We’ve got a folk art auction in progress, y’all! This is ClydeFEST 20th Anniversary edition, and we’ve never opened the bidding before ClydeFEST before, so you’re in on a big experiment with some rare opportunities. First up, the Clyde Jones Umbrella . . .
Meet This Artist: Deep River Mercantile’s Hannah Brown Transforms Our Community and Our Homes
The fine folks at Hobbs Architects in downtown Pittsboro are powering our Meet This Artist series this year. Architecture is art, and the Hobbs crew values art in our community. They join… Read More →
Go See This: NCAI Artshop opens with Folk Art Show
It’s the beginning of the new year. Another opportunity to go out and see more beauty. Thankfully, January’s cold in North Carolina isn’t too bad. Right now, for instance, as… Read More →
A Local Hero and His Chainsaw: A Quick Look Back at ClydeFEST 2018
ClydeFEST 2018 was full of laughter, creative art, cool critters, fun games, and a welcoming community spirit! Even while we’re still smiling and excited about all of that, we’re looking… Read More →
Go See This: ClydeFEST for Kids is Saturday, April 14!
Pop Quiz! Does your little one like to run around in open spaces? Do your kids love to get messy? Make crafts? Play games? Does listening to live music put… Read More →
Meet This Artist: Pain fueled creativity & spirit for Onicas Gaddis
Onicas Gaddis has only one photograph from his childhood. “This is me and my two brothers, Bart and Phillip, and my sister Josephine – before I was taken away,” he said…. Read More →
Go See This: The Small Museum of Art
The corner of Small and East Streets in Pittsboro is a handmade hive of activity. Salvaged windows allow natural light to wash newly installed walls made of reclaimed wooden planks… Read More →
Go See This: Visions to Behold at the Fearrington Folk Art Show
This is the Chatham Arts Council’s third in a monthly series focusing on arts events in Chatham County that are not to be missed. In 1974, R. B. Fitch and his… Read More →