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Exhibit showcases 20 years of work by Stoel Burrowes

furniture display

On February 24, the Department of Interior Architecture hosted a special exhibit of work by Stoel Burrowes, a fine woodworker, artist, and longtime UNC Greensboro lecturer. The exhibit sampled 20 years worth of work near UNCG, including handcrafted furniture, woodwork, and artwork depicting the space between life and death. Burrowes … Continued

Virtual Reality brings the past to life at Magnolia House

Combining design, history, and computer science, UNC Greensboro is bringing a piece of important local history to life.   Members of UNCG’s Interior Architecture and Computer Science departments recently teamed up to create a virtual reality (VR) tour of the historic Magnolia House as it would have appeared in the 1950s. … Continued

Events explore the interaction between space and sound

musician plays sound sculpture

On Saturday, March 20, UNC Greensboro’s Interior Architecture Department and School of Music joined creative forces for two events exploring the way space and sound interact. “Sound is a constant in most of our lives, yet we spend very little time considering its production and effect,” said Stephen Skorski, a … Continued

Class of 2020: Amanda Romero graduates under impressive circumstances

Image of Amanda Romero in cap and gown

On Friday, December 11, 2020, Amanda Romero graduated with her master’s degree from UNC Greensboro under unique – and impressive – circumstances. Not only did she complete her degree while working full-time for the Department of Interior Architecture, but she also adopted two children in the process – moving from … Continued