Monday morning arts news, July 4


Monday, July 4

• University closed.

Tuesday, July 5 through Saturday, July 9

• Gregg Museum of Art & Design: Visit your museum! Four exhibitions are now open. Galleries are open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. And don’t forget about the beautiful outdoor areas, including the pollinator garden and the whirligig. Wouldn’t the Gregg be a nice destination for a healthy midday walk?


• University Theatre welcomes Lisa Mena as the new assistant technical director in Stewart Theatre.

• The Gregg Museum of Art & Design welcomes Amanda Reed as the new associate registrar.

• Did you know our arts outreach and engagement office offers improv and other arts integration workshops for your class or organization? Read more here.

• The NC State LIVE 50th anniversary season has just been announced. See the performances on tap for 2022-23.

• A few July classes at the Crafts Center may have seats available. Check the last chance list and grab yours now.


• Poole College News: Poole Announces Maria Potepalova as Interim Chief Marketing and Communications Officer. Many of you know Maria from her time as the marketing and program assistant with the Dance Program.

• Poole College News: Poole College Announces Roby Sawyers as Accounting Department Head. Roby is a member of the Friends of Arts NC State board of advisors.

• DASA News: The Secret’s Out: Gregg Museum Earns Best in the Triangle Recognition. Get in on the secret and read about the INDY Week recognition of the Gregg Museum.

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