Entertainment

Virtual Carolina Jazz Festival with faculty musicians, Chapel Hill, Feb. 18-19, 7:30 p.m. Livestream.

Feb. 26-March 4, 22nd Nevermore Film Festival, Carolina Theatre, Durham, Virtual.

Ackland Art Center at UNC reopened with reduced capacity, featuring a memorial for Breonna Taylor “Holding Space for Nobility.” Hours are Wed-Sat 1-5 p.m. Reserve free tickets for one-hour visit online at ackland.org/visit.

The N.C. Museum of Art has a big international exhibit, Golden Mummies of Egypt, with limited capacity March 6-July 11 in Raleigh. Tickets are $23.60 for adults, $20.38 seniors/military, $17.16 youth 7-18. Hours are Wed-Sun 10-5. Visit ncartmuseum.org/mummies to reserve specific time to visit. Exhibit features 8 gilded mummies and more than 100 related objects.

Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Durham, hosts a virtual screening of the film “Kiss the Ground: The Solution is Under our Feet,” followed by an online discussion session with film team members and Duke faculty and staff. This groundbreaking film reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis: regenerative agriculture. The film will be available for online viewing March 1-4, with the online discussion on March 4 at 7. Both events are free with registration at the website.

The 27th Hayti Heritage Film Festival, with the theme “The Hero’s Journey: A Call to Action,” March 1-6, Durham, 919-683-1709. Virtual.

Big Night In For the Arts, a regional fundraiser, takes place Thursday, March, 11, 7-8 p.m. on WRAL-TV. Arts agencies in Wake, Durham, Orange, Chatham are joining forces with live and streamed performances by local performers to raise funds to support the arts.