Gregg Museum Fills Fall With Art, Film, Music
The Gregg Museum of Art and Design won't open in its new location until next spring, but that won't prevent Arts NC State from hosting a variety events this fall at various venues around Raleigh. Check out the upcoming schedule.
No Mystery to TheatreFest’s Popularity
Whether you think Agatha Christie deserves sainthood or satire, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at TheatreFest 2016. See why critics are praising this year’s offering of music, manners and murder.
Moore Receives Raleigh Medal of Arts
NC State Live director Sharon Moore is one of six winners of the 2016 Raleigh Medal of Arts, the city's highest arts honor.
TheatreFest Salutes Agatha Christie
It would be a crime to miss out on a slate of summer theatrical presentations honoring British mystery writer Agatha Christie.
Sustainability Fund Gives 15 Grants for 2016
The NC State Sustainability Fund gives 15 grants totaling $161,000 for campus sustainability projects.
Avant-Garde Musician Pulls Out Stops in Digital Concert
Acclaimed organist Cameron Carpenter performs a selection of music from Star Wars to Ravel and Bach. Experience the wonder of the International Touring Organ in Stewart Theatre on March 19.
Scherr: Renowned Artist, Beloved Teacher
Raleigh’s arts community mourns the passing of artist, designer and educator Mary Ann Scherr, whose pioneering work in product design, jewelry and illustration spanned seven decades.
Accounting for the Arts
Accounting professor Roby Sawyers is a loyal supporter of Arts NC State.
Voice of Tunisian Revolution at Stewart
Emel Mathlouthi, whose song "Kelmti Horra" was adopted as the anthem for the Tunisian Revolution in 2010, will perform at Stewart Theatre on Thursday at 8 p.m.
Educator, Drummer, Arts Advocate
Rich Holly, former dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Northern Illinois, is the new director of Arts NC State.