Arts News: Thursday / June 15

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Asheville: BPR names new arts journalist to cover WNC’s creative community

Asheville: Visiting Our Past: Appalachian ballads grew with each singer

Asheville: Radical Barnyard Animals Take to the Stage in Final Show of Asheville Creative Arts’ 5th Milestone Season

Chapel Hill: School mural in Chapel Hill reflects students’ home, culture

Charlotte: WATCH: Charlotte Native Eva Noblezada Performs at Tony Awards

Durham: DPAC And Durham – The Rebirth Of A Southern City

Salisbury: Salisbury Symphony names new executive director

Spruce Pine: Toe River Arts Council opens ‘Inheritance’ exhibition

Wilmington: Cape Fear Film Festival highlights movies made in Wilmington and beyond

Wilmington: Stepping Up For Arts fundraiser has aviation theme

Wilson: Barry Page retiring as Arts Council of Wilson director

Winston-Salem: Arts Putting Winston-Salem On The International Stage

===============

South Carolina: McMaster targets school buses, arts, parks money in first vetoes

===============

Arts News & Profiles Direct to Your Inbox: Subscribe to the Arts Friendly Newsletter

Arts News: Wednesday / June 14

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Charleston: THOM ANDERSON: Encouraging young performers pays off

Durham: Third Friday Art Walk in Durham: What’s on tap for June?

Durham: One more celebratory dance from Baba Chuck

Lincolnton: Exhibit brings together artists from mountains, piedmont

Wilmington: NC struggles to dole out film funding

Wilmington: Communique: The Laramie Project | 12 Actors Play 60+ Roles

Winston-Salem: High Point native co-stars in new TNT comedy-drama ‘Claws’

Winston-Salem: Theatre Alliance’s movie-inspired summer kicks off with ‘Ghost’

Winston-Salem:  Art Briefs

Winston-Salem: Dance will set mood of romance

Winston-Salem: Collaborators make downtown mural lighter, brighter

===============

Arts News & Profiles Direct to Your Inbox: Subscribe to the Arts Friendly Newsletter

 

Arts News: Tuesday / June 13

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Asheville: Asheville area stage productions

Greensboro: UNCG Auditorium fire repairs, cleanup to cost $1.4 million

Wilmington: Local jewelry designer internationally recognized

Wilson: Student’s art featured on N.C. Farm to School calendar

New York Times: How Dance Partners Create Chemistry Onstage

===============

Arts News & Profiles Direct to Your Inbox: Subscribe to the Arts Friendly Newsletter

Arts News: Monday / June 12

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Asheville: LEAF seeking money for downtown arts center; other TDA grant requests

Asheville:  Asheville native Gail Godwin explores loss, change and supernatural visitation in a new novel

Charlotte: 3 Funding Opportunities for Charlotte Artists

Durham:  American Dance Festival Kicks Off 84th Season Next Week

Durham: Empower Dance Studio offering a ‘Durham Renaissance’ this Sunday

Greensboro: Get tickets for High Point Arts Council’s arts award banquet

Greenville, SC: GCCA celebrates the past, looks to the future

Greenville, SC: Clemson grad, professor perform side-by-side in Greenville production of ‘Spring Awakening’

Hendersonville: LOCAL ARTS COUNCIL’S CALL FOR ART DEMONSTRATIONS

Raleigh: TheatreFEST 2017 starts off with ‘Tea with Edie and Fitz’

Wilmington: Communique: “Jesus Christ Superstar” Onstage At Thalian Hall

Winston-Salem: ‘Put on your purple and black; the festival is back!’

Winston-Salem: Editorial: National Black Theatre Festival brings excitement

Winston-Salem: Musical collaborations prepare choristers for life

===============

Arts News & Profiles Direct to Your Inbox: Subscribe to the Arts Friendly Newsletter

Arts News: Sunday / June 11

Your Arts News Roundup from Arts Friendly

Asheville: Asheville Art Museum Names Jason Andrew as Lead Curator of Upcoming Art Survey

Columbia: The ’80s power ballad is not dead. It’s waiting for you at Trustus’ ‘Rock of Ages’

Greensboro: North Carolina’s first woman poet laureate remembered for her work

Kinston: Plans underway to add beauty, art to Kinston streets

Raleigh: Theater Picks: Burning Coal stages ‘The Greeks’ at CAM Raleigh

Wilmington: Lookout Welcomes New Publishing Assistant

Winston-Salem: Retirement gives Kernersville artist more time to draw, paint

===============

Arts News & Profiles Direct to Your Inbox: Subscribe to the Arts Friendly Newsletter