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Save the date for the 2015 Fearrington Folk Art Show[Jan. 20, 2015]
Save the date for the 2015 Fearrington Folk Art Show on Saturday, February 21, 2015 and Sunday, February 22, 2015 from 10am to 5pm! Each year more than 35 folk artists from throughout the South convene at the big Barn at Fearrington Village. They turn every square foot of the structure into exhibition space for marvelous outsider art.
Artists invited to submit a proposal to be part of Pop! Downtown Siler City[Jan. 5, 2015]
From March through May 2015, artists from North Carolina will have the opportunity to be part of the Pop! Downtown Siler City art series, which will fill empty and idle storefront windows with art focused on the theme of Chatham Rabbits. We are looking for a range of artistic installations and urban art interventions inspired by the theme of Chatham Rabbits, as well as the location, history, and general context of Siler City. From the late 19th Century until early 20th Century, Chatham County was known for its rabbits.
Fearrington's annual Folk Art Show is this weekend[Feb. 21, 2014]
One of Fearrington Village's most popular community events of the year will take place on February 22 and & 23 from 10 am to 5 pm. More than 35 folk artists from throughout the South will convene at the big barn at Fearrington Village once again in 2014. They’ll turn every square foot of the structure into exhibition space for marvelous outsider art.
Pittsboro's Carolina Brewery features Chatham Artists Guild Art for All Seasons[Feb. 14, 2013]
Patrons of the popular Pittsboro restaurant will enjoy the colorful and textural works of printmaker Vidabeth Bensen and mixed media artist Rita Spina from February 2 - April 6, 2013. Bensen and Spina are charter participants of the Chatham Studio Tour. There will be a free reception on Sunday, March 3rd from 4 to 6 PM. Come, meet the artists and share some custom crafted brews and delicious snacks.
Academic "black sheep" creates unique furniture in Chatham County[Jul. 10, 2012]
"I've lived in Chatham County for 23 years, and I finally have my studio here," notes Erik Wolken, who has just become a member of the Chatham Artists Guild; but Wolken's journey to Chatham has taken many twists and turns, with a few detours along the way.
ChathamArts announces Spring classes[Feb. 24, 2011]
Arts makes you smART. ChathamArts is here for you with our arts-in-education school programs & our new line-up of classes for ALL Ages this spring and summer. Help your loved ones "get smart" by giving them the gift of intelligence.
The Fearrington Folk Art Show is this weekend[Feb. 18, 2011]
Experience a rare opportunity to purchase art directly from over 35 of the Southeast's finest folk artists at the Fearrington Folk Art Show! The 9th Annual Fearrington Folk Art Show will be held in the Barn at Fearrington on Saturday and Sunday, February 19 and 20 from 10 am to 5 pm with a ticketed private Collector's Preview event from 6 pm to 9 pm on Friday, February 18.
Mark Hewitt's big-hearted pots at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans[Jan. 16, 2011]
Mark Hewitt's Big-Hearted Pots will be on view at the Ogden Museum of the Southern Art in New Orleans, La., January 13 - April 10, 2011. Eighteen of his signature "big pots" (several of them five feet tall and three feet wide), will form Hewitt's first major exhibition outside his home state of North Carolina.
Annual ChathamArts ClydeFEST celebrates legendary folk artist Clyde Jones[Apr. 11, 2010]
The ninth annual ChathamArts ClydeFEST celebrating legendary folk artist Clyde Jones promises a full day of fun and games, food and music. Festivities are set for Saturday April 17 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Clydeville at the Bynum Ballpark, just around the corner from Jones’ famous backyard full of cedar giraffes, alligators, deer, rabbits and other chain saw “critters.” Admission is $7 for adults and $3 for children. Adult tickets include a chance to win a Clyde Critter.
Chatham Studio Tour is a holiday tradition[Nov. 23, 2009]
Art-lovers are feeling a great void these days. Our North Carolina Museum of Art is closed while the world class collection is moved to the new 127,000-square-foot state of art facility. Dan Gottlieb, the museum's Director of Planning and Design, is one of the people shepherding this delicate operation.
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