Originally from Vietnam, the artist pivoted from a career in fashion to one in art, using material with ties to his own cultural history.
Get to know the strange, beautiful world of the multi-media artist whose work can currently be seen at CAM and Anchorlight.
On Oct. 6, Gallery C hosted a First Friday opening reception for veteran North Carolina painter Gayle Stott Lowry.
As his body started to deteriorate from ALS, this artist and former marine moved from Durham to Wilmington to live out his life by the beach.
For 23 years, this photographer has been taking pictures of Downtown Raleigh, capturing some iconic images of the City of Oaks.
Thoughtful renovations and an eye for collecting are the hallmarks of Dan Fulkerson and Rey Garcia’s lovingly restored home.
On March 19, Gallery C hosted its annual Best of North Carolina Exhibit, featuring North Carolinian art from the 19th and 20th century.
This longtime Raleigh painter has used his skills and enthusiasm to uplift and expand Raleigh’s creative community.
In this poem, North Carolina Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green writes about the joy of Juneteenth and the horror that came before it.
The Greensboro painter creates colorful, layered paintings that riff on techniques she uses in her writing, as well.
This traveling exhibit features more than 90 sculptures and two-dimensional works by LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya.
The third annual Big Night In for the Arts raised over $170,000 for the Triangle arts community.
North Carolina artist Patrick Dougherty visited L’école-French School of Raleigh on March 2 to build a work of art with students on its grounds.
On March 25, the Friends of the Judaic Art Gallery hosted its 11th I ♥ Purim fundraiser, this year themed An Intergalactic Gala.