The Dance Program and Arts NC State teamed up to create an online project entitled NC State Community’s Immigration Stories.
To kick off the start of the spring semester, we checked in with a few of our recent NC State Dace Program graduates on Instagram to see what they were up to!
We’re so excited to introduce the new members of our Panoramic Dance Company.
Join us in welcoming our new members of the State Dance Company! From across the East Coast, we’re excited to introduce these six new additions to our team. Learn more about the new members here!
Have you read Walter Magazine’s May/June E-Magazine? If not, check it out online and look for their article, “50 Ways Triangle Companies Have Given Back During the COVID-19 Pandemic” to see the NC State Dance Program!
A former Panoramic Dance Project Member and current CONTRA-TIEMPO repertory piece dancer, Daniela Patiño-Zabaleta, won big at this year’s Lulu eGames competition, NC State’s annual startup competition awarding over $100,000 to NC State entrepreneurs.
A large aspect of training with the NC State Dance Program is having the opportunity to travel and perform in a variety of different conferences and venues. On February 22, 2020, the State Dance Company
In an old warehouse in downtown Durham, nine dancers, dressed in pantaloons and antique blouses, gathered to film footage for an upcoming screendance, Sweat. Prior to this, the dancers had spent over a dozen hours that very same weekend working with a choreographer to bring the project to fruition from beginning to end.
Dance Program Director Tara Mullins will be traveling to Lavagna, Italy this month to present her dance film, Gull, in the new group exhibition, “Deus Ex Terra.”
Art provides us with opportunities to create and connect with each other. This year, the annual Dance Program Fall concert is serving as a crossroads for past students and current dancers to connect through dance, service, and mentorship.