With August 2019 being the 50th Anniversary of the treasured festival, there are several Woodstock-related events planned throughout the country, including right here in Raleigh, featuring NC State University’s own faculty rock band, The Quadrivium Project.
Story by Arts NC State Outreach & Engagement Intern Rebekah Middleton (graduating senior, philosophy major) The National Arts Action Summit: Arts Advocacy Day In March, I had the opportunity to attend the National Arts Action
Come enjoy the garden on a break, or at lunch. It’s lovely out here!
Special exhibitions, scavenger hunts, yoga, tai chi and more await the Gregg’s visitors this summer. Please visit the programs page for more information.
Thursday April 25 at 7:30pm, artist Jaclyn Bowie guides an interactive, collaborative light installation in the Gregg’s garden, using it as the inspiration and the Gregg itself as the canvas. Join the Gregg Museum to
Learn more about the artists, exhibitions, museum and history from the Gregg’s knowledgeable docents.
The Flourish festival seeks to unite themes of mental health and creative expression, encouraging healthy conversations about how the arts impact our well-being.
Join us for the final performance of John Cage’s STEPS: A Composition For A Painting with Ray Kass April 11-12, 2019, in Stewart Theatre at Talley Student Union. Where it All Began NC State Dance
We are excited to announce that NCSU Dance Company‘s piece Folding/Unfolding made it into the gala concert at the American College Dance Association Mid-Atlantic South Conference! The event takes place here in Raleigh – March
These nature documentaries chronicle the sometimes unexpected outcomes of conservation and other natural phenomena. April 3, 4, and 5, presented by the Gregg and introduced by film make Scott Crocker. APRIL 3: Milking the Rhino, Kennedy-McIllwee