Working on a craft project? Need some input? Want to meet other artists in the area? Come craft with us! Craft after work is a free meet up for local artists to network, discuss their art and discover new concepts. No registration required!
Join us for a fun night of crafting at Dick & Jane’s Martini & Tapas Bar! We will be meeting Monday 5/13 from 6:30p-8:30p to make gemstone bracelets and earrings! Tickets are $25, all materials included. To register come by our store location (107 W Clay St Mebane NC ) or call Kat (919)593-6928. Attendees… Read More →
Join us for paint night at Hyperion Bar And Lounge! Each student will create one seasonal acrylic painting under the guidance of our resident artist Heather Loftis. Tickets are $25 and include all materials. Drinks are llamansold separately. All participants must register prior to the start of class. Tickets can be purchased in person at… Read More →
In this premiere of a new play by Paul Newell, competing forces in Mark Twain’s life and work collide in his dreams on a fateful night. The result is what many regard as the greatest achievement in American literature, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The ArtsCenter teams up with Full Nelson Playwrights Theater for this… Read More →
Marimba, percussion, and vocals dominate the compelling sound of world-music super group Rio Mira, which brings to life the cultural heritage of people of African descent in the Colombian South Pacific region and Esmeraldas Province of Ecuador. In reworking and revitalizing this tradition, they create a mesmerizing performance that is both contemporary and unique, moving… Read More →
Public Reception for the ‘Feel the Color’ Exhibit at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. Oct. 12th 6-8pm. 300-G East Main St. Carrboro NC
Last week I participated in ArtsDay in Raleigh, an annual convening of arts leaders across the state coordinated by our state arts advocacy group, Arts North Carolina. The point of ArtsDay, which is technically two days, is to bring arts advocates up to speed on governmental issues currently facing the arts across the state. The… Read More →
Several weeks ago, immigrants across our country observed the Day without Immigrants to illustrate what our communities would look without them. It was a way to showcase their impact, and immediately made me think about the thing I’m most passionate about – the arts. I started thinking about what a Day without Arts would look… Read More →