Our staff is passionate about presenting innovative jazz, dance, world music, drama and other performing arts to students and faculty at NC State and to the greater Triangle community. Sharon H. MooreDirector firstname.lastname@example.org Liza Wade …read more.
Heavy construction machinery moving onto the site of the future Gregg Museum. After the ceremonial groundbreaking on April 14, 2015, official construction on the new Gregg Museum started June 1. Bulldozers, concrete trucks, and other …read more.
“Evil genius or radical evangelist? Cameron Carpenter is a bit of both.” A review of Cameron Carpenter’s performance at Australia’s Sydney Opera House on November 12. Carpenter will perform in Stewart Theatre on Saturday, March 19, 2016. …read more.
The Technician previews the Art of Time Ensemble concert on November 14.
We welcome all of you to this season’s production of Anon(ymous), opening tommorow night at the Titmus Theatre in Thompson Hall. Tickets are still available by calling Ticket Central at 919.515.1100 or by clicking here. …read more.
The second review of Gravity & Other Myths. “Fabulous” “It’s Cirque du Soleil laid bare.”
One of two reviews of Gravity & Other Myths, Triangle Arts & Entertainment provides this insight: According to the Show Notes, ‘A Simple Space is exactly what we have, stripped of everything that separates us from …read more.
Here is the Gregg Museum’s staff and contact information. For all general inquiries, please dial 919.515.3503 or email email@example.com. View our organizational chart (PDF) Director Roger Manley 919.515.6162Email Roger Manley Curator of Education Zoe Starling …read more.
History In the mid-1960s, the university began acquiring artworks to enliven and enhance its campus. Not long after a professional curator was hired to care for and keep track of these, that initial goal shifted …read more.
The Technician previews our NC State LIVE concert by Tunisian singer Emel Mathlouthi.