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Arts & Entertainment
The NC Museum of Art’s annual fundraiser Art in Bloom draws attendees from all over Raleigh, including NC State alumni and former designers.
University Theatre’s QuickSCRIPTS events give students and community members 72 hours to write, direct and rehearse a 10-minute play based on a community-submitted prompt.
Lively music, shrimp tacos and the bustle of locals and their dogs set the scene for the beloved Raleigh Night Market last Wednesday, March 1.
Assistant Culture Editor Jameson Wolf details the history behind the Creative Artist Awards, talking to past awardees and their works.
Feed the Pack hosted a screening of “Hungry to Learn” on Feb. 23, a documentary on food insecurity faced specifically by college students and the pressures that are associated with it.
Started by first-year Lucas Marsh, new WKNC podcast “Brain Trust” is dissecting different perspectives one episode at a time.
NC State alum Courtney Evans designed a sculpture at Dorothea Dix Park meant to educate on and protect native pollinators.
The AACC’s temporary exhibit “28 Days of Love: Black Book Blitz” displays books by a range of Black authors that elevate the joys of Black love.