Do you enjoy sculpture and local art? If so, come out for one of the Hillsborough Arts Council's new "Take A Closer Look" guided walking tours of Hillsborough's sculpture. Tours will begin at the Hillsborough Arts Council Gallery, located at 102 N. Churton St. at 1 pm on Fridays and Saturdays through March. For moreFind out more »
FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT! Tonight's movie: Space Jam Arguably the best thing Michael Jordan ever did off the hard court, this classic comedy about NBA superstars playing the Monstars is sure to make everyone laugh and have a good time. Movies for the whole family! No pre-registration required. Friday, March 14 from 4:00-5:30 -- Space JamFind out more »
6:00 p.m. Exhibit Opening, Wilson Library, 4th Floor 7:30 p.m. SCOTS Concert, Historic Playmakers Theatre Visitors can rock through the history of Southern Culture on the Skids, the “legendary bards of downward mobility,” with a new exhibit at Wilson Library. Lard Have Mercy! 30 Years of Southern Culture on the Skids will be on displayFind out more »
"The Colors and Textures of Connemara" Ireland - a magical place, a place of ethereal scenery, fascinating history, and endearing people. It will leave an indelible impression on you that will never fade. Artist, Sally Terrell, evokes those feelings through painting, wool felt art, and photography. Sally's work will be featured March 1 - MarchFind out more »
Karen Youth Art Exhibition Reception Members of the Karen Youth Art Group express personal experiences and memories of Myanmar culture through their art. On exhibit here are works they created at the Chapel Hill High School, FRANK Gallery and Karen Farm on Jones Ferry Road. We owe thanks to Fran Hamer, Hollie Taylor Novak, KellyFind out more »
Join us for an opening reception of our artists work. Refreshments served. "Let's Be FRANK” presents the work of the talented artists who make FRANK the leading non-profit art gallery in the heart of Chapel Hill. FRANK’s twenty-two member artists will be the focus of this not-to-miss exhibition. The membership’s talents vary widely and thisFind out more »
The 2ndFriday Artwalk takes place in Carrboro and Chapel Hill from 6:00 - 9:00 pm on the second Friday of every month. It's a great opportunity to explore the many arts venues and businesses in both towns as well as socialize with other art lovers in the community. Many of the galleries will have liveFind out more »
The Triangle Soundpainting Sextet is a small ensemble offshoot of the larger Triangle Soundpainting Orchestra, founded in Durham in the mid-00s by Shannon Morrow.
Soundpainting is a method of live improvisatory composition, wherein a conductor gives broad and sometimes specific gestural signals to musicians, who interpret those signals to create an ensemble piece on the fly. In this performance, the TSS will respond and improvise around the poetry of Ricky Garni, who will be reading from his new book of poems: HEY.
The Triangle Soundpainting Sextet is conducted by Wendy Spitzer (the brain behind the avant-pop ensemble Felix Obelix), and features Stuart Somer on piano; Douglas Vuncannon on bass; Chris Eubank on cello; Anne Gomez on tenor sax; Stephen Cowles on alto sax & flute; and Katherine Gill on violin.
Original artwork by Wendy Spitzer will also be on display on the evening of the performance.Find out more »
Opening Reception for The ArtsCenter’s Annual Student Exhibit 6:00 pm This month The ArtsCenter will feature student art in the Nicholson Gallery. Work will be displayed of all different mediums created by former and current ArtSchool students of all ages. Some of the work will be for sale. Opening Reception: Friday, March 14th, 6-8pm inFind out more »
Enjoy fine salads, sandwiches, entries, a latte, your favorite dessert, as you listen to all acoustic Dixieland and old-time jazz sounds of the Decatur Street Beat Dixieland band!Find out more »
Now serving gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan meals from the incomparable Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe, veggie quiches from Whole Foods, personal Naan pizzas, organic Counter Culture Coffee, organic Zhi Tea, organic North Coast beer, wine, gluten-free, vegan and regular pastries from the area’s top pastry chefs, and fine chocolates from Matthew’s Chocolates in Hillsborough! NEW!! Naan crustFind out more »
CD Release Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba w/ Orquesta GarDel Fri, March 14, 2014 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm Cat's Cradle Carrboro, NC $10.00 Tickets Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba Links "Combining passionate originality and fierce authenticity, Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba take West African dance music into new territory—literally, the North Carolina Piedmont. That’s whereFind out more »
In celebration of America Seen, our exhibition of prints from the era, enjoy an evening of entertainment, 1930s style!
Guests will savor classic American cocktails created especially for the evening by some of the area’s best bartenders. Try your hand at classic games like pinochle and whist in the game room and enjoy the period’s signature sounds of jazz and the blues performed live by Tea Cup Gin.Find out more »
6:00 p.m. Exhibit Opening, Wilson Library, 4th Floor 7:30 p.m. SCOTS Concert, Historic Playmakers Theatre To celebrate the opening of the exhibit Lard Have Mercy! 30 Years of Southern Culture on the Skids, the band will perform at Historic Playmakers Theatre on March 14 at 7:30. The concert is free and open to theFind out more »
Double Album Release Party The Loudermilks w/ Cousins, John Howie Jr. Fri, March 14, 2014 Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:30 pm Cat's Cradle - Back Room Carrboro, NC $8.00 Tickets The Loudermilks Links After more than a decade fronting Charlotte, NC's critically acclaimed alt. country pioneers, Lou Ford, brothers Alan & Chad Edwards return with aFind out more »
The Doug Largent Trio featuring Brad Maiani on guitar and Tyler Leak on drums will play organ trio jazz at West End Wine Bar of Chapel Hill.Find out more »
“Let Them Be Heard remains a singularly moving tribute to the resilience and conscience of a host of witnesses no longer with us.” ~ Byron Woods, IndyWeek Bare Theatre presents its hard-hitting original production, Let Them Be Heard, an adaptation of interviews with former slaves from North Carolina. The program features excerpts from The Slave NarrativeFind out more »