Graduate School Staffer Stars in Play
The Graduate School's Benoit Sabourin stars in a local production of “Perfect Arrangement,” the story of how gays and lesbians were outed and fired from federal government jobs in the 1950s and '60s.
How Dance Can Help Students in STEM Disciplines
A proof-of-concept study finds participation in dance programs helps students develop skills such as creativity and persistence that benefited them in the classroom and beyond.
Check Out Arts Exhibitions, Events This Spring
While the final touches are being put on the new home of the Gregg Museum of Art and Design, check out these arts events and exhibitions around campus and in the Triangle.
Nile Project Concert Coming in March
Thanks to outside grants and support from both the NC State Sustainability Fund and the NC State Foundation, the Nile Project concert is slated for March 15 at Stewart Theatre.
Dance Program Presents Fall Concert
The NC State Dance Program will present its annual fall concert today and Friday, Nov. 17-18, at 8 p.m. in Stewart Theatre inside Talley Student Union. The concert will feature dances in a variety of styles, including contemporary ballet, tap, jazz, African and modern.
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.
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.
Scearce Scores Macbeth Ballet
College of Design professor J. Mark Scearse has composed the score for The Carolina Ballet's performance of Macbeth, which will run from April 14-17 at Raleigh's Memorial Auditorium and from April 30-May 1 at the Durham Performing Arts Center.
Name That Tune: Faculty Inspire Computer Music
Two NC State professors are celebrated in musical portraits created by pioneering computer music composer Rodney Waschka. Who needs a C.V. when you have your own song?
Art, Engineering and Infinity: How Four College Students Ended Up Displaying Their Work With Escher and da Vinci
The concept of infinity and the desire to illustrate the creative process have given a team of NC State students the opportunity to showcase an electronic display they developed alongside the works of M.C. Escher and Leonardo da Vinci.