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Math Literacy Week

  • 03/23
  • 4:55 pm-4:55 pm

UNC Asheville’s Department of Mathematics will present a series of talks during Math Literacy Week which begins March 27, demonstrating how to use math to better understand sports, music and more.  The keynote talk will be the annual Parsons Lecture, delivered this year by Tim Chartier of Davidson College – Playing from a Laptop: Sports Analytics, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 30 in UNC Asheville’s Kimmel Arena. All Math Literacy Week activities are free and open to the public.

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Christine Boone: Notes and Numbers: An Introduction to the Analysis of Atonal Music

  • 03/23
  • 4:55 pm-4:55 pm
  • Presenter: Christine Boone, UNC Asheville assistant professor of music
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Echofest - Free Concerts on Four Stages

  • 03/23
  • 1:52 pm-1:52 pm

Blue Echo Radio, UNC Asheville’s student online radio station, presents its annual music festival, Echofest, free and open to everyone, with some 35 bands performing on four different stages on the university campus from noon-11 p.m. on Saturday, March 25.

The music will span many genres, including pop-punk, classic rock, punk, indie, rap, jam, blues, acoustic rock, and folk. The Echofest main stage as well as the Helpmate stage will be on the UNC Asheville Quad, and other stages will be in Lipinsky Hall as well as The Glasshouse connected to Ramsey Library.

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Arts Fest

  • 03/24
  • 10:30 am-10:30 am

UNC Asheville’s third annual Arts Fest, including free musical performances, film screenings, exhibits, creative workshops and more, will be held April 6-8 across campus. Featured artists Clarissa Sligh, David LaMotte, and David Hess will present their respective works related to the Arts Fest theme, “Arts for Social Change.”

Featured Artists:

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Arts Fest Activities - April 7

  • 03/23
  • 1:52 pm-1:52 pm
  • 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m., art hack event, in which participants will combine computer code with traditional art materials to co-create projects, and will combine code, cardboard and microcontrollers to develop survival-oriented materials. Activities will take place in the CrAFT Studio in the lower level of Ramsey Library.
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David LaMotte Free Concert

  • 03/23
  • 1:52 pm-1:52 pm

Award-winning songwriter, speaker and writer David LaMotte will perform a free concert on the UNC Asheville Quad at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, April 7. LaMotte had suspended his 18-year music career at its peak in 2008 to pursue his other passion by accepting a Rotary World Peace Fellowship to study international relations, peace and conflict resolution at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. He is the author of three books, including two illustrated children’s books, and is a public speaker and workshop leader.

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Jazz and Contemporary Music - Student, Faculty and Alumni Jam

  • 03/21
  • 2:53 pm-2:53 pm

Students, faculty and alumni will come together to showcase their talents in the relaxed environment of the White Horse Black Mountain, 105 Montreat Road in Black Mountain, NC.

Admission is $5 / free for participating musicians. Beverages and food additional.

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Reggae Jam Session with Blakk Rasta and UNC Asheville Faculty

  • 03/21
  • 10:13 am-10:13 am

Abubakar Ahmed, popularly known as Blakk Rasta, will lead a lunch & learn titled "Navigating Civil Discourse," from noon-1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23 in the Overlook Hall Multipurpose Room 011. 

Ahmed also will present a lecture, "Religion vs. Pan-Africanism in Africa Today," in Humanities Lecture Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 23.

He also will jam with two members of the UNC Asheville faculty, Agya Boakye-Boaten on drums,  and Jeremias Zunguze on guitar, from 7-8:30 p.m. in Highsmith Union in The Grotto.

These events are free and open to everyone.

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Center for Jewish Studies 35th Anniversary Concert with Danny Maseng

  • 03/21
  • 10:13 am-10:13 am

Danny Maseng will perform a concert of inspirational music from Jewish and world traditions on the main stage at Isis Restaurant and Music Hall, 743 Haywood Rd. in Asheville, at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 26. Tickets are $15 with food and beverages additional. For dinner reservations and/or tickets, call 828.575.2737 or visit isisasheville.com.

This is the culminating event in the celebration of the 35th anniversary of UNC Asheville's Center for Jewish Studies (CJS). 

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Center for Jewish Studies 35th Anniversary Celebration - Danny Maseng and "The Passion, the Beauty, the Heartbreak: Israel through Poetry and Music"

  • 03/21
  • 10:13 am-10:13 am

The Center for Jewish Studies (CJS) 35th Anniversary Celebration continues with Danny Maseng, presenting The Passion, the Beauty, the Heartbreak: Israel through Poetry and Music, at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 24th in the Reuter Center. Free and open to everyone.