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Remembering Lisbon Payne Berry

James E Williams is presenting a program on Lisbon Payne Berry, who was born enslaved in Orange County in 1850 and later went on to become Orange County’s first Black lawyer. He will be sharing his story on Saturday, June 1 at the Orange County Public Library in Hillsborough 1:30 to 2:30.


Kidzu Summerfest

510 Mt Carmel Church Road, Chapel Hill NC 27517 510 Mount Carmel Church Road, Chapel Hill

Live Music, Local Eats, & Fields Full of Fun for the whole family!


Artist Project Grant – Training Session

Zoom , United States

The Artist Project Grant program will open Monday, June 3, 2024. We will host a training session on Monday, June 3, at 6pm via Microsoft Teams (link for online meeting will be sent to the day before via email) Learn about current grant opportunities for individual artists offered by the Orange County Arts Commission. We'll... Read More →


Grassroots Art Program Grant – Training Session

Zoom , United States

The FY24-25 Grassroots Arts Program grants open on Monday June 3. We'll be hosting a training session on Tuesday, June 4, at 6pm on Microsoft Teams (link for online meeting will be sent to you the day before via email). The Grassroots Arts Program supports nonprofit organizations, schools, and municipalities providing high-quality arts experiences for... Read More →


Rod Abernethy at Eno House Artist’s Den

Appearing at Eno House Artist's Den Rod Abernethy is a unique blend of an authentic southern folk troubadour, master acoustic guitarist, and award winning songwriter and composer for film,... Read More →


First Fridays at the Mill: June 2024

Eno Arts Mill 437 Dimmocks Mill Rd Suite 17, Hillsborough, NC, Hillsborough, North Carolina

Pastel Society of NC 2024 Statewide Art Exhibition OPENING FRIDAY, JUNE 7 FIRST FRIDAYS AT THE MILL | 6-9PM Open artist studios with the Eno Arts Mill Studio Artists Live Music: Triangle Jazz Orchestra Local food truck: TBA Beer from Red Oak, Ponysaurus Brewing, wine, and NA beer selections Art Activity: Free gelli prints with... Read More →


Rudimentary Arts Techniques Studio for Ages 8 to 10, Week 1: Shape It!

Margaret Lane Gallery Annex/F-Stop 2 302 W Corbin Street, Hillsborough

First week in a summer of practical, imaginative, week-long morning workshops to facilitate a basic, but critical, understanding of traditional art techniques. Each week we’ll review and warm up with basic shapes and shading techniques. We’ll also learn how to use basic color theory in fun, creative ways, while creating drawings to grow your art... Read More →


2nd Friday ArtWalk: Twilights on the Terrace with Georgie Nakima

Ackland Art Museum 101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Spend a summer evening making art at the Ackland’s 2nd Friday ArtWalk: Twilights on the Terrace. Charlotte-based artist Georgie Nakima will be back at the Ackland to lead pop-up art-making sessions inspired by her pen and watercolor portraits, as well as her installation Pantheress, on view through July in the Ackland’s ART& space. At 6,... Read More →

Classic Noir Film as part of Juneteenth Celebration

Orange County Public Library 137 W Margaret Ln, Hillsborough, NC, United States

The federal holiday of Juneteenth celebrates the ending of slavery in this country. As part of the celebration, the Hillsborough Classic Film Society will join with the Orange County Public Library in Hillsborough to present the noir mystery thriller Devil in a Blue Dress, based upon the first book in Walter Mosely's acclaimed Easy Rawlins... Read More →


Chapel Hill-Carrboro Juneteenth Celebration

Hargraves Community Center 216 N Roberson Street, Chapel Hill

Celebrate Black community and culture at the annual Chapel Hill-Carrboro Juneteenth Celebration! Join us at Hargraves Community Center on Sunday, June 16, 2pm-6pm. Watch live performances, hear oral histories, and meet local small businesses and nonprofits. We’ll have special activities for the kids and food trucks sure to hit the spot. Learn more at