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FHM-US's 100 Sexiest Women 2005
[Mar. 28, 2005] This is a list of the results of the FHM (US edition) 100 Sexiest Women 2005 poll.
Also: FHM
 
Hundreds drawn to Fearrington Folk Art ShowHundreds drawn to Fearrington Folk Art Show
[Feb. 21, 2004] Mild weather and sunny skies brought over 1000 folks out to the second annual Fearrington Folk Art Show. Visitors had a chance to view and purchase art from over thirty of the Southeast's finest folk artists.
Also: Folk Art Show photos
 
Local artists will exhibit their work at Annual Art AuctionLocal artists will exhibit their work at Annual Art Auction
[Feb. 10, 2004] Local artists will have an outstanding opportunity to promote, exhibit and sell their work to arts lovers and buyers from Chatham County, the Triangle, and beyond. Chatham Arts is now seeking original art for their Second Annual Art Auction March 28 in Fearrington Barn, as well as for display in their gallery in downtown Pittsboro. By Mary Simpson
Also: Chatham Arts
 
Fifth Annual Art in the Garden Show at FearringtonFifth Annual Art in the Garden Show at Fearrington
[Jan. 23, 2004] The Fifth Annual Art in the Garden Show at Fearrington is currently accepting entries for their 2004 event. The Art Show will run from April 3rd through April 25th in the Fearrington Gardens and will feature exterior art for the garden. By Rebekah Cowell
 
Second Annual Fearrington Folk Art ShowSecond Annual Fearrington Folk Art Show
[Jan. 19, 2004] Fearrington Village will host the Second Annual Fearrington Folk Art Festival on February 21st and 22nd, 2004 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Experience a rare opportunity to meet and purchase art from over 30 of the Southeast's finest folk artists. By Rebekah Cowell
Also: 2003 Folk Art Festival Photos
 
Auction of Clyde Jones Painting to Benefit Shriners HospitalsAuction of Clyde Jones Painting to Benefit Shriners Hospitals
[Jan. 19, 2004] Folk artist Clyde Jones has donated one of his original paintings to the Amran Shrine Clowns. The clowns, in cooperation with Captain John's Dockside Fish and Crab House, will hold a silent auction for this painting through March 14. By Anne Johnson
Also: Clydefest
Also: Shriners Hospitals
 
JoolSchool at the ArtsCenter offering educational and fun coursesJoolSchool at the ArtsCenter offering educational and fun courses
[Jan. 18, 2004] The JoolSchool at the ArtsCenter in Carrboro has put together a very exciting array of classes. Silver casting, etching, cold connections, chain making, dichroic glass. All of this, plus one of the most fascinating recent additions: a course in precious metal clay. By alvinfran schultzberg
Also: Arts Center
 
Chatham Carver Carves for ChildrenChatham Carver Carves for Children
[Jan. 14, 2004] Chainsaw sculptor and Chatham resident Karen Tiede will be traveling to Ridgway, PA, at the end of February to carve for the Make-A-Wish foundation. By Karen Tiede
Also: Pittsboro Penguins
Also: Ridgway Rendezvous
 
Weavers and Wood ExhibitWeavers and Wood Exhibit
[Jan. 14, 2004] A call for Chatham County artists to participate in the first in-house exhibit at the new Chatham Arts Gallery. This exhibit and show is for all media that can be woven into art and all works in wood. By Dee Reid
Also: Chatham Arts Council
 
Northwood students create sculpture inspired by The Secret Life of Bees
[Jan. 5, 2004] The Pittsboro Memorial Library currently houses an exceptional sculpture titled, "With Sweet and Bitter Herbs. Joy Will Come in the Morning". The sculpture was assembled from tiles created by Northwood High School Art II students and their teacher Leslie Burwell and students from Mr. Thibault's SKIP class. Inspiration came from the Friends of the Pittsboro Memorial Library, Community Read book The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd. By Brad Kosiba

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