This timely acquisition for the North Carolina Art Museum has a surprising link to local history.
Arts, crafts, music and more are on the agenda with a mix of virtual and in-person ways to enjoy the Raleigh area throughout the month of September.
The Americans with Disabilities Act celebrates 30 years, and our local arts scene is making strides to include people of all abilities.
Here’s a mix of July virtual and in-person events, from art exhibits to fundraisers and even musical performances to check out.
Museums are still under state restrictions, but that has not stopped Triangle curators from finding artful ways to enhance lives.
Four museum folks share how they’re getting their local culture while social distancing.
Maya Freelon is a visual artist best known for her colorful, organic sculptures made from dyed tissue paper. A speaker in our fall 2019 WINi event, she shared her process of embracing life as a full-time artist. We checked in…
Chamber Music Raleigh presented the Mallarme Chamber Players at the North Carolina Museum of Art to celebrate the Frida Kahlo exhibition.
A spring-y interpretation of NCMA’s Art In Bloom exhibit returns for a sixth year
From paintings by North Carolina artists to exhibits that showcase African and African American talent, the Raleigh area will offer dynamic, diverse artwork.
Now through September 8 at CAM, you can view local artist Michael Klauke’s exhibition In So Many Words. His works—which use words and letters to create visuals—are on display in CAM’s Independent Weekly Gallery. Klauke has worked at the NC…
Valerie Hillings brings a worldly outlook to her new role as director of the North Carolina Museum of Art.
Rediscover Raleigh with our guide to the best local sites worth staying home for.