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Yadkinville -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Thu., Apr. 27, 2023 - Fri., Jun. 23, 2023 )
This exhibit will showcase the art of marquetry by introducing the viewing public to several fine examples of the art and craft, introducing them to the wonders of painting with wood. This unique exhibit will excite the imagination of gallery visitors and pique their interest to learn more about marquetry and will... Read More
Marquetarians of the Carolinas is an organization of 30 artisans throughout the Carolinas that formally meet four times per year to share ideas, techniques, and practices relative to marquetry and on occasion provide instruction and public education. More Info Here
Winston-Salem -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Fri., May. 19, 2023 - Fri., Jun. 30, 2023 )
The 5 ½ Yards exhibition will feature the expanded way in which the work of Indian artisans and weavers can be creatively applied to fabric to bring alive the artistic sensibility of Namrata in a variety of products - from the traditional saree to keepsake “potli” bags that fit in with home... Read More
Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County is the chief advocate of the arts and cultural sector in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Arts Council’s goal is to serve as a leader in lifting up, creating awareness and providing support to grow and sustain the arts and cultural offerings throughout our region,... Read More
Apex -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Fri., May. 12, 2023 - Fri., Jul. 7, 2023 )
Structure and methodical detail show in MARSHA GLICKMAN’s passion for deconstructing and reconfiguring found paper, paintings, book parts and other Ephemera into meaningful works of art.ramics department at Forge Greensboro makerspace. As an interdisciplinary artist, Michele works in wood, clay, ink, and digital... Read More
Free Reception: Fri, May 12, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Durham -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Sat., Jan. 28, 2023 - Sun., Jul. 9, 2023 )
This installation highlights ten works recently acquired by the Nasher Museum. Artists represented here include Diego Camposeco, James Budd Dixon, Rico Gatson, Zhang Huan, Hung Liu, Wangechi Mutu, Carolee Scheemann, elin o’Hara slavick, Stanley Whitney and Charles Edward Williams.
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University is a major center for the arts in Durham, North Carolina, and the surrounding region.
Charlotte -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Mon., Apr. 3, 2023 - Thu., Jul. 27, 2023 )
Each year, Central Piedmont Community College's Visual Arts Department hosts the Annual Juried Student Art Show, recognizing student works in ceramics, 2D and 3D design, drawing, jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
Raleigh -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Sat., Apr. 1, 2023 - Sun., Aug. 6, 2023 )
Academy Award–winning costume designer Ruth E. Carter has defined generations through her work in film and TV. From humble roots in Massachusetts, Carter has helped style the Afrofuturism movement for almost 40 years. In this exhibition 60 of Carter’s original garments (for films such... Read More
Winston-Salem -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Thu., May. 11, 2023 - Sun., Aug. 20, 2023 )
tracing a wound through my body is the first traveling survey of the contemporary and multidisciplinary practice of artist Emilio Rojas (b. 1985 Mexico City). The exhibition brings together works spanning the past decade including live performances and interventions, documents of performance... Read More
The exhibition will be on view in SECCA's Potter Gallery May 11 through August 20, 2023. An opening reception with the artist and curator will be held Thursday, May 11 from 5–8pm.
Asheville -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Fri., Jun. 2, 2023 - Sat., Sep. 9, 2023 )
The exhibition is accompanied by the book Black Mountain College and Mexico (forthcoming late summer 2023), which investigates the people, ideas, and practices linking BMC and Mexico during the life of the school, as well as resonances between BMC and the work of contemporary Mexican artists. With contributions by... Read More
The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC) was founded in 1993 to celebrate the history of Black Mountain College as a forerunner in progressive interdisciplinary education and to celebrate its extraordinary impact on modern and contemporary art, dance, theater, music, and performance.
Blowing Rock -- Mon., Jun. 5, 2023 ( Fri., May. 26, 2023 - Sat., Nov. 11, 2023 )
Artists Alley: Building a Creative Community in Blowing Rock, which explores the rich history and artistic output of the legendary Blowing Rock artists’ enclave of the same name. Located on a single eponymous road just minutes from Main Street off Highway 221, the small community of Artists Alley emerged in the... Read More
BRAHM provides cultural enrichment by promoting the arts, and Southern Appalachian heritage and history, through educational programs, exhibitions, activities and permanent collections.