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An ROTC cadet in uniform stands in the spotlight and plays the trumpet in front of a screen that reads "Art of Remembrance"

Sep 14, 2021

Crafts Center Remembers 9/11 Victims with Art of Remembrance Event

On Saturday, Sept. 11, the NC State Crafts Center, along with Arts NC State, the music and dance departments, Military and Veteran Services and others hosted the Art of Remembrance to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. 

Gage Fringer, wearing a red shirt and black shorts and holding his trumpet, standing next to a man (Bob Masini) in a white shirt and black shorts

Aug 26, 2021

Trumpet Section Leader Gage Fringer Receives Masini Marching Band Scholarship

Gage Fringer, a senior majoring in computer science and minoring in music performance, is this year’s recipient of the Toni Christine Masini Memorial Music Scholarship. 

Looking straight up the side of one of the twin towers in New York City

Aug 25, 2021

Art of Remembrance

The NC State Crafts Center will host a memorial ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. 

Carol Fountain Nix sitting at a desk with pottery displayed in front of her

Aug 23, 2021

Meet the Arts NC State Directors: Carol Fountain Nix

As part of Arts NC State's “Meet the Arts NC State Directors” series, this spotlight features Carol F. Nix, director of the Crafts Center. Nix discusses how traditional craft leans into technology to create new products, art and technique. 

A black and white photo of Roger Manley in Mavroneri, the Cave of the Styx

Jul 16, 2021

Meet the Arts NC State Directors: Roger Manley

While following his own path—stranded or not—Roger Manley turns adventure, artifacts and accomplishments into cultural arts experiences in his own life and at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design. 

Dr. Phyllis Vogel teaching a music class

Jun 14, 2021

Honoring Our Piano Pioneers

When an anonymous donor made a generous gift to endow a new piano performance scholarship in the Department of Music, they left it up to the department to name the fund. Former department head Bob Petters, who has taught in the music department since 1976, recommended that the scholarship be named for two women who each played a pivotal role in developing the piano program at NC State — Phyllis Vogel and Marilyn Lynch. 

Front exterior of the Crafts Center

Jun 8, 2021

Crafts Center Announces New Member-Made Street Gallery

As part of the new Member-Made Street Gallery initiative, Crafts Center members and NC State students can display and sell their work by utilizing the 17 windows that adorn the front of the center. 

Three pieces of art side by side sold at the Student Art Sale

May 24, 2021

Virtual Art Sale 2.0 and the Visual Artist Award Winners

Arts NC State recently recognized Visual Artist Award winners from the 2021 Virtual Student Art Sale. This year's art sale featured the work of 48 student artists from a variety of colleges across the university. 

Patrons walk through the grand lobby of the Gregg Museum of Art & Design

Apr 2, 2021

Gregg Museum Relaxes Timed Entries

Patrons are no longer required to make reservations for their visit. However, groups of 15-plus are asked to call ahead to prevent crowding in the galleries. 

Masked students dance on stage as part of the Against the Railing project last April

Mar 29, 2021

Dance Program to Highlight Immigration Stories from Students, Faculty and Staff

This Wednesday, March 31, the NC State Dance Program will debut the latest edition of its Against the Railing Project, in which NC State students, faculty and staff share stories about how their families immigrated to the United States.