Monday morning arts news, April 8


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  • University Theatre: “Ada and the Engine”  (day 9 of 9). 7:30 p.m. Titmus Theatre.
  • Department of Performing Arts and Technology: Grains of Time in concert. 7:30 p.m. Stewart Theatre.
  • As a part of an Arts & Wellness residency hosted by Arts Outreach & Engagement,  Dr. Chyela Rowe, Manager of Arts Therapies & Well-Being at CHI Memorial in Chattanooga, TN, and Adjunct Professor of Research at  Antioch University Seattle, will present  “Arts & Wellness” at the University Honors Forum at 3 pm on Monday, April 15. in Witherspoon Student Center. The campus community and the public are invited. No registration is required.
  • Triangle ArtWorks is accepting applications for a paid three-month summer internship. The deadline is Friday, April 12 at 11:59 p.m.
  • The deadline for Creative Artist Award submissions in dance and music is Monday, April 15. The award recognizes original work created by NC State students and is open to any currently enrolled, full-time student.
  • WKNC’s Local Lunch Live, showcasing student performers, will run weekly on Wednesdays at noon through April 24 at The Corner on Centennial Campus. Bring your lunch or check out the food trucks.
  • UNCSA: University Theatre’s Jayme Mellema was interviewed by UNCSA about how he innovated during the COVID-19 pandemic by creating “The Institute for Temporal Observation and Application.” The article illustrates Mellema’s ability to blend his love for pop culture with his theatrical expertise to attract and engage audiences in new ways.
  • TechnicianThe work of George Matsumoto. Technician writers Savannah Woodman and Lucy Roseman share about George Matsumoto, a Japanese American architect who was a professor of architecture at NC State from 1948-1961. Not noted in the article: the model of Matsumoto House in Raleigh is on display at the Gregg Museum (“Leading by Design”) through April 13. Fun fact: the Matsumoto House was the home of Dr. Banks Talley Jr. and his family from 1961-1974.
  • TechnicianNC State’s got a new class for Swifties. Technician writer Riya Kannan discovers a new honors seminar devoted to Taylor Swift. Arts intern John Craven is quoted.
  • TechnicianSing us a song, they’re the Caldwell piano men. Technician writers Koen Rodabaugh and Riya Kannan unveil a new music hub on campus: the Caldwell Hall lounge.
  • TechnicianAPISAA kickoff showcases future events honoring heritage. Technician writers Elizabeth Dull and Amelia Russell report on an event that gives a platform to artists of Asian American backgrounds.

Review the two-month list of campus arts events and exhibitions, posted on the first day of each month.