The Arts Village stimulates creativity through attendance and engagement in the arts across campus and throughout the community. Located in Turlington Residence Hall, the Arts Village unites students from various personal and academic backgrounds who have a passion for the arts and exposes them to theater, visual arts & crafts, music and dance. This is an opportunity to provide residents with significant and exciting opportunities to develop their creativity, engage with the arts on campus and in the community, interact with NC State faculty and staff, and serve as a creative resource for the campus community as a whole. Students fulfill four 1-credit classes through their attendance and involvement in the Arts Forum.
- Apply for the Arts Village online! (if you have any difficulty during the application process, contact Christina Ujj via email or at (919) 515-2929.
What We Offer
- On Central Campus near the hub of arts activity - Turlington is next to Price Music Center, Talley Student Center and close to the Frank Thompson Building – all homes of the arts on campus.
- Turlington Residence Hall features average-sized, air-conditioned rooms with loftable furniture and an in-room sink. Residents share a common hall bathroom (two per floor).
- With students who have a passion for the arts - The Village provides opportunity for students from diverse personal and academic backgrounds.
- Free tickets to ARTS NC STATE and Triangle arts performances and events - All Arts Village students participating in the Arts Forum will receive free admission to all ARTS NC STATE events. Forum events that take place around the triangle are also provided at no cost to Forum participants.
- Interaction with guest artists - The arts departments on campus work hard to coordinate fun and interactive activities with artists coming in from off –campus as well as faculty and staff at NC State.
- Opportunity and outlet for personal activity - Classes, hall programs and events coordinated by students happen consistently throughout the year.
- Priority seating in some arts related academic classes
- Priority use of the Masini Practice Room in Price Music Center
- To use the Masini Practice Room, students must bring their ID and leave it in 203 Price Music Center in exchange for
a key to the Masini Practice Room between the hours of:
- 9am - 5pm Monday - Friday
- to the building attendant 5 - 10 pm Monday - Thursday
- 3 - 8pm Sunday
For students entering the Arts Village Fall 2013, below are the Arts Village requirements:
- Live in Turlington Residence Hall.
Residents are required to uphold the Student Code of Conduct, University Housing Rules and Community Standards and remain in good academic standing.
- During the fall semester of your first year in the Arts Village complete AVS100 – The Arts Forum.
The Arts Forum is a one-credit hour experiential course requiring attendance at three mandatory sessions and attendance at nine elective arts events both on and off campus. The visual and performing arts programs of ARTS NC STATE—Center Stage, the Crafts Center, the Dance Program, the Gregg Museum of Art & Design, the Music Department and University Theatre—provide the foundation of this course through performances, workshops and exhibitions.
- During the spring semester of your first year in the Arts Village complete the AVS - Creative Thinking course and attend six elective arts events during the weeks you are not engaged in the course.
This one-hour course in "Creative Thinking" will meet five consecutive weeks for 2-hour classes. Each of the five arts areas of ARTS NC STATE will educate Arts Village students in the disciplines of Music, Dance, Theatre, Crafts, and Visual Arts. During the part of this semester when you are not engaged in the course, you will fulfill the requirements of attending six elective arts events both on and off campus.
- Attend 4 residence hall sponsored programs each semester that you reside in the Arts Village.
A residence hall sponsored program is an activity developed and/or sponsored by a Resident Advisor or Hall Council. They range from social events to opportunities to learn about campus resources, and personal or professional development.
- Uphold the Student Code of Conduct and University Housing Rules
- Have and maintain good academic standing with the University (2.0 GPA)
For Arts questions:
Arts Forum Instructor
ARTS NC State
For Housing questions:
Alexander Hall and Turlington Hall