Department of Visual & Performing Arts

Each area of study - dance, music, theatre and visual arts has a long and strong academic and performance history. From Afro-Caribbean Dance to Jazz Music, Classical Theatre and Graphic Design our talented students are lead by gifted professors whose primary goal is excellence. The mission of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts is to provide students with exceptional professional programs, which combine development in artistic disciplines and career preparation in the arts. These programs are delivered to students through individualized and small group  instruction within a broadly based curriculum. The Department fosters creativity, exploration and discovery in students though inter-disciplinary collaboration and outreach inspiring growth, change and global awareness through the arts. To support this mission, the faculty  subscribes to the highest academic, artistic and ethical standards for themselves and their students. So, we invite you to experience our areas of study and performance events here at North Carolina A&T's Department of Visual & Performing Arts.


Contact Us

Visual and Performing Arts
1601 East Market Street
General Classroom Building, Suite A322
Greensboro, NC 27411
Phone: 336-256-2137
Fax: 336-256-2570


Upcoming Events

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Academic Advising Conference Set for May 14 at North Carolina A&T

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will host its third-annual North Carolina Academic Advising Conference on Monday, May 14, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Academic Classroom Building.

N.C. A&T to Celebrate 127th Founder’s Day March 22

N.C. A&T State University will hold its annual Founders Day convocation program, from 10 a.m. – noon, Thursday, March 22, in Harrison Auditorium. Tonya Smith- Jackson, Ph.D., CPE will deliver the keynote address.

N.C. A&T Receives $1 Million to Support Scholarships for the College of Engineering

N.C. A&T State University’s leadership in education of the engineers of tomorrow so energized a supporter that the individual recently gave $1 million to support engineering student scholarships over the next five years.