Traveling exhibition “The Future is Female” at the 21c Museum Hotel in Durham highlights contemporary art by women.
We’ve rounded up many ways to celebrate Black History Month in the Triangle from personal pilgrammages to local landmarks to outings to fun festivals.
We’ve rounded up a dozen sweet treats for February, including some things special ideas for Valentine’s Day.
We work with some of the most talented photographers in our community. Here’s a look back at 101 of our favorite images from 2019.
The Full Light of Day, a new show at VAE Raleigh, challenges visitors with art that explores life with disability.
It’s no mystery that McIntyre’s Books is the place to go for thrillers, so it made perfect sense to host a mystery book event.
For this multimedia maker and all-around character, art is life and life is art.
Led by director Jim Waddelow, this local group of musicians and composers performs a range of music.
State of the Arts: The United Arts Council, which celebrated 30 years of work in the community last year, welcomes a new director and celebrates local creativity.
Break out the grip of the winter doldrums by planning an outing for a nourishing dose of culture, music, history, science or a little giving back to the community.
The Triangle’s commanding a fair amount of attention across a wide range of styles, from bluegrass to hip-hop. Here is some of what to look for in 2020.
From paintings by North Carolina artists to exhibits that showcase African and African American talent, the Raleigh area will offer dynamic, diverse artwork.
If you’ve ever wished you could see some of the biggest musicians of our time play all in one night, check out The Great Cover Up performance series at Kings in January. Area musicians fully impersonate big-name bands—from vocals and instrumentation right down to the costumes.
If anyone knows how to hustle, it’s business owner, mother and principal dancer at Carolina Ballet, Lara O’Brien. Here, she shares a bit about life with and after Carolina Ballet.