Arts & Cultural

The Humanities Council presents Building a Just World film screening series poster

Building a Just World: A Campus and Community Film Series
Nov 15, 2019

The Humanities Council is excited to announce a film series in conjunction with The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country on the 2019-20 humanities theme of “Building a Just World.”

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Yolanda Lopez, Portrait of the Artist as the Virgin of Guadalupe,1978.

Public Lecture by Authors of Junctures in Women’s Leadership: The Arts
Nov 14, 2019

Appalachian State University presents a public lecture by Judith K.

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Boone Native and Award winning filmmaker Lily Keber's documentary “Buckjumping” screened at Belk Library

Boone Native and Award winning filmmaker Lily Keber's documentary “Buckjumping” screened at Belk Library
Nov 12, 2019

"Buckjumping" takes the pulse of present-day New Orleans by turning to its dancers, the men and women who embody the rhythm of the city and prove it on the streets every chance they get.

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Mark Powell, author and professor of creative writing in Appalachian’s Department of English. Photo submitted

Creative writing professor Mark Powell awarded Fulbright for teaching and research in Romania
Nov 8, 2019

Appalachian State University’s Mark Powell, associate professor of creative writing in Appalachian’s Department of English, has been named a grant recipient of the Fulbright Scholar Program.

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Dr. Kathryn Kirpatrick, Department of English professor at Appalachian State University. Photo by University Communications.

Faculty Author Spotlight: Kathryn Kirkpatrick talks about her book “The Fisher Queen”
Nov 7, 2019

Dr. Kathryn Kirpatrick, Department of English professor at Appalachian State University
Monday, Nov. 11, 2019
5 p.m.

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Photo by Wake Forest University, https://news.wfu.edu/experts/barry-trachtenberg/

Religious studies club hosts speaker on Zionism in light of the Holocaust
Nov 4, 2019

Dr. Barry Trachtenburg, Rubin professional chair of Jewish history and director of Wake Forest Universitiy’s Jewish studies program
Monday, Nov. 4, 2019
6:30 p.m.
Belk Library Room 114

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Interviewee Bill Alexander, right, instructs Appalachian State University graduate student Chelsey Johnson, of Knoxville, Tennessee, in how to strip hickory bark for lacing baskets and weaving chair bottoms. Johnson interviewed Alexander for her South Arts-funded grant project documenting living folk traditions in Appalachia. Johnson is an M.A. candidate in Appalachian State University’s Appalachian studies program. Photo by Jesse Barber

South Arts supports App State documentary on living folk traditions in Appalachia
Nov 1, 2019

Living folk traditions practiced by the people of diverse cultures in Western North Carolina will be preserved for generations to come thanks to the documentary work of Appalachian State University graduate student Chelsey Johnson, an M.A.

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