Below is Sarah Cornette’s latest blog post chronicling her Fulbright journey in Greece. For more information on what she is doing check out her first blog post and be sure to check back regularly to follow along with us on her incredible journey. ______________________________________________________________________________ By Sarah Cornette What Samos looks like to tourists: What Samos looks like… Read More →
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Ann Hobgood creates figures from anything and everything. One look around her studio is all it takes to see everything from a small figure with a number 14 billiard for a head to a bird with bent kitchen tongs for legs. It’s ingenuity and creativity at its finest. It’s Ann Hobgood’s Recycled Folks. Hobgood lives… Read More →
The house at 121 W. Margaret Lane has been everything from a bookstore to a violin repair shop. It’s been an ice cream parlour, a yoga studio, and a Town Hall meeting space; and for the last two years, it’s been an art gallery on a mission: to increase accessibility and inclusivity for artists and… Read More →
By Alicia Stemper/Vitamin O Christine Moseley launched Carolina Musical Outreach in 2002 while a student at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. With a belief that music empowers children and fosters discipline, confidence, and collaboration, the program initially sought to connect with Spanish-speaking families in the community and provide them with the musical lessons in… Read More →