ACE is UNCW's student programming organization. It is our responsibility and privilege to coordinate various student-produced events on campus. We provide a diversified schedule of programs and activities that promote opportunities for educational, social, and cultural growth for students and the campus community. Basically, we make sure that our fellow students have a lot of fun and interesting events and activities to enjoy.
Be a part of the UNCW tradition! Submit up to three pieces of artwork by Monday, February 6 at 5 p.m. All work will be jurored and the work that is selected will be revealed at the opening reception on February 23, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. Pieces will also be considered for awards including Best in Show! See the rules, regulations, and application form here. Submissions will be taken starting in November.
Programmers in Training, or PIT Crew, is your key to becoming a member of ACE. PIT Crew is a five-week training course on leadership and programming. Over the five weeks, you will attend five ninety-minute interactive sessions, get hands-on experience working an ACE event, and attend two different committee meetings. By the end, you'll have a full understanding of ACE and the skills necessary to be a successful, active member.
For more information, please visit this page.
Boseman Gallery Committee
The Boseman Gallery Committee is the ACE committee which helps administer programs for the Boseman Gallery. You do not need to be an art student or even an artist to participate. All you need is an appreciation for the visual arts and a desire to be involved on your campus. To participate, contact Emily McLamb, the 2016-2017 chair, to get involved.