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Sufi Journey

A Reflection on The House is Black by Holly Bullis

Sussan Deyhim: THE HOUSE IS BLACK MEDIA PROJECT
“One can be like a wind-up doll and look at the world with eyes of glass, one can lie for years in lace and tinsel a body stuffed with straw inside a felt-lined box, at every lustful touch for no reason at all one can give out a cry “Ah,… Read More >

Workshop: How to Defeat Islamophobia

Performance can help us to examine substantive issues of the day and can be a catalyst for dialogue and learning. Our Sacred/Secular: A Sufi Journey project for example, offers a variety of performances and events that reveal the plurality of Muslim identity and refute monolithic thinking.
In a… Read More >

The Institute for Arts and Humanities seeks faculty proposals

IAH/CPA Evaluation Innovation Grants
The Institute for Arts & Humanities seeks proposals for faculty projects that assess or evaluate the current Carolina Performing Arts project Sacred/Secular: A Sufi Journey. A year-long program of performances and engagement experiences, Sacred/Secular seeks… Read More >

Profile: Aisha Anwar

On February 10, 2015, Razan Abu-Salha, Yusor Abu-Salha and Deah Barakat lost their lives in a hate crime that shook the Chapel Hill community. The night of the vigil I watched, through my tears, the candles flickering and wondered, how long will the candle wax stain these bricks? My perceptions… Read More >

Student Ambassadors Program

We invite undergraduates from any major to participate in the newly-launched Carolina Performing Arts (CPA) Student Ambassadors program. The program aims to foster compassionate dialogue among students and peers via this season’s year-long exploration of Muslim cultures through music, dance… Read More >