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2015-16 Events Calendar Facebook

All events are free and open to the public. <Campus Map>

Spring 2016 Events
Date, Time, Location
Thursday, February 4
7 p.m., KE 1111
Saturday, February 13
7:30 p.m., UNCW Kenan Auditorium
(all tickets $5)
Thursday, February 18
7 p.m., KE 1111

MFA Thesis Reading I

(Bradford, Sahm, Shubert, Wilson, Molinary, Ramos)

Thursday, February 25
7 p.m., CI 1008

MFA Thesis Reading II

(Granger, O’Reilly, Roddy, Williams, Anim, Harcrow, Sorensen)

Thursday, March 3
7 p.m., CI 1008

MFA Thesis Reading III

(C. Clark, Davis, Larsen, J. Clark, Palmer, Weiss)

Thursday, March 17
7 p.m., CI 1008

MFA Thesis Reading IV

(Steele, Apfeld, Kaune, Klose, Tap, Bateman)

Thursday, April 7
7 p.m., CI 1008

A Reading with Visiting Writer

Nikky Finney

Thursday, April 21
7 p.m., KE 1111


Fall 2015 Events
Date, Time, Location

The Thirsty Tome

featuring MFA alum ('06) Gwendolyn Knapp and selected graduate students

(event hosted by Randall Library)

Tuesday, August 25
6 p.m., Sherman Hayes Gallery,
Randall Library first floor

Ben Steelman hosts 'Prologue' with Michael White in conversation about his newest book, Travels in Vermeer

(event hosted by WHQR)

Monday, September 14
7 p.m., WHQR Gallery

254 N. Front St., Suite 3
Downtown Wilmington

A Book Launch Party with
Nina de Gramont, reading from her latest book, The Last September

(event hosted by Pomegranate Books)

Tuesday, September 15

7 p.m., Pomegranate Books

4418 Park Avenue, Wilmington

A Reading with Malena Mörling,
also featuring poets Michael Morse and Gabriella Calvocoressi

(event hosted by Old Books on Front Street)

Friday, September 18

6 p.m., Old Books on Front Street

249 N. Front St.,
Downtown Wilmington

Chautauqua Issue 12 Launch Party

music by Whiskey Creek

<read the blog post>

Wednesday, September 23
6 p.m., Cameron Art Museum Courtyard
3201 S. 17th St., Wilmington
Thursday, September 24
7 p.m., Kenan Hall 1111

A Reading and Conversation with
Canadian Poet Jason Camlot
Featuring Special Guest Beth Staples

(event hosted by the English Department)

Thursday, October 1
3 p.m., Wrightsville Beach Room,
(FSC 2017)

NC Arts Council Fellowship
Artist Reception and Reading
with fellowship recipients

Anna Lena Phillips Bell honored,
--Clyde Edgerton & current NC poet laureate Shelby Stephenson to speak--

(event hosted by Cameron Art Museum;
light hors d'oeuvres will be served)

Sunday, October 4

3 p.m., Cameron Art Museum

3201 S. 17th St., Wilmington

A Reading with David Gessner
from his latest book,
All the Wild that Remains

(event hosted by NHC Public Library)

Sunday, October 18

2 p.m., Northeast Regional Library

1241 Military Cutoff Rd., Wilmington

Monday, November 16 -
Friday, November 20
various UNCW venues

A Reading with students from the "Love, Hunger, Memory: Writing on Food" class, curated by professor
Robert Anthony Siegel

Thursday, December 3

7 p.m., Pomegranate Books

4418 Park Avenue, Wilmington


 

 

2014-15 Events Calendar

Spring 2015 Events
Date, Time, Location
Thursday, January 29
7 p.m., KE 1111

Tuesday, February 24

6 p.m., Randall Library

Sherman Hayes Gallery

MFA Thesis Reading

(Doran, Eades, Jones, Nicholas, Snell)

Thursday, February 26
7 p.m., CI 1008

MFA Thesis Reading

(Lupinacci, C. Miller, Prince, Wallace, Wallin)

Thursday, March 5
7 p.m., CI 1008

MFA Thesis Reading

(Cipriani, Matsumoto, Siegrist, Thornsburg)

Friday, March 20
7 p.m., CI 1008
Tuesday, March 24
7 p.m., MO 100

MFA Thesis Reading

(Hammerbeck, Hess, McShea, Rachlin)

Thursday, March 26
7 p.m., CI 1008

MFA Thesis Reading

(Greenberg, Krepp, Kusnic, J. Miller, Moseley, Selin)

Thursday, April 16
7 p.m., CI 1008

BFA Thesis Reading

CRW 496-001, de Gramont class

Wednesday, April 22
5 p.m., KE 1111

A Reading with students from the "Border Crossing: Travel Narratives" class, curated by professor
Robert Anthony Siegel

Friday, April 24

7 p.m., Pomegranate Books

4418 Park Avenue, Wilmington

BFA Thesis Reading

CRW 496-002, Furia class

Wednesday, April 29
5 p.m., KE 1111

 

Fall 2014 Events
Date, Time, Location

The Thirsty Tome

featuring Malena Mörling, Nina de Gramont, and selected graduate students

(event hosted by Randall Library)

Tuesday, August 26
6 p.m., Sherman Hayes Gallery,
Randall Library first floor
Thursday, September 11
6 p.m., Cameron Art Museum Courtyard
3201 S. 17th St., Wilmington
Thursday, September 25
7 p.m., Kenan Hall 1111
Thursday, October 16
7 p.m., Kenan Hall 1111

MFA Thesis Reading

(McInnis)

Monday, October 27
7 p.m., KE 1111

A Poetry Reading with Michael White,

from his newest book, Vermeer in Hell

Thursday, October 30
7 p.m., Kenan Hall 1111
Monday, November 3 -
Friday, November 7
various UNCW venues

Ecotone's Sustenance issue launch and farm-to-table supper with
Feast Down East

 

Sustenance issue launch and farm-to-table supper

Friday, November 7
6 p.m., Kenan Hall courtyard

Seating is limited, and no tickets will be sold at the door.

Click to purchase tickets.

A Reading with MFA student Drew Krepp,

from his debut novel, The Salt Marsh King

Sunday, November 9

4 p.m., Old Books on Front Street

249 N. Front St.,
Downtown Wilmington

A Reading with students from the "Travel Narratives: Art of the Journey" class, curated by professor May-lee Chai

Saturday, November 15

3 p.m., Pomegranate Books

4418 Park Avenue, Wilmington

BFA Thesis Readings

Thursday, November 20
5 p.m., Kenan Hall 1111

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