Discover ways to connect your chosen arts field with other areas in the humanities and sciences through Arts Studies. You will progress through one of four foundational areas: Visual Art, Music, Film or Theatre. During your course of study, you will identify key concepts, literature and issues in your foundation area, formulate a research question, and develop and apply research skills needed for multidisciplinary projects. Students can become a part of Art Studies through a major or minor in the field.
Student Learning Outcomes
1. The ability to identify key concepts, literature, and issues of their foundation area
2. The ability to identify and formulate a multi-arts research question
3. The ability to develop and apply research skills needed for multidisciplinary projects.
Arts Studies Symposia
The Arts Studies program sponsors the Arts Now Series, a season of evening programs featuring the best of cutting-edge art. For further information, see the Arts NOW website.
ARTery is the student organization associated with the Arts Studies Program.
ARTery is currently seeking new officers. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Waschka.
Graduates from Arts Studies enjoy careers in arts management, arts entrepreneurship (such as owning a gallery or recording studio), arts education or nonprofit arts administration, or as artists in film, music or visual art.
For general information about the Arts Studies program, please contact the program director, Dr. Rodney Waschka.
For course registration and enrollment inquiries, contact Bruce Cheek, student services specialist, Interdisciplinary Studies, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Search through Registration and Records to find Arts Studies Courses. Make sure to select ARS when searching for subject. Also, here is a Arts Studies semester-by-semester plan for Film, Music, Theatre and Visual Studies.
Arts Studies Spotlight More
Adventurer in a Tweed Jacket
NC State's Association of Retired Faculty recognized former Arts Studies Director with the Friday Award of Distinguished Retired Faculty.
Filling in Film History, Professors Find First Place
NC State University professors of English Devin and Marsha Orgeron, along with their co-editor, Dan Streible, set out to bring educational films into the academic discourse of Film Studies.
“Fake It So Real” Gets Real Recognition
Robert Green's (Film Studies '00) documentary follows a group of men in Lincolnton, NC who set up rings and and suit up as wrestlers.
Scoring Music Based on Geometric Algorithms
Arts Studies Director's, Rodney Waschka, Winter Concerto released by RMA label in London.
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