Through her pottery and in her day job, Raleigh artist Laura Casas creates the quirky, optimistic world wants to see.
This master shipwright and longtime professor at Cape Fear Community College reinvented its wooden boatbuilding program.
Atelier Sisu’s Evanescent Bubbles, an installation from Australia, filled a block of Fayetteville Street with enormous, iridescent orbs.
A tribute to the Black women who built Raleigh, Courtney Napier’s exhibit featured portraits by Triangle photographers
From fireworks and baseball to interactive history lessons, consider these ideas for a stellar Independence Day weekend in North Carolina.
On May 5, Artspace celebrated the opening of its FRESH exhibit, a collection of visual art from makers across North Carolina.
Off a two-lane highway in Hillsborough down a gravel road, this artist and printmaker celebrates the South’s natural world.
The musician behind Che Apalache offers a unique twist on the traditional genre, one infused with International travels and social messages.
A new photography exhibit curated by Courtney Napier celebrates 10 Raleigh women dedicated to preserving the city’s Black history.
Fariss captures beauty and whimsy in her delicate paintings of flowers, figures, and animals.
On March 4, 311 Gallery hosted an opening for All Abstract, which featured more than 80 works form artists across the country.
This Durham-based artist engages viewers with work that uses color and portraiture to express — and evoke — deep emotions.
The Spruce Pine artist studies wildlife closely, then covers her intricate replicas in skin created from vintage art.
A traveling exhibit that has sold out across the States, Van Gough: The Immersive Experience is finally on its way to the City of Oaks.