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 the tribute: From an anonymous gift, the Randy Foy Music Scholarship Endowment has been created in memory of NC State’s former director of orchestral studies.
Since graduating in May 2019, University Theatre alum Patrick Seebold has been working with the Evening Crane Theatre in New York. He recently reached out to Mia Self, assistant director of University Theatre, to share
Led by industry veteran and producer Max Langstaff, Arts NC State presents a free workshop series introducing attendees to many of the facets necessary for a career in the arts, media and entertainment.
Britney Symone (senior, graphic design ‘19) is a digital painter who is quickly establishing herself as one of NC State’s prominent student artists.
Cole Nash – a senior double-majoring in physics and applied math – knew that he wanted to be involved in music, but never thought his career trajectory would change from becoming a physics professor to performing as an opera singer.
Charles Zeugner ’56 thanks those who helped him succeed at NC State with the creation of the Kutschinski-Fulghum Music Scholarship Endowment.
Arts NC State proudly presents Projeto Arcomusical, a world music sextet reimagining the Afro-Brazilian berimbau.
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