Season 3: Muse

From pottery to poetry, dance to design, sculpture to song, take a look at art from its history to its future. See how North Carolina artists preserve heritage crafts, promote innovative adaptions, make art accessible in all corners of our state and spur conversations about art.

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Who Is Saul?

Religious Studies professor Carol L. Meyers tells us more about King Saul.

Who Is Saul?

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Inclusive Public Art Initiative-Rocky Mount

The Black Light Project is creating 8 art installations across the city of Rocky Mount.

Inclusive Public Art Initiative-Rocky Mount

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UNCSA: Choreographic Institute

UNCSA’s Choreographic Institute invites professional choreographers to work with students.

UNCSA: Choreographic Institute

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UNCSA: Dancing to New Heights

Follow UNCSA ballet students Daniela & Jacob as they prepare to perform "Raymonda."

UNCSA: Dancing to New Heights

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El Futuro's Community Mural

El Futuro brings this community together through an inclusive public mural.

El Futuro's Community Mural

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Installation of a King

The King Saul statue is put in place at the NC Museum of Art in Raleigh.

Installation of a King

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Center for Craft

The Center for Craft works to preserve & promote traditional heritage crafts.

Center for Craft

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Burnsville Gateway Project Telescopes

Learn about the community of Burnsville and the new public art created by Jack Mackie.

Burnsville Gateway Project Telescopes

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Dare Coulter: Sculptor, Painter, Muralist.

Dare Coulter creates works of positive images of African Americans in North Carolina.

Dare Coulter: Sculptor, Painter, Muralist.

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Start Of Cool Jazz Education Program

A special summer camp in Durham teaches youths how to play jazz

Start Of Cool Jazz Education Program

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Steep Canyon Rangers

A conversation with the iconic NC-based bluegrass band the Steep Canyon Rangers.

Steep Canyon Rangers

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Cornelio Campos: Documenting Immigrants' Lives

Durham-based Mexican artist Cornelio Campos paints the struggles of immigrants' lives.

Cornelio Campos: Documenting Immigrants' Lives

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