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Spring art show to benefit Pittsboro animal refuge[May 3, 2009]
Italian-born North Carolina artist Siglinda Scarpa will host a public Spring Art Show featuring a collection of her most recent pottery and sculptures. This show will take place over the course of two weekends: May 16 - 17, 2009, and May 23 - 24, 2009 in Pittsboro at the Goathouse Refuge Gallery and Gardens. The Spring Art Show will be open from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm each Saturday and Sunday.
Also: Goathouse Refuge Gallery and Gardens
Also: Siglinda Scarpa
Chatham potter Mark Hewitt featured at Catawba Valley Pottery Festival[Mar. 17, 2009]
Three years ago celebrated Chatham County potter, Mark Hewitt, built a new big kiln to fire alkaline glazes. He already had one kiln the size of a school bus, used for firing salt-glaze, but he likes alkaline-glazed pots so much he felt compelled to build a new kiln. “I guess it was because I love the color green,” says the English-born Hewitt.
ChathamArts Gallery showcases gift items[Nov. 25, 2008]
The ChathamArts Gallery exhibits the work of over 90 Chatham County artists. As the holiday season is fast approaching, the gallery will showcase items that would be great for giving as a gift or keepsake. The show is titled “100 under $100”.
Chatham Studio Tour highlights artist stories[Nov. 12, 2008]
Behind every piece of art at the Chatham Studio Tour there is an artist’s story. Roger Person will never forget the day in 1990, when he was standing on a ladder cutting a limb from a large tree. The branch released, knocking him from the ladder resulting in a crippling spinal cord injury. In that instant, this physically active engineer and adventurer was fated to life in a wheel chair. That instant also was the beginning of the career of an important artist
Also: Roger Person Art
"Shared Vision – Distinct Voices" Art Show at the Carolina Brewery[Jun. 25, 2008]
Carolina Brewery goers will enjoy three distinct approaches to artistic expression by Chatham Guild Artists at the June/July Show. Landscapes by Rita Baldwin, ceramic expressions by Cherie Westmoreland, and abstract acrylic paintings by Leslie Palmer blend to produce a harmonious vision at the Carolina Brewery and Grill on route 15/501 in Chatham County.
7th annual Clydefest returns to Bynum[Apr. 4, 2008]
ChathamArts and the Village of Bynum will celebrate legendary folk artist Clyde Jones at the seventh annual ClydeFest set for April 26. The festival, featuring hands-on children's arts activities with Jones and others, will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bynum Ball Park located off of U.S. 15-501 in Bynum, between Chapel Hill and Pittsboro.
Transforming our community art auction[Mar. 4, 2008]
Sunday March 9th from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. will be a celebration of the good works of Family Violence and Rape Crisis Services and ChathamArts, with an afternoon of culinary arts, live music, poetry, and an exciting art auction.
The sixth annual Fearrington Folk Art Show[Feb. 22, 2008]
Experience a rare opportunity to meet and purchase art from over 30 of the Southeast's finest folk artists at the Fearrington Folk Art Show. The Sixth Annual Folk Art Show will be held at the Barn at Fearrington on February 23rd and 24th from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
It’s a Dog’s Life at Pittsboro’s Carolina Brewery and Grill[Feb. 10, 2008]
Chatham County painter Shannon Spoor Bueker will exhibit a whimsical collection of canine shenanigans in the February/March Chatham Artists Guild show at the Carolina Brewery and Grill on route 15/501 in Chatham County. "Dog Life" contains over a dozen paintings of dogs in the woods, both joyful and trouble-making.
Journeyman Brit crafts new career in Chatham’s artist community[Jan. 25, 2008]
When Andrew Dixon was growing up in the 60’s in Mirfield, West Yorkshire, an industrial area of northern England, he couldn’t have imagined a life as an artist in rural North Carolina. A birth defect caused Dixon to spend a great deal of time in hospital, reading and drawing.
Tyndall awards prominent Chatham artists[Dec. 5, 2007]
Chapel Hill gallery owner Jane Tyndall judged selected works by over 50 Chatham Artists Guild participants at the opening reception for the 15th Annual Chatham Open Studio Tour Friday November 29th at the Central Carolina Community College campus in Pittsboro.
CCCC Chatham Small Business Center receives arts business grant[Nov. 29, 2007]
Central Carolina Community College’s Chatham Small Business Center has been awarded a $6,000 grant to expand and enhance small businesses involved in the arts. The grant, from the North Carolina Community College System’s Small Business Center Network, provides full funding for “Artist Up and Away,” a program to support emerging artists in the Siler City area.
Chatham County teachers to host artist-in-residence programs[Nov. 15, 2007]
Classroom teachers of Chatham County are invited to host an artist-in-residence in their individual classrooms during the school year of 2008-09. The artist typically works with 2-4 classes of a grade level for a week, teaching a particular core curriculum unit, selected by the homeroom teacher, and involving students in a hands-on, interactive experience with the art form.
Also: Chatham Arts
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