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ChathamArts "Potluck in a pasture" has Victorian flareChathamArts "Potluck in a pasture" has Victorian flare
[Jul. 11, 2006] ChathamArts next Potluck in a Pasture, Sunday, July 30, 6-8 pm invites guests to wear a favorite hat and something white and play croquet while meeting local artists and savoring delicious homemade dishes, all in view of the famous Celebrity goats. The beautiful rural setting is Celebrity Dairy near Siler City, owned by Fleming and Britt Pfann. The occasion celebrates the importance of Chatham County's artists and agriculture. By Forrest C. Greenslade
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Mississippi Library Friends thank Chatham counterpartsMississippi Library Friends thank Chatham counterparts
[Jun. 25, 2006] The Pass Christian (Mississippi) Friends of the Public Library sent thanks to the Friends of the Pittsboro Memorial Library for their cash donation, a thank you to all those in the community who contributed. Of the many Harrison County Library System buildings heavily damaged by Hurricane Katrina, Pass Christian was the first to get back on its feet. By Andrea Stark
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Plein Air exhibit opens renovated galleryPlein Air exhibit opens renovated gallery
[Jun. 25, 2006] The Friends of the Pittsboro Memorial Library art exhibit for July and August features Chatham County through the eyes of Chatham Plein Air in the newly renovated Reeves Gallery at the library, 158 West St., Pittsboro. This is the group's second annual show of outdoor paintings to be enjoyed during the hot summer months in the cool interior of the library. By Andrea Stark
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ChathamArts launches "Potluck in a Pasture" suppersChathamArts launches "Potluck in a Pasture" suppers
[May 10, 2006] You can share home-grown food, visit North Carolina s first certified organic farm and meet well-known local artists all in the same evening, at the kick-off for ChathamArts new "Potluck in a Pasture" series of Sunday evening picnic suppers. The series celebrating local farmers and artists begins Sunday May 21, from 6 to 8 p.m., at Bill Dow s Ayrshire Farm in Hickory Mountain with several artists, including potter Mark Hewitt and bluegrass musician Tommy Edwards. By Forrest C. Greenslade
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ClydeFest honors Bynum chainsaw artist Clyde JonesClydeFest honors Bynum chainsaw artist Clyde Jones
[Apr. 25, 2006] The fifth annual ClydeFest, honoring Bynum chainsaw artist Clyde Jones, will focus on fun activities for the whole family, Saturday April 29 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children of all ages can act, sing, dance, paint and create glass mosaics with local artists and performers. Festivities take place at the Chatham County Fairgrounds off of U.S. 64 east in Pittsboro. By Forrest Greenslade
 
Kids of all ages can act, sing, dance, paint and clown at ClydeFest
[Apr. 14, 2006] The fifth annual ClydeFest, honoring Bynum chainsaw artist Clyde Jones, will focus on fun activities for the whole family, Saturday April 29 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children of all ages can act, sing, dance, paint and create glass mosaics with local artists and performers.
 
Chatham Studio Tour artists receive national recognitionChatham Studio Tour artists receive national recognition
[Mar. 3, 2006] Three Chatham Studio Tour artists have recently gained national acclaim. Joel Hunnicut, a wood artist from Siler City, NC, has been named a finalist in the 2006 Niche Awards. Chatham artists Gretchen Lothrop and Edwin White have been selected for a nationally known exhibition for their outstanding work. By Forrest C.Greenslade
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Art for heartsArt for hearts
[Jan. 14, 2006] Chatham Arts has teamed up with the American Heart Association to host "decorate the wine glass" event just in time for Valentine's Day. Chatham Arts will provide you with a wine glass to paint, etch, glaze, or decorate in whatever artistic fashion you desire. Chatham Arts will host a reception on Friday, February 10, where the glasses will be sold at silent auction with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the AHA. By Forrest Greenslade
 
Chatham County to discuss public artChatham County to discuss public art
[Jan. 9, 2006] Jeffrey J. York, director of public art and community design for the North Carolina Arts Council, will lead “A Chatham County Conversation on Public Art,” Wednesday January 18 in Pittsboro. The discussion, which is free and open to the public, is set for 7:00 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room at Central Carolina Community College. This is the first in a series of community discussions, “Talk About Art,” sponsored by ChathamArts.
 
Chatham Artists Guild announces Studio Tour Artists award winnersChatham Artists Guild announces Studio Tour Artists award winners
[Dec. 9, 2005] The 13th annual Chatham Studio Tour got underway Dec. 3rd & 4th with hundreds of visitors to arts studios throughout the county from Chatham and neighboring communities in the pursuit of artistic excellence. The Chatham Studio Tour Opening Reception held at Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) Gallery, Pittsboro Campus, Friday, December 2, was attended by an estimated 300 art lovers.
 
Chatham Studio opening reception is todayChatham Studio opening reception is today
[Dec. 2, 2005] The Chatham Studio Tour Opening Reception will be held at Central Carolina Community College Gallery from 7-9 p.m. today.
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40 greatest magazine covers announced40 greatest magazine covers announced
[Oct. 18, 2005] The 40 greatest magazine covers of the last 40 years were unveiled at the American Magazine Conference (AMC) 2005 at the Wyndham El Conquistador in Puerto Rico, by Mark Whitaker, President of American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) and Editor of Newsweek magazine, and AMC Chairman Evan Smith, Editor of Texas Monthly. Rolling Stone’s January 22, 1981 cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono was named the top magazine cover to appear since 1965.
 
2005 Chatham Studio Tour New & Returning Artists Show2005 Chatham Studio Tour New & Returning Artists Show
[Oct. 16, 2005] The Chatham Artists Guild, in partnership with The Friends of the Pittsboro Memorial Library, is pleased to introduce 10 new juried artists and feature 6 returning artists to the Chatham Studio Tour. Their art work will be displayed in the Reeves auditorium, at the Library in November - December, 2005 with photographs of the new artists by John Shillito. The Gallery is open during regular library hours By Forrest C. Greenslade
 
2005 Chatham Studio Tour looks to be better and more diverse2005 Chatham Studio Tour looks to be better and more diverse
[Aug. 2, 2005] For the past twelve years, art lovers from across the Triangle and North Carolina have traversed scenic rural Chatham County, visiting its foremost visual artists in their studios during the first two weekends of December. This year's dates are December 3rd, 4th and 10th, 11th. By Forrest Greenslade
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ChathamArts seeks new directorChathamArts seeks new director
[Jul. 12, 2005] Mary Simpson is retiring from her position as director of ChathamArts, our county arts council. ChathamArts is now beginning a search for the next director. Application deadline is August 1. By Dee Reid

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