Visual art


photo courtesy of Pleiades Arts

The bad news of the impending closure of another Durham gallery is leavened by the good news that another, very similar gallery will replace it. Read more


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Photo by Heather Wasser

We've got the premiere of this charming tune from "Loblolly Boogie," the forthcoming album by longtime local-music mainstay John Harrison. Read more


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Photo by Lydia Bittner-Baird

The North Carolina Museum of Art announces the debut solo exhibition of paintings and prints by a founding member of our state’s famed Americana ambassadors. Read more


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photo by Roseanne Green Minick

The fine-arts-and-crafts institution founded by Ruth Green and carried on by her daughter, Roseanne Green Minick, is having a 25-percent-off sale through its final day on Wednesday. Read more



Photo courtesy of Galerie Lelong & Co.

Birthday Presents, an exhibit of philanthropic gifts to the Ackland Art Musuem, runs through January. Read more



Photo courtesy of so•ca

“Everyone knows Georgia O’Keeffe’s famous flowers, but [they] may not have heard she was also a foodie who loved to come up with her own recipes." Read more



photo by Titus Brooks Heagins

The Durham photographer's Songs of the South!, an empathetic exhibit about rural poverty in Durham and elsewhere, is on view at Horace Williams House. Read more



Photo courtesy of the Artist

Kuhn's opening at The Fruit and keynote talk at The Ruby are both this week. Read more



photo courtesy of the Gregg

Rural Avant-Garde: The Mountain Lake Experience runs at the Gregg through Sunday, Dec. 30. Read more


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Photo courtesy of Brit Worgan

Plus, our editor’s picks for five art exhibits and five art festivals you can’t miss this fall. Read more


The storm of the century and the storm of fall arts land simultaneously this week. Let's weather the former and sort through the latter together. Read more

Arts & Culture

Some vocal critics, informed by religious convictions, did not want a lifelike devil to become the face of their community. Read more