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 us in inviting you to take a look. Meet your very inspiring neighbors. Meet This Artist . . . Syd Ginsberg is a 90-pound, 90-year-old,… Read More →
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 I work on my notes from my visit with the NC Arts Incubator’s director, April Weaver, the sun’s light lends life to all sorts of… Read More →
Join us for this local Folk Art Spectacular! Varying styles and mediums of folk art will fill the PAF Gallery and be displayed throughout the Incubator. 16 North Carolina Artists participating. Music by Sheamus “Skyebaby” Davey of Winston-Salem.
Shop for handmade holiday gifts by local artists. Paintings, pottery, jewelry, fiber products and more! Opening night is Friday, November 17th during the 3rd Friday Artwalk. Live music inside at Courtyard Coffee, Art Market in the PAF Gallery. Refreshments served, door prizes and a raffle. Support local art and shop small! Market runs through Christmas,… Read More →
As a kid in rural New York, JR Butler wasn’t interested in becoming a fireman or a cowboy when he grew up. His dream was to become an artist. And this dream never faded. A few years ago, when he was at a crossroad in his life, he decided to take a leap and pursue… Read More →
Like Alice’s visit to Wonderland, Siler City residents of a hundred years ago would find quite a different place were they to show up downtown today. But for three spring months starting on March 21, one thing they wouldn’t be surprised to see is a multitude of rabbits. The Chatham Rabbit, to be exact. That’s right. Chicago… Read More →
As if a photo of a pig in a Santa suit isn’t enough! (Photo credit: bobistraveling.) To add a little twinkle to the end of December, we bring you these 11 tidings of joy, fun, and festivity: 1: The fabulous vocalists of Pitch Please, Northwood High School’s a cappella singing ensemble, won $5,000 in a Triangle-wide… Read More →