In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day last week, the IT Accessibility Office honored several employees in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs as Spring 2020 Accessibility Champions.
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While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancelation of almost every in-person campus event this spring, the Division of Academic and Student Affairs has quickly adapted to the situation and is now offering a plethora of virtual events and activities to engage the NC State community as well as the public.
Vernon Pratt’s exhibit, All the Possibilities of Filling in Sixteenths, was recently transformed into a 16-minute, 16 second documentary.
By Kelly McCall Branson When internationally renowned jewelry maker Mary Ann Scherr first fell in love with metal, back in the 1940s, it wasn’t the slightest obstacle to her newfound passion that there existed only
Nearly everyone would agree that shiny or sparkling things are eye-catching. But just what is it about them that makes them so (literally) attractive?
Film to be announced. *Actual time to be determined by sunset. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and picnics to enjoy a movie under the stars in our beautiful garden!
Genetics run amok! When the black operations project known as “Blue Water” goes horrifically wrong, the “Sharktopus” – a half-shark, half-octopus creature created for the military – embarks upon a rampage across Southern California and
Hilary Leggette, operations manager for the Gregg Museum, receives Betty Siegel Universal Access and the Arts award.
Explorations features the work of Christina Lorena Weisner, who incorporates scientific instruments, found objects, and elemental materials into her sculptures and installations, often integrating the equipment’s original functions in her work. “Ideally this sculpture will encourage
Borderlands is Susan Harbage Page’s testimony and a commemoration of the courage, fear, hope and determination that continues to drive countless people to risk everything in search of a better life. For more than a decade,