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By Emilie Menzel Sean T. Bailey’s photography exhibit Belonging opened at The ArtsCenter’s Nicholson Gallery on March 1st. On March 10th, Governor Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency in North Carolina due to COVID-19, and on March 27th, The ArtsCenter joined businesses across the country in closing its doors until further notice as a safety… Read More →
It takes work to be a creative. Work to develop a creative skill, yes. But often, it also means work to financially support a passion, the thing we do outside of the work week that refuels our spirit and stretches other parts of our brain. There are of course those rare few artists whose livelihoods… Read More →
In an on-going effort to create innovative fundraising opportunities, Film Fest 919 is among a group of organizations chosen to partner with NEON Films to release the critically-acclaimed documentary Spaceship Earth on Friday, May 8. With no theatrical venue available and unlike so many films that are going straight to a digital platform, the distributor… Read More →
By David Menconi The COVID-19 shutdown has darkened business across North Carolina, including live-music venues, with no end in sight. But there’s one regular long-running weekly performance event that is still going, although you can’t go see it in person. You can, however, watch it online every Wednesday evening. Named after a Piedmont blues classic by… Read More →