Like a DIY version of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Zervakis’s zines deal with in-between states, uncomfortable transitions, and struggles for self-knowledge
The author will read from her new essay collection, “Strange Hours,” at Letters Bookshop on September 28.
“I don’t want people to have to wait to become ancestors to be respectfully compensated,” gallery owner Linda Shropshire says.
King Nobuyoshi Godwin, Luis Rey Velasco, inflatable art, and more.
The ArtsCenter Finds New Ground at Its New Home—And Fortuitously Leaves Its Former Digs to an Emerging Theater Company
The $4 million, 17,000-square-foot new space sits one block off the intersection of Main and Weaver Streets in downtown Carrboro.
Beasley’s solo exhibition, “Surviving the Burn,” is on display at NorthStar Church of the Arts through Friday, September 15.
Lee’s exhibition, named upstART Gallery, is currently being hosted by Durham’s Pop Box Gallery through Saturday, July 1, at 304 South Driver Street.
The Nasher Museum of Art exhibition rewards close engagement with the works, their manner of production, and what Warhol’s world might have been like behind the scenes.
“I don’t make quilts for the bed. I make quilts for the wall.”
“We envision a world where there are both more resources for the arts and where more resources are spread throughout Durham,” says collective co-founder Meg Stein.
With Guided Visits to the North Carolina Museum of Art, an Artist Asks Who Art Museums Are for and What They Can Be
It’s a particularly appropriate moment for Stacey L. Kirby’s work: to commemorate its 75th anniversary in 2022, NCMA undertook a reimagining of itself as an institution.
The North Carolina Museum of Art’s Spring Exhibitions Explore Black History and Culture Through the Lens of Freedom and the Future
‘Michael Richards: Are You Down?’ and ‘Ruth E. Carter: Afrofuturism in Costume Design’ are on display now.
Jayawardena is a Durham-based Sri Lankan artist. Her new mural, “Lotus Rising—An Ode to Women,” is painted on the side of Chapel Hill restaurant Lantern and celebrates women and marginalized voices.
The Nasher Museum of Art’s New Exhibition Offers Deeply Rooted Perspectives on Urgent Ecological Concerns
“Spirit In the Land” brings together 30 artists in 69 total multimedia works and runs through July 9.
“This is Not: Aldwyth in Retrospect” at the Gregg Museum of Art & Design spans 70 years of the South Carolina artist’s life.
The 12 photos on display in “No Ordinary Love” showcase the powerful dimensions of the exhibit’s theme, from the divine to the everyday.
The photographer’s work is on display at the Ackland Art Museum through April 2.
“Elders of the West End,” Gilmer’s series on the graduates of the former Durham school, is now a permanent display at the Community Family Life & Recreation Center at Lyon Park.
Avery Danziger Has Taken Photographs All over the World. The Magic of the NC State Fair Has Stayed a Favorite Subject.
“It’s a marvelous microcosm of the state. It’s the coolest thing I’ve seen that represents the state. The whole public is, is looking at things that are normally divided up in our society, and they get to see a little window into it.”
The story begins, as Goldstein tells it, with “everything from bedbugs to guns.”
Rare chances to see works from the Dutch masters, the reimagined People’s Collection, and more.
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