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Art and Artifacts presents group exhibit

Open house Friday as part of Blowing Rock Sunset Stroll
09/05/2013
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An Uncommon Retrospective

There are more than 250,000 images in Hugh Morton’s vaunted photography collection — many of which have never been seen.

To give light...
09/05/2013
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Watauga art teachers receive grants

Watercolor Society of North Carolina and Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff award $1,000 to four instructors
09/05/2013
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Regional Artist Projects grants available to artists

The Regional Artist Project of Northwest North Carolina is a partnership between the arts councils of Alleghany, Ashe, Watauga and Wilkes counties...
09/05/2013
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TCVA celebrates five new exhibits

Appalachian State University’s Turchin Center for the Visual Arts is welcoming the fall season with its Fall Exhibition Celebration on Friday,...
08/28/2013
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Return of the Artfull Palette

Arts council fundraiser reinvented and re-energized
08/28/2013
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Morning Star Gallery’s Glorious Glass Show

Beginning Labor Day weekend, visitors to Morning Star Gallery can take in the glass artistry of 10 of the Southeast’s finest glassmakers. ...
08/28/2013
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Marjorie Daingerfield sculpture at Clark Gallery

It’s artwork or bust at Clark Gallery.

The Banner Elk gallery is now featuring a marble bust by the late Marjorie Jay Daingerfield, the...
08/28/2013
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Callejas showcase at Hands Gallery

Hands Gallery in downtown Boone is featuring the newest works from clay artist and painter Chrissie Callejas.

Callejas has been a resident...
08/28/2013
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‘The Omega Project’ is smart, fast sci-fi

It looks as if best-selling author Steve Alten has been reading his Poe — along with his Baum and Boulle.
08/28/2013
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‘Sticks and Stones’

Art & Artifacts presents new paintings, jewelry in Blowing Rock
08/28/2013
112

Tour de Art returns Saturday

Baker’s dozen of local galleries featured in High Country art tour
08/22/2013
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It’s Cat-urday at Anvil Arts

It has been more than 15 years since Floyd, “the shop cat,” wandered into Bill Brown’s sculpture studio.

The 14-foot high studio...
08/22/2013
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‘A Tale of Two Styles’

Regionally acclaimed artist Sheila Wood Hancock said she “needed a little change,” so she will tell “A Tale of Two Styles,” as she unveils...
08/22/2013
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'Savoring Moments in Time'

“Savoring Moments in Time” by local artists Kevin Beck and Egi Antonaccio is a complementary exhibition of their landscape paintings at Carlton...
08/22/2013
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Art Cellar Coffee Talk with Robert Eoff

Art Cellar Gallery will host an Artists Coffee Talk with painter Robert Eoff this Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon.

The artist will...
08/22/2013
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ArtWalk welcomes students

ArtWalk welcomes back all the new and returning students settling in for the new school year.

As the student body moves into new dwellings...
08/22/2013
118

Fabulous Fence Festival postponed

Due to anticipated inclement weather, the Watauga County Arts Council’s Fabulous Fence Festival was postponed from Aug. 17 to Saturday, Sept....
08/22/2013
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‘He Said, She Said’ at Crimson Laurel

Crimson Laurel Gallery in Bakersville presents “He Said, She Said: Work by Terry Gess & Carmen Grier” and “99 Bottles: Curated by Jason...
08/22/2013
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Visions of Peace

Picture peace.

No, really.

The Mountain Peacemakers’ Visions of Peace juried art exhibition has issued a call for art, accepting...
08/15/2013

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