The Cultural and Education Committee provides programs for entertainment and education featuring artists and artistic expression through monthly programs and online resources. The Committee also provides a regional calendar under normal conditions. With COVID-19 restrictions, all programming is offered electronically.
Access our previous programs by clicking on one of the thumbnail pictures below. 
JANUARY 2021: 
Unraveling the Mysteries of FEMA presented by former FEMA Reservist, David Schmitt.

Greenville Choral Society performs "The Many Moods of Christmas" 

Caregivers Emotional Health & Survival with Deidre Edwards, RN. 

Enjoy a conversation with three of Cypress Landing's ORIGINAL residents about what the area was like in
1994 when Cypress Landing was beginning development and how its amazing community spirit blossomed.

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS - North Carolina's hurricane season is from May through October. Are you prepared? The C&E Committee has compiled a Quick Reference Guide for Cypress Landing residents. Compare your provisions list with ours HERE

*Click on the thumbnail links for contact info/registration for events*
ECU Voyages of Discovery Lecture Series (Virtual)
Established in 2007 by ECU's School of Arts & Sciences,  this lecture series has become the premier intellectual event for students, faculty, and surrounding citizens of eastern North Carolina. Each year, the series features thought-provoking and accomplished leaders from a variety of disciplines who provide insight into important issues in today’s society, and who share their experiences and perspectives. The 2020-2021 Voyages Series focuses on Climate, Water, and the Environment and offers virtual, live-streamed events, FREE to all attendees. Click on the image below to register for upcoming lectures.
COVID Vaccination Panel: Safety, Efficacy & Equity (Virtual) March 3, 2021
Join the East Carolina University's Ledonia Wright Cultural Center and Appalachian State University's Office of Intercultural Student Affairs as we host a distinguished panel of public health experts and researchers for an engaging discussion examining the COVID-19 vaccine. Panelists include: Dr. Cedric Bright, Associate Dean of Brody School Admissions, Dr. Keith Keene, Director Center for Health Disparities, Dr. Pamela Reis, Associate Professor College of Nursing, and Dr. Rachel Roper, Associate Professor Microbiology & Immunology at Brody School of Medicine.
Engineering Spring 2021 Virtual Seminar Series (Virtual) March 5, 2021
Dr. Shehan Haputhanthri, Hybrid Electric Vehicle Analysis Engineer, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI presents the Application of Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) /Machine Learning (ML) in Automotive Product Development Cycle to Overcome Modern Manufacturing Challenges.
The 13th Annual Joyner Library School of Art and Design Graduate Student Art Exhibition (InPerson)
will be on view from December 11th, 2020 until March 5th, 2021 in the Janice Hardison Faulkner Gallery. The exhibition features artworks by current graduate students in ECU's School of Art and Design. Diverse works include paintings and drawings, textile and metal designs, sculpture, photography, pottery, and more. 
Hostile Terrain 94 @ ECU Exhibit (InPerson) March 1 - September 1, 2021
Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94) is a participatory art exhibition occurring in nearly 150 cities around the globe that seeks to memorialize and bear witness to the humanitarian crisis at the U.S./Mexico Border that has claimed the lives of thousands of people since the 1990s. This tragic loss of human life is the direct result of U.S. border policies that purposefully put migrants into harm’s way. HT94 raises awareness about the human consequences of these policies while also promoting a global discourse on migration through collaboration with hosting partners and exhibition attendees around the world.
The 11 Greatest Ted Talks for Anyone Over 50.  Check out the link to listen to them all or the ones that appeal to you.