Arts News: Thursday / July 20

Arts News from North & South Carolina 

Asheville: Artists work with The Collider for ‘Clouds’ group art show

Charleston: Gibbes Museum of Art partners with Save the Arts to support federal funding for the arts

Charleston: Swish and flick! The Charleston Symphony Orchestra will perform ‘Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone’

Charleston: How to grab discounted tickets for Charleston Stage’s ‘A Christmas Carol’

Durham: DPAC ranks among top five theaters nationally in attendance

Durham: At Living Arts, putting Durham dancers’ feet first

Durham: DPAC is No. 6 – in the world, and the Carolina Theatre made the list too

Florence: Florence Little Theatre production of “The Music Man, Jr.” Enters it’s second weekend on a high note

Greensboro: Greensboro Coliseum’s Odeon Theatre to offer off-Broadway shows

Greenville: SC Children’s Theatre plans colorful new season

Greenwood: Uptown Greenwood looking to become state cultural district

Wilmington: Bookmarks: Beverly Lewis coming to Port City; Two Sisters sold

Wilmington: Inaugural performance of new theater company stars actor from ‘The Love Boat’

Wilmington: NEW PEDESTRIAN ART NOW ON DISPLAY IN DOWNTOWN AREA

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Arts News: Wednesday / July 19

Arts News from North & South Carolina 

Charleston: Arts in Brief

Charleston:  Art of Jazz summer concert series continues with Demetrius Doctor Trio

Chapel Hill: The Stickman

Flat Rock: Clay artist to reflect on her Ghost Ranch workshop experience

Greenwood: GPA executive director stepping down; will be teaching art in school

Raleigh: Dogfight at NRACT Features Superb Production Values and Near-Professional Performances

Wilmington:  Michael Rallis prepares for opera role in ‘Carmen’

Wilmington: DREAMS of Wilmington celebrates 20th anniversary

Winston-Salem: Art Briefs

Winston-Salem: Stained Glass Playhouse preps its new season, opens with ‘Annie’

Winston-Salem: Emerging choreographers dive into the heart of creativity

Winston-Salem: Theatre Alliance delivers rollicking production of ‘Sister Act’

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Arts News: Tuesday / July 18

Arts News from North & South Carolina 

Asheville: Asheville area stage productions

Boone: 20Nth: Boone’s independent art gallery celebrates 20 years

Boone: Appalachian’s Rosen Sculpture Walk highlights contemporary sculpture at An Appalachian Summer Festival

Chapel Hill: The Bookshop Brought Many Rare and First Editions—and Two Famous Cats—to Franklin Street for Thirty-Two Years

Charleston: Four state artists win $5,000 each from the S.C. Arts Commission

Charleston: Charleston Parks Conservancy receives $50,000 NEA grant for fall art programs

Charlotte: Foundation Seeks $4.5 million From City For Carolina Theatre Project

Raleigh: Two Fine Exhibits at Raleigh’s Block Gallery Are Also Case Studies in How Deeply Environment Changes the Experience of Viewing Art

Wilmington: PHOTOS: Working artists at ArtWorks

Wilmington: Communique: Sunday Reception & Trolley Tour For New Pedestrian Art

Wilmington: Ann Dowd found out about dual Emmy nominations in Wilmington

Wilmington: FANS GET A SNEAK PEEK BEHIND PRODUCTION OF OPERA IN WILMINGTON

Wilmington: Wilmington musician plays benefit for orphaned girls

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Sarah Horak / Wilmington, North Carolina

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Arts News: Monday / July 17

Arts News from North & South Carolina 

Asheville: Regional theaters get busy in Western North Carolina

Asheville: Artists Converge for “The Big Crafty”

Boone: An Appalachian Summer Festival brings theatre and dance to High Country

Durham: Never wanting his work to be ‘too precious,’ a potter finds purpose collaborating with restaurants

Greenville, SC: Folkmoot Festival to present performance at Centre Stage

Raleigh: There’s a local push for more diversity in the film industry

Wilmington: UNCW introduces a new festival to celebrate Wilmington’s art communities

Wilmington: ‘Mister Roberts’ on the Battleship is pleasant-enough comic nostalgia

Wilmington: Chelsea Keane, playing the part of Carmen, sings during a rehearsal of “Carmen” at UNCW

Wilmington: PHOTOS: Good Behavior films in Hugh MacRae Park

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Arts News: Sunday / July 16

Arts News from North & South Carolina 

Asheville: Artists Converge for “The Big Crafty”

Burlington: Realistic theater

Charleston: Charleston Jazz and the Gibbes Museum of Art present ‘The Art of Jazz’ featuring Demetrius Doctor

Charlotte: ‘Skyrocketing’ construction costs, delays contributing to higher price tag of Carolina Theatre project

Durham: Cheers! ‘Beer & Hymns’ at Fullsteam Brewery a sing-along for all

Durham: The military discharged her. Then she found solace in writing.

Greensboro: Arts Next Door, Part 2 of 3: Randolph Arts Guild offers outlet for artistry

Greensboro: Work on Tanger Center begins in downtown Greensboro

Greensboro: An Exhibit Review: “The Edge of Perception”

Rocky Mount: Artist entertains, educates kids

Wilmington: UNCW Welcomes Visiting Professor of Creative Nonfiction Melody Moezzi

Wilmington: Shuttle your way toward new sculptures in Wilmington

Wilmington: HUNDREDS FLOCK TO THUNDER IN THE THEATER

Winston-Salem: Potter finds challenges, rewards in copper raku style

Yanceyville: The History of the Old Caswell Theatre Building

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