The award winning private artist out of Yancey County creates deeply engaging artwork at an international scale.
This celebration featured the crowning of the King and Empress, the Oakwood Second Line Band, New Orleans-themed food and drink and a parade
Whether you love bluegrass, rap, indie or jazz, outdoor music experiences abound — here are a few across the state to put on your list.
The sculpture Tar Baby vs. St. Sebastian is a visitor favorite at the NCMA, which will host work by the artist, who was killed on Sept. 11.
An annual celebration at the North Carolina Museum of Art highlights an extraordinary accomplishment for the Jewish community.
A regional fundraiser will bring big local musicians and artists to the screen for the third year in a row to raise money for the arts.
From Dawsons Creek to Forrest Gump to Cold Mountain, North Carolina has hosted quite the cadre of timeless television shows and films.
What happens when the lights go out? Intimate conversation and reconnection, fueled by instincts from our caveman days.
This poem by Dasan Ahanu explores social injustice and survival and the strength, yet hardship it creates.
Originally from Red Springs, this mixed-media talent cofounded an art collective in Charlotte called God City.
A new CD collection, Psychedelic States: The Carolinas in the 60s, commemorates music from bands like The Fabulous Wunz, Rogues and Steps of Stone.
From passionate to mundane, these romantic notes from decades ago offer a window into relationships then and now.
The first book from Artsuite, SAVED: Objects of the Dead pairs images by Jody Servon with prose poems by Lorene Delany-Ullman.
The Durham native is known for colorful art that incorporates graffiti motifs, Asian icons and carefully woven stories.