Read Marie Riccoboni’s sparkling novel about a female apprentice painter, The Story of Ernestine, published in 1765. Discover and discuss connections between the experience of the fictional Ernestine and the historical painters of the “generation of 1700.” Ellen Welch (Romance Studies, UNC-Chapel Hill) leads a discussion of its connections with Genius and Grace. Free for Ackland Members, valid UNC OneCard holders, and high school students with ID. $5 for all others. RSVP here!
Getting Married in the Southern Part of Heaven
Orange County is a great place to get married, and the process is easy.
Your first stop is the...
This part of Franklin Street—just before Chapel Hill turns into Carrboro—has a high concentration of fabulous Dining...
Spend the day sampling the below ideas if you have kids or enjoy taking in local attractions.
Park downtown Chapel Hill at the Wallace Deck public parking lot.
Explore the UNC Campus
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is...
A visit to Chapel Hill means world-class performances, indie music and top-notch opportunities to view visual art. [Image Source, UNC
Hillsborough is a small town with a big history.