Art. It’s more than beauty and conceptual ideas. It’s more than visual works and performances. It’s something that can connect us all. Think about a designer, who is by nature,… Read More →
One More Year of Reveling in the Fiddle: Pickin’ 2018 Sure Was Fun!
Well, it’s come and gone – Pickin’: A Music Celebration, that is. It’s so hard to believe Chatham Arts Council’s Annual Benefit for Artists-in-Schools is over. All who gathered in… Read More →
Buy Local and Give Locally on Giving Night
Local arts and artists, a creative culture, small businesses, and Pittsboro’s authentic downtown are all topics we’re passionate about so you could say we’ve been glowing about Giving Night in… Read More →
GO SEE THIS: PICKIN’: A MUSIC CELEBRATION on November 11! Featuring The Bluegrass Experience. Sponsored by Opus Financial Advisors.
We’re trying something new with our Go See This series—a more intimate look at the behind-the-scenes of creating arts events in Chatham County. We hope you enjoy this, the second… Read More →
Tickets Now Available for Pickin’: A Music Celebration
HOT OFF THE PRESSES! Tickets are now available for that awesome event you don’t want to miss: Pickin’: A Music Celebration, Chatham Arts Council’s Annual Benefit for Artists-in-Schools, featuring The… Read More →
Save the Date! Pickin’: A Music Celebration, November 11, 2018!
Get your pencils, pens, or smart phones out. That’s right – we have important news. SAVE THE DATE for Pickin’: A Music Celebration, Chatham Arts Council’s Annual Benefit for Artists-in-Schools,… Read More →
Artists-in-Schools: Hobey Ford Taps Puppetry and Digital Animation to Engage Students in Science Curriculum
Hobey Ford is a puppeteer known for excellence in puppetry performance and craft. But what made his June visit to Siler City Elementary even more notable was the way he… Read More →
Artists-in-Schools: Diali Cissokho Brings West African Music to Chatham County Schools
The beat of an African drum is not something that every child is familiar with. But for West African musician Diali Cissokho (pronounced “Jelly”), the beat was an integral part… Read More →
Artists-in-Schools: EbzB Productions Helps Moncure School’s Fifth Graders Rewind to the 1700s
If you ever doubted that fifth graders could deliver a performance aimed to educate you on an historical time period – you would have been happily wrong this spring. In… Read More →
Chatham Arts Council Announces I He(art) Art for Kids Campaign
There are 15,000 children in Chatham County – providing an incredible opportunity for 15,000 souls to be nurtured, creative minds to be sparked, and budding artists to be encouraged. As… Read More →
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