This week on “This is Tourism,” join WCHL’s Ron Stutts as he speaks with Dan Mayer, the executive director at The ArtsCenter in Carrboro. Mayer has worked with The ArtsCenter for nearly four years, and has over 15 years total of experience working to assist arts organization in finding balance between artistic vision and the day-to-day business logistics of maintaining a space for art — and artists — to thrive. Listen below for the full conversation about what visitors can find at the ArtsCenter, from wall-hanging artwork to live music!
The ArtsCenter is an arts education non-profit in Carrboro that offers classes, performances, and art exhibits. The ArtsCenter is the single largest employer of artists in Orange County, and serves more than 100,000 students and citizens throughout the area. Hosting regular exhibitions, concerts and more — The ArtsCenter is one of the best places in Orange County to find something new to get excited about.
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Spring Break MiniCamps start next week for students in grades K-5! Morning sessions will be Music Skills with Jay Hammond, afternoon sessions will be Collaborative Drawing & Mixed Media with Ivan Liotchev. Learn more and register at artscenterlive.org/youth/#minicamps #youtharts #springbreak #chccs #carrboro #chapelhill #feelfree #alwaysinspiring
This weekly segment uncovers the local impact the tourism industry has on our community, told through the stories of the people who make tourism flourish in Orange County. Listen during the Ron Stutts Show every Thursday at 8:40 for a new “This is Tourism” live interview!