Friday, February 28 at 8pmStewart Theatre Yamato’s motto is “Go anywhere if invited and make the world a little more happy.” With close to 200 performances a year worldwide, they take happiness very seriously. Traveling
Category: Arts & Culture
January 6 – March 6, 2020 Not only do our Crafts Center instructors TEACH amazing classes here at NC State, they are professional artists in their own right. This exhibition highlights the work they DO
NC State’s student radio station is creating space for female and LGTBQ performers with a newly relaunched podcast.
Through a DELTA Grant, a team of staff members partnered with Associate Teaching Professor Olga Kleiankina from the Department of Music to transform MUS 107: Class Piano I by creating an interactive web book to replace the standard method book.
NC State alumna Natalie Sherwood makes a connection between her love for theater and her love of polymer and color chemistry – with a little boost from philanthropy.
Hilary Leggette, operations manager for the Gregg Museum, receives Betty Siegel Universal Access and the Arts award.
On August 16 you can join The Quadrivium Project at Raleigh’s Lincoln Theatre as they perform the show they’re calling “Woodstock and Beyond: Songs of Love and Protest.”
In this edition of Spotlight on our Students, we checked in with Katie Ryan about her research experience at an NSF funded research experience in Singapore.
The Quadrivium Project, a rock ensemble comprised of NC State faculty members, shares their passion for music with the Wolfpack community since its inception in 2015.
In 2018, the NC State Crafts Center and NC State LIVE partnered with Frank Warren, the creator of ‘The PostSecret Project‘, a collection of over 1,000,000 artful secrets that have been anonymously mailed to his