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Todd Siler

Register for our annual State of the Sciences event. This year’s featured speaker is multimedia artist and creativity researcher Todd Siler, the first visual...

A stack of University Dinning pens.

Join University Dining and Multicultural Student Affairs for Taste of East Africa, one of our campus Black History Month events. Come and enjoy east African...

A picture of a crowd gathered at NC State University.

ThingZ Erased In History, hosted by the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated, will be a continuation of an event that explored the creations and advancements...

African Drum

Robert Corbitt, an African American Cultural Center artist-in-residence, will guide live drumming classes that explore traditions of West African cultures...

NC State Jazz Concert

You are invited to a concert featuring performances by the NC State Department of Music's jazz ensembles: the NC State Jazz Orchestra and NC State Jazz Lab...

Yamato: The Drummers of Japan

Yamato’s motto is “go anywhere if invited and make the world a little more happy.” With close to 200 performances a year worldwide, Yamato takes happiness...

Francine Ott, artistic director of Panoramic Dance Project

How can dance lead to emotional processing? How do dance and mental health interact? Francine Ott, artistic director of Panoramic Dance Project, will teach a...

Exterior shot of the Gregg Museum.

Please visit the Gregg Museum of Art & Design for docent-led tours of our open exhibitions: Art's Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic...

Exterior shot of the Gregg Museum.

Kayleigh Perkov, visiting scholar at the University of California Davis' Feminist Research Institute, will discuss Of Space Suits and Gas Masks: The...