UNCSA Summer Session 2013

Dance, Drama, Music, Filmmaking, Visual Arts

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Old School! @ (U)NCSA

Filed under UNCSA photo archive flickr

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Aaron Copland at (U)NCSA: an article from 1971

NC ESSAY 30 Mar 1971
Two generations ago when the school was welcoming its sixth class of college freshman, students were coping with draft boards, campus master plans and welcoming Aaron Copland for a 70th birthday celebration in the form of a four day festival. BeeBee Fenstermaker by William Snyder was challenging the third year drama students and draft counselors were offering information and advice on the Vietnam draft boards.

Aaron Copland at (U)NCSA: an article from 1971

NC ESSAY 30 Mar 1971

Two generations ago when the school was welcoming its sixth class of college freshman, students were coping with draft boards, campus master plans and welcoming Aaron Copland for a 70th birthday celebration in the form of a four day festival. BeeBee Fenstermaker by William Snyder was challenging the third year drama students and draft counselors were offering information and advice on the Vietnam draft boards.

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tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR EARLIEST HUMAN MEMORY?

In 1967, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (then the North Carolina School of the Arts) began its first Summer Session. The summer programs then took place in Sienna, Italy, and were made possible by Dr. James and Mary SemansimageDr. and Mrs. Semans gave aid and comfort to untold numbers of budding artists for their educations and careers. The library endowment, scholarship funds and Semans Art Fund, a grant program that provides ongoing support for student-initiated projects, represent only a portion of the many ways in which these two generous supporters have served the school. 

The Library Dedication to Dr. and Mrs. Semans in 1978