Events

Featured Sensoria Visual Artist Alice Ballard’s Harmony With an Edge solo exhibition is now available virtually! Open this link to experience Ballard's nuanced ceramic work, with its deep connections to nature and the environment, as installed in the Overcash Gallery.
  • Wed. April 15 at 5:30PM

Student Film Portfolio Show

Track: Arts & Design
View student Vanessa Anzola's short film "Merge," one of the amazing student films created this year and prepared for the student portfolio show, featuring work from students in our film and digital media classes.          
  • Wed. April 15 at 5:30PM

View prints by Central Piedmont Advertising + Graphic Design students Ashley Rice and Nick Graber. These would have been featured in a Sensoria celebration of print works presented by Central Piedmont's THE CURIOUS: A+GD Student Life club in partnership with Queen City Zinefest.
  • Wed. April 15 at 5:30PM

Interdisciplinary Dramatic Writing

Track: Arts & Design
In this video presentation, ENG instructor Kimberly Saunders examines how research from various disciplines plays a significant role in writing realistic drama. She includes examples from her own work, Role Play, and concludes with a writing prompt to encourage research-based creative writing.
  • Mon. April 20 at 2:30PM

SWAG (Student Writers' Assembled Guild) students read their own poems and poems by US Poet Laureate Joy Harjo. These students would've presented at an Open Mic for all at Levine Campus, and Joy Harjo was scheduled as our Irene Blair Honeycutt Distinguished Lecturer for Sensoria 2020. Click on the event title to get to these amazing readings!
  • Wed. April 29 at 12PM

Join Amplify Charlotte Founder Christine Edwards for this presentation and Q&A from Central Piedmont Student Life about how to become - and stay - engaged. Live on 4/29 and via recording thereafter!
  • Wed. April 29 at 3PM

Join author and business owner Alisa Clickenger and Central Piedmont historian Kathryn Wells as they engage the Journey to Equality and the 2020 Celebration of the 19th Amendment, which granted women in the US the right to vote. LIVE: April 30, 1pm; via recording afterward.
  • Thu. April 30 at 1PM

Congratulations to the nine recipients of the 2020 Sensoria Scholarships, recommended by faculty in the respective disciplines and awarded by the Central Piedmont Foundation! A total of $4,500 in scholarship funds for future studies at Central Piedmont have been awarded to these nine students in visual, literary, and performing arts. Click on this link for more info! Thumbnail: 2019 scholarship recipient Myesha N. Winston (visual art) with instructor Mary Kilburn.
  • Tue. May 05 at 12:30PM

If you are interested in independent publishing, entrepreneurship, or thriving through your best life through F Words — this virtual session is for you! Join Fabi, 2019 North Carolina Women in Business Hall of Fame inductee, for this exciting and thought-provoking hour. Live on 5/4 and via recording thereafter!    
  • Tue. May 05 at 4PM

Adrienne Charleston, Life Coach, will discuss how to make goals, plan for each step, and achieve your goals--with a tailored approach given the current pandemic paradigm. Join this event live, or come back later to listen to the recorded presentation. LIVE: April 22, 10:30 - 11:20am; via audio recording beginning on May 5.
  • Tue. May 05 at 5:30PM

2020 Featured Sensoria Artist Alice Ballard will discuss her expertise in creating works of ceramic art via video recording available June 5!
  • Fri. June 05 at 5:30PM