The neo-classical post office building — now The Millennium Center — in downtown Winston-Salem, NC, with its Corinthian columns and arched windows, hardly looks like a blank canvas or a stage, but for three nights in November, students from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts transformed the building with colored light and projected images into a work of public art. Using warm colors inspired by Impressionist painter Claude Monet, the students borrowed Abstract ...

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