With strong ties to the arts and engineering, Judi and David Wilkinson have created an endowment to support students who engage with both.
Article by Emily Rain, Senior English major with Language, Writing, & Rhetoric concentration On Saturday, February 2nd, NC State LIVE hosted the performance of Love Heals All Wounds. The masterpiece was created by Lil Buck
Thursday, February 21 at 6pm. The artist discusses her work, her current exhibition “Borderlands”, and engages in a discussion with community members on the topic of the U.S./Mexico border and immigration.
Article by Rebekah Middleton, Senior, Philosophy Major | Arts Outreach & Engagement Intern Jean Michel Dissake is a mixed media artist from Yaoundé, Cameroon, who incorporates recycled and found materials into his work
CHOREOGRAPHING CABARET! NC State Dance program director Tara Zaffuto Mullins is choreographing Cabaret. Listen as she shares her thoughts on the show and her process. Cabaret opens Wednesday, February 20 through Sunday, February 24, 2019.
Our garden is in the process of spring sprucing-up! Come and enjoy our beautiful outdoor spaces when the weather is warm! Great place to study, have lunch, meet with friends, or take a stroll!
6pm Thursday February 7th “Borderlands-Evidence from the Rio Grande” by Susan Harbage Page “Explorations-Science Sculptures” by Christina Lorena Weisner
Come spend your lunch break with Vernon Pratt and William Dodge, who will be giving a personal tour of the work “All the Possibilities of Sixteen” in its final week of exhibition.
Boys braving bullies and silencing stereotypes in pursuit of their ballet dreams. We are excited to sponsor NuArts Productions DANSEUR Film Screening and post-screening discussion on Saturday, February 23, 2019, from 4 until 6:30 p.m. at
Cameroonian artist Jean Michel Dissake begins his residency this week, and will present a talk on his work and the works of the Arts Village students on February 14 at 6pm.