Arts News: Friday / May 12

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Arts News from North & South Carolina

Charleston: The Gibbes displays centuries-old illustrations by an English naturalist

Charleston: William Dunlap explores the nature of man in his art and writing

Charlotte: Corey Mitchell Fine-tunes a Kook’s Southern Drawl

Charlotte: 48 Hour Film Project Producers Aim To Put Charlotte on the Map

Columbia: Approaching a Big Anniversary, Workshop Theatre Maintains Its Ethos

Columbia: Sculptor Jocelyn Chateauvert’s Finds Unlikely Inspiration in Papermaking Manipulations

Columbia: Bishopville’s Elaborate, Idiosyncratic Topiary Garden Is the Vision of Pearl Fryar

Durham: Walltown Children’s Theatre enters new stage

Greensboro: BELOVED BOOKSTORE’S FINAL CHAPTER

Greenville, SC: What would Greenville look like without grants for the arts?

Hendersonville: Playhouse supporters celebrate old and the new

Raleigh: Conner Calhoun’s revival of Medieval Decorative Arts

Raleigh: Snapshots from the First Friday Art Walk in Raleigh

Raleigh: Female Veterans of the Vietnam War Speak for Themselves in A Piece of My Heart

Raleigh:  Raleigh Artist David McConnell’s Infinity Hundred Is a Biodiverse Alternative to Big Agriculture

Wilmington: Dinner theater review: ‘Cemetery Club’ serves up good comedy, tasty nosh

Wilmington: Wilmington artist Nathan Verwey embeds the influence of graffiti into his new show at Flytrap Brewing

Wilmington: Thalian Hall lures audiences to its ‘Deathtrap’

Wilmington: StarNews to launch online music series