Arts Day is an opportunity to come together and tell our story, collectively, about why the arts matter.
Chuck Davis touched many lives locally and worldwide through his dance—and through his character. United Arts' President Eleanor Oakley reflects on his impact on the arts in Wake County.
What role does the public sector have in the arts? Read United Arts President/CEO Eleanor Oakley's guest blog post for Armstrong McGuire to gain some insight into this important and timely issue.
Learn about the magic happening throughout the year—from the Director of the Arts Integration Institute.
Join us for Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?—three fun and original evenings with wonderful artists and performances—to the support arts education!
United Arts is announcing a new initiative—a Wheels on the Bus Fund for all Wake County Title I elementary schools.
Emily Catherine, from the North Carolina Arts Council, shares some insight into her first time attending the LEAD conference.
What is the arts world up to these days? Sessions from the Americans for the Arts annual convention in Boston last month provide a glimpse.
Last week, United Arts Council staff and one board member participated in ARTS Day, comprised of one conference day and one legislative day, organized annually by ARTS North Carolina. If you haven’t been, I’ll share my top six takeaways. If you have been, I’ll help you relive the experience.
Can creativity and order coexist in the classroom? Find out firsthand from a Wake Co. first grade teacher!