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Bounce Magazine is a non-partisan humor magazine dedicated to amusing and enriching the UNC-Chapel Hill community with satirical commentary on current events, both on campus and around the globe.

The Arts Commission works to develop the arts in Orange County, North Carolina. This site features a searchable database of over 1200 local artists and organizations, a list of local arts calendars, and a substantial links page. We also offer…

DefineDesign is a point of confluence of design ideas. Information design, graphic design, interface design and interaction design have a strong overlap of interest and expertise. Architecture, urban planning and environmental design have…

Website for the Oragne County Artists Guild: art, oil paint, acrylic, abstract, sculpture, plaster, bronze, clay, pottery, fiber, realism, modern art, cubism, futrismm, North Carolina, local, furniture

Located in a National Register of Historic Places District, the museum is housed in an elegantly simple Greek Revival building. Other museum buildings include the Old Jail (1848), Train Depot (1901) and a modern Carriage House. At GCM, you will see…

Pat Badani is a new media artist engaged in an ongoing cluster of works begun in 1994. In these works "Housebroken", "Cultures & Ferments", "Tower-Tour", baked bread-bowls serve various functions allowing me to explore…

The Open Photo Project is a collection of copyrighted photographs (approx 20,000) released under a user-friendly license.

An open art archive which provides a space online for artists to publish their visuals ('the Artchive'). There are collaborative art projects ('Synergy'), a discussion area for the community and news about what the SITO community.

Dr. Priyatosh Banerjee is a leading exponent of Indian and Central Asian Art. He has its his credit about 200 Research articles and 10 books on Indian Art and Central Asian Art and Religions. Many full text articles on the site.Dr. Radha Banerjee is…

A selection of some of the world's greatest poets reading their poetry. Both sound and text are available. Currently featured are Czeslaw Milosz, Seamus Heaney, Philip Levine, Margaret Walker, Yusef Komunyakaa, Richard Wilbur, and Robert Pinsky.