The UNCSA Archives is open for research by appointment. Please contact us to discuss your area of interest and schedule a visit.
The Archives is located on the third floor of the University Library Annex, and is accessed through the third floor bridge from the main Library. For directions to UNCSA and a campus map, see the campus Directions & Parking page.
The UNCSA Archives is open to all students, faculty, staff, and the public. Due to their value, condition, and unique nature, Archives materials may only be used in the Research Room. We appreciate your observing the following handling and safety precautions, which are required to ensure the long-term preservation of our collections.
The UNCSA Archives supports and encourages physical and virtual access to the materials in our collections. However, examining or acquiring reproductions of materials from the Archives does not convey the right to publish, exhibit, distribute, or otherwise reproduce the materials in full or in part. For any use of reproductions beyond private study, scholarship, and research, users of materials are responsible for identifying copyright holders and understanding and complying with U.S. copyright law. Visit the Society of American Archivists' Copyright and Unpublished Materials brochure for additional information on copyright for archival research.
While the Archives may hold a physical object, we may not be the holder of the copyright. For materials whose copyright is held elsewhere, the Archives staff may be able to assist users in identifying a copyright owner; however, securing publication or exhibition permissions is the sole responsibility of the user. In cases where UNCSA owns the copyright, researchers may request permission to publish by contacting us.
The UNCSA Archives requests full citation of all material published or referenced in any publication, presentation, or performance.
Preferred citation: [Creator]. [Item Title/Description (identifier or Box/folder number), Date]. [Collection name], UNCSA Archives, University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Eislick, Kurt. Romeo and Juliet (44.03.1989.0510.3817), 10 May 1989. Photograph Collection, UNCSA Archives, University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Giannini, Christina. Costume design for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater production of Phases (Box 1, Folder 8), 1980. Christina Giannini Collection of Design Drawings, UNCSA Archives, University of North Carolina School of the Arts.