Though she didn’t move to the Raleigh area until 2011, Tara Mullins’ introduction to the NC State Dance Program occurred quite a few years earlier. “I first met Robin Harris in 1993 at the American
The City of Raleigh Arts Commission has selected six individuals to receive the 2016 Raleigh Medal of Arts, the City’s highest arts honor, the City’s Office of Raleigh Arts announced today. The awardees are William
Exciting news! NC State LIVE has received a grant from the NC State Sustainability Fund to support our March 2017 artist residency with The Nile Project.
Ken Hoover of CVNC reviewed The Swingles’ April 27th performance at NC State. “Listening to the local appearance of The Swingles at Stewart Theatre, on the campus of NCSU, it was perfectly clear that they
Let’s just call this the “Third Time’s the Charm Tour.”
At the end of the spring 2016 semester, Robin Harris will retire after leading the NC State Dance Program for thirty years. The article below was originally published in the Spring 2016 issue of #creativestate,
Geoffrey Simon of CVNC reviewed Cameron Carpenter’s March 19th performance at NC State. “Thanks to NC State University for an evening of fascinating talk and out-of-this-world playing by this artist whose cultivated persona can mask
Where do you find these amazing artists? It’s the question we hear most often. And we never get tired of it. For an arts presenter, there are few things more satisfying than witnessing an audience