Friday, November 18, 2016
Bounce back in time with an evening that promises to be the cat’s meow! College Night 2016 features student projects, fashion, visual arts, music, and dance inspired by Rolling Sculpture.
Admission to the event and exhibition is free with college ID. Flapper dresses and zoot suits optional. #NCMAcollege
7:20 pm William Peace University’s choreography students perform three collaboratively created dance pieces that examine the Roaring ’20s, Great Depression, and Hope through Industrialism
7:45 pm and 8:45 pm St. Augustine’s University Writing Center presents Speak Easy Spoken Word, hosted by Kimberly “Redefining Freedom” Gaubault, adviser to Spoken Verb, Duke University’s Spoken Word group. Performers and other artists from colleges and universities across North Carolina take the stage.
8 pm Students from NCSU’s College of Textiles and College of Design present textiles and fashion inspired by Rolling Sculpture
8:45 pm Learn East Coast swing with the UNC Swing Dance Club; Live jazz with the Andrew Berinson Trio
9:15 pm Museum closes to the public. DJ JXY brings soul and hip-hop to the dance floor
Student projects include:
Drawing performance with Byungsoo Kim and Bryan Laffitte, industrial designers from NCSU’s College of Design
Tours of Rolling Sculpture with NCSU students of history of design and engineering
Collaborative art with students from Meredith College and Wayne Community College
Mural created by North Carolina Central University’s Art Club
College Night is organized by the College Advisory Council and supported by the Bastian Family Charitable Trust.