Arts News: Tuesday / September 12, 2017


Daily Arts News from North & South Carolina / Gathered by Arts Friendly

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Belmont: Performers announced for upcoming Arts at the Abbey season

Black Mountain: The ‘beauty of bats’ flies in and out of the Arts Center

Charleston: Brave Baby, Benny Starr, and more to play Charleston Arts Festival finale

Charleston: Tracy Gansrow explores innocence, light in latest exhibit

Charleston: The past struggles, current season and future plans of Pure Theatre

Charlotte: Charlotte Art League Is Being Forced out of South End, and Only the Neighborhood Stands to Lose

Charlotte: In ‘Eat the Runt,’ the Audience Picks the Players

Columbia: Matisse like you’ve probably never seen him is coming to the Columbia Museum of Art

Durham: Headed to City Hall in Durham? Take a look at ‘The Fence.’

Greensboro: National Folk Festival returns to Greensboro this weekend

Greensboro: Greensboro eyes the future after this year’s National Folk Festival


Greenville, SC: Allan and Suzanne McCalla celebrate a quarter-century at Greenville Little Theatre

Greenville, SC: BWW Interview: Guerrilla Shakespeare Theatre’s Crystal Stewart talks Romeo & Juliet

Hickory: ‘The Foreigner’ features experienced local actors

Mount Airy: Surry Arts hands out grants

New Bern: New exhibits abound for Friday’s monthly ArtWalk self-guided tours in New Bern

Raleigh: Despite the Implosion of Miss Lulu Bett, the Women’s Theatre Festival Made Major Gains in Year Two

Raleigh: Durham and Asheville have roles in dystopian novel with murderous plot and deadly ticks

Salisbury:  Salisbury Symphony partners with East Spencer on violin instruction

Wilmington: Taking Chances – Casual interest bloomed a passionate profession for local artist Mark Weber

Winston-Salem: Bookmarks Festival kicks off today; lineup includes more than 45 authors


Yes, It Can Be Done: A Philanthropist on Transforming Rural Communities Through the Arts

Arts: Individual support needed to replace cuts in government, corporate giving


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