Monday morning arts news, December 5


Monday, December 5


Tuesday, December 6 through Saturday, December 10

• Gregg Museum of Art & Design: Visit your museum! The Egyptian Tent exhibition will be open through Dec. 23. Galleries are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Wednesday, December 7

• NC State LIVE: Road trip night to Chapel Hill. NC State LIVE partners with Carolina Performing Arts, Duke Arts and the American Dance Festival for a very special presentation of Emanuel Gat Dance. This renowned company was founded in Israel and is now based in France. They’ll be performing LOVETRAIN2020 set to the music of Tears for Fears. Memorial Hall at UNC. 8 p.m.


• Students: Need a quiet space to study this exam season? The Historic Chancellor’s Residence at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design will be open to students as a quiet study space from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 6 through Saturday, Dec. 10 and Tuesday, Dec. 13 and Wednesday, Dec. 14. Space will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please note the museum is closed to the public on Sundays and Mondays.

• The 2022 Student Artist Awards were presented at a ceremony on Monday, Nov. 28. Learn about the recipients.

• Thursday, Dec. 8 is the final day to view For the Love of Art by Bryce Cobbs at the African American Cultural Center. The gallery is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

• City Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker takes over Stewart Theatre this week. Performances Friday, Dec. 9 and Saturday, Dec. 10. Tickets are being sold online by Ticket Central.


• The News & Observer: Butchering the classics – and loving it. Meet the Triangle’s Really Terrible Orchestra. Bob Petters, former department head in Music and teaching professor emeritus, is the conductor of RTOOT – and has been known to turn away musicians with too much talent. This story ran on page 1A of the Nov. 28 issue of the N&O.

• DELTA News: The Gregg Uses DELTA Grant to Create 3D Models and Scans. Kate Greder (College of Design) and Mary Hauser (Gregg Museum) created an innovative solution to meet an instructional challenge and increase student success.

• Walter Magazine: History in Suede: Ava Gardner’s Gloves Land in Raleigh. Roger Manley and Mary Hauser were interviewed about an intriguing item in the Gregg Museum collection. Roger also mentioned these gloves in an article he wrote for the first issue of #creativestate magazine back in 2015 (page 42).

• Technician: Alum Kerry Long thrives in Raleigh music scene. Technician writer Wyatt Yount interviews Kerry Long ’16 (business administration, marketing concentration) about his professional music career.

• Indy Week: The Celtic Folktale at the Heart of Violet Bell’s Sophomore Album Shapes Rich Themes About Identity and Belonging. A beautiful memory from pandemic pivots was the first NC State LIVE parking lot concert (April 8, 2021) near Centennial Campus, when car horns replaced clapping for applause. And the duo on stage was Violet Bell. This week they’re on the front cover of the Indy.

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