Arts NC State offers performances, classes, and workshops at facilities across campus.
Frank Thompson Hall
On the lower level of Frank Thompson Hall is The Crafts Center, with modern, technology-rich studios for pottery, woodworking, jewelry and metals, photography, fiber arts, glass, art on paper and lapidary classes.
University Theatre occupies the upper level of Thompson Hall, with teaching space, a scene shop, costume shop, dressing rooms, a green room, offices and two theatres—Titmus Theatre and Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre.
Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre
Talley Student Union
In addition to hosting the Arts NC State administrative offices on the third floor as well as several of the University Theatre offices on the second floor, Talley Student Union is home to the State Ballroom and Stewart Theatre.
Performing groups and presenting organizations often use the ballroom for meetings, lectures and training.
On the third floor of the Talley Student Union, Stewart Theatre seats approximately 759. Operated by University Theatre staff, the theatre is used by Arts NC State, campus organizations and student groups.
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Price Music Center
Price Music Center is located at 2620 Cates Avenue, next to Talley Student Union. The main office is located on the second floor, room 203.
Price is the home of the Department of Music, which offers music courses and performing ensembles.
Practice rooms in Price Music Center are available by reservation only to NC State students from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. See the Music website for details.
For questions about practice space in Price, call 919.515.2981.
The Department of Music also uses space in Broughton Hall for offices and classes.
Broughton Hall is located at 2601 Katharine Stinson Drive (corner of Stinson and Yarbrough) on the North Campus of NC State.
The NC State Dance Program rehearsals and classes take place in the dance studio, Room 2307 Carmichael. The 48’ x 60′ studio has a sprung floor with a vinyl surface. There are mirrors on 2 walls and ballet barres on 3 walls. AV equipment includes a CD player, DVD player, wireless headset, Apple TV, iPad, and HDMI & VGA inputs, and a large TV. The Dance Program has dedicated storage space in the studio for sets, props and costumes. The studio is also used for Health and Exercise Studies classes and by other student groups.
Gregg Museum of Art & Design
The Gregg Museum of Art & Design is located at 1903 Hillsborough Street, near the NC State Belltower.
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