North Carolina Arts and Architecture Web Sites


American Institute of Architects. North Carolina:
The homepage for the statewide AIA, information on the site is broken up geographically.  The site offers group news, activities, membership information, and employment links.  There is also a feature at the bottom of the page that  searches for architects by region, types of buildings they design, and services offered.

Brevard Music Center Festival:
This site offers up information on the activities of the center, which is located in Brevard, North Carolina.  In addition to hosting many performances throughout the year, the Center also sponsors a seven week music camp for young musicians culminating in a yearly music festival.  The site includes a calendar for upcoming performances.

Carolina Ballet:
The Carolina Ballet's site provides news, reviews, and information on upcoming performances and ticket purchases.  It also includes information on both volunteer opportunities and educational outreach activities sponsored by the troupe.  The Ballet is based in Raleigh, North Carolina

Discover Craft North Carolina:
This is an “online gateway to a world of traditional and contemporary crafts at museums, galleries, schools, and arts centers across the state.”  Visitors to the site can find out about the various places in North Carolina where to see, buy, and learn about crafts.

ECU Theatre and Dance:
This is the homepage for the East Carolina University School of Theatre and Dance.  It offers links to information for both current and prospective students.  It also provides a link to ticket sales for performances held by the department.

Long Leaf Opera:
This group, based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, is dedicated to "works written for the operatic stage in English."  In addition to ticketing information and a schedule of the current year's performances, visitors can also read group news and look at past reviews for past performances.

North Carolina Arts Council:
The North Carolina Arts Council "celebrates those who create and enjoy art in all 100 counties of the state.”  Headings on this web site include an arts directory, arts education, places to go and things to see, newsroom, and grants and services.  Users can also search the site for specific information.

North Carolina Board of Architecture:
The Board of Architecture "promotes the health, safety, and welfare of the public."  The group also sponsors continuing education programs for architects and builders to assist them in staying up to date with issues of the trade and their professional development.  The site offers visitors links to legislative news, licensing information, and the group's newsletter.

North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources:
The department of Cultural Resources mission is to "increase the availability and quality of the state’s library, historic, and artistic services".  Their site provides links directly to the homepages of many state museums and historic sites.  It includes a clickable map of North Carolina allows visitors to focus on specific regions of the state.

North Carolina Folklife Institute:
The NCFI, with the support of the North Carolina Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, has been an important resource in the documentation and presentation of the traditional music, craft, storytelling, dance, and other expressions of our state's remarkably rich folk heritage.  The Institute's site includes news, an events calendar, travel guides, and links to other folklife oriented programs and information sources.

North Carolina Humanities Council:
The NCHC strives to "bring North Carolinians together to make sense of this world we share."  They pursue this mission through sponsorship of programs that examine "...what we value, how we relate to each other, how we cope with change and how we express ourselves.  The site offers information on NCHC sponsored grants, publications, programs, and links nationwide humanities councils.

North Carolina Symphony:
The Symphony's home page offers links to not only information on upcoming performances and ticketing information, but also to outreach and educational programs sponsored by the group. The North Carolina Symphony is based in Raleigh, and is comprised of over 65 full time members.

North Carolina Theatre:
The site includes descriptions of the current seasons performances as well as ticketing information.  There is also a link for those interested in auditioning for upcoming performances.  The troupe is based in Raleigh.

Opera Carolina:
The homepage of the Opera Carolina, the site offers a wealth of information including an "Opera 101" primer for those unfamiliar with the art form.  Visitors to the site can also browse for upcoming performances and buy tickets on the site.  The group is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Opera Company of North Carolina:
The home page for the Company, the site offers a performance calendar and ticketing information as well as reviews of past  performances and audience surveys.  The company is based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Raleigh Symphony Orchestra:
This is the homepage of the group, which is based in Raleigh, North Carolina.  The site offers descriptions of performances for the upcoming season as well as ticketing information and pricing for private performances. 

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