Events

Thursday, March 5

"Sire" (one of several works) by Maria McKinney

Art’s Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures is a visually stunning and thought-provoking exhibition aimed at raising awareness about...

A picture of a student wearing an NC State University cap.

Do you have questions about studying abroad? Come talk to Kory Saunders, assistant director for strategic marketing, and diversity and inclusion in NC State...

Mary Ann Scherr's All is Possible Bracelet

Public access to the Gregg Museum of Art & Design's galleries is suspended until further notice. One of the first female industrial designers, Mary Ann...

Public Access Suspended: All That Glitters: Spark and Dazzle from the Permanent Collection

Public access to the Gregg Museum of Art & Design's galleries is suspended until further notice. All That Glitters investigates humanity’s age-old...

Exterior shot of the Gregg Museum.

Public access to the Gregg Museum of Art & Design's galleries is suspended until further notice. Design by Time offers works from 22 international...

A poster promoting the Food Truck Rodeo.

Join us on Centennial Campus for a lunchtime Food Truck Rodeo. You can graze food from eight food trucks and enjoy your meal in a large tent with tables and...

Postponed: The Read

Join Channel Blond in the GLBT Center to watch The Read, a weekly pop culture podcast.

A picture of a sunset.

The GLBT Center hosts sensory-friendly hours every day. During sensory-friendly time, the center turns down the noise and turns off lights, making space for...

Short Lectures

The Gregg Museum presents an evening of short lectures by NC State faculty and staff, presented in conjunction with the exhibition Art’s Work in the Age of...

Film Image

We continue the audience-favorite tradition of showcasing the remarkable work of students in a variety of media—film, video and animation. These short works...

A student plays an instrument.

The NC State Wind Ensemble will perform its first concert of the semester.

Thursday, March 5