Artists Lisa Stinson and Tim Turner combine strengths in this two-person show. Stinson is exhibiting selections from several bodies of work, including illustrative pieces from her “Time Marking,” “Arabesque,” and “Textere” series. Hung as wall pieces, these works complement a collection of Turner’s functional pottery. Both artists prefer unassuming forms on which to work surface inflections and layer painterly glazes. Both often choose treatments that convey a sense of inner luminosity emerging through strata. A multi-part installation from the “Textere Series” – collaborative work by Stinson and her husband, glass artist Ken Carder (above) – seems almost a three-dimensional extraction of the intuitive, gestural linear decorations found throughout the show.
Pottery by Garry Childs, Photography by Eric Saunders and paintings by Pat Merriman. Opening reception during Hillsborough’s Last Friday Art Walk, May 25th 6-9pm. Founded in 2006, the Hillsborough Gallery of Arts is owned & operated by 22 artists and features painting, sculpture, photography, glass art, jewelry, wood, pottery, fiber art and textile art. 121 N. Churton Street, Hillsborough NC, 919-732-5001. Hours: 10-6 Mon–Th, 10-9 Fri & Sat, 12-4 Sun. HillsboroughGallery.com
The 2017 Triple-A National Champions take the field at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Their whopping 70-game season kicks off April 5 against the Charlotte Knights and continues through Labor Day. Celebrate opening day with some post- game fireworks (the first of 22 fireworks shows this season), and mark your calendars for the home Father’s Day game June 17 and Bark in the Park games April 11, May 16, June 13, July 25 and August 22.
This one-of-a-kid, multi-day photography Summer Camp is part of a Summer-long camp series where students will attend 3 to 4 day photography camps in downtown Durham, NC.
Campers will learn how to use their cameras, make friends, create real-world photo projects and learn from a real photographer who has been teaching teenagers for over ten years!
Through-out the Summer there will be Basic Photography Summer Camps for Teens, Advanced Photography Summer Camps for Teens, YouTube Creator Camps for Teens and a Photography Summer Camp for Kids!
Pleiades Arts is excited to partner with artist UNITED in “The Walls We Build,” a Triangle-wide exhibition of art and programming that examines the literal and metaphorical walls we build in our communities and how we can break down the many kinds of barriers that divide us from one another.
The exhibition focus at Pleiades will feature guest artists with a range of special needs and disabilities as well as Pleiades member artists. We also will have gallery programming addressing issues of accessibility, mental health, and other topics.
Guest artists include King N. Godwin, Jamie Robertson, Eduardo Lapetina, Jeffrey Newell, Jennifer Markowitz, and John “Wiley” Johnson, Jr.
We will have a Third Friday reception and artist talk on Friday, June 15th from 6-9 pm. The reception is free and open to the public.
Pleiades Arts, Inc. is an artist-driven, community-oriented nonprofit organization in Durham, NC. Our mission is threefold: Community Engagement and Access to Art, Arts Education and Innovation, and Social Justice Initiatives.
This course trains process technicians for careers in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and chemical manufacturing. It offers job- seeking essentials and hands-on activities to simulate a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility (FESTO) while covering the core concepts of manufacturing and the fundamentals of science needed to provide marketable skills in the biotechnology field. (Qualifies for Financial Assistance)
– Must be at least 18 years old.
– Must have a high school diploma /GED and demonstrate appropriate reading level and math level
– Provide a copy of a transcript of any completed Associate’s degree or higher(see website)
62565 W Th 1 day/wk 5/16-9/19 8:30am-5:30pm Deadline to Apply: May 9
62242 MWF 6/22-9/21 9am-1pm Deadline to Apply: June 15
62240 Sat 7/14-11/17 8:30am-5:30pm Deadline to Apply: July 7
62243 Tues Thurs 8/02-12/13 6pm-10pm Deadline to Apply July 26
Memo from the desk of Curator, Kerry Crocker:
Please join me in June for “Loud Color Luminous Sound”, an exhibit of interactive, colorful, noise-making skulpturs and assemblages which were rescued from imminent demise in the parallel timeline which we designate as Timethread “B”. Until recently these artwerks had been misplaced in storage since the time they were transported to my timethread, in late 1971. The artist signed these werks using the name “Parasol”. For the exhibit of these artefakts we will attribute the pieces to Parasol “B”. The artist states through the werk, clearly, that art should be touched, interacted with, played with, to be fully experienced.
Come visit to experience these werks and learn more about their history.
Presented by the TimeScience Alliance, Office of Artefakts
Open Thu-Sun 11am-5pm
Friday, June 15, 6-9pm: Third Friday Durham Reception featuring HsawAknow beer by Bull City Burger & Brewery
Friday, June 22, 8-10pm: Live electronic music featuring Tescon Pol and Sunset Palette.
Sunday, June 24, 2-5pm: Curator’s tours + Workshop with NCSU Libraries: Make a light-up pin and learn some basic electronics. Free. All ages.
“Don’t Dress for Dinner” (Comedy), by Marc Camoletti.
Bernard is planning a romantic weekend with his mistress in his charming converted French farmhouse, while his wife, Jacqueline, is away. He has arranged for a Cordon Bleu cook to prepare gourmet delights and has invited his best friend, Robert, along to provide the alibi. It’s foolproof. What could possibly go wrong? Well… Suppose Robert turns up, not realizing quite why he has been invited. Suppose Robert and Jacqueline are secret lovers and consequently determined that Jacqueline will not leave for the weekend. Suppose the cook must pretend to be the mistress, and the mistress is unable to cook. Suppose everyone’s alibi is confused with everyone else’s. An evening of hilarious confusion ensues as Bernard and Robert improvise at breakneck speed.
Co-presented by ADF and the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.
Nicole Wolcott, a Brooklyn based artist called ,“One of today’s finest dance comedians and a knockout dancer,” by The New York Times, and ADF alumni Larry Keigwin, a native New Yorker and choreographer who has danced his way from the Metropolitan Opera to downtown clubs to Broadway and back, present their latest work “Places Please!,” a zany trip backstage in the final moments before the curtain goes up. The audience becomes privy to the anxiety and playfulness of life behind the scenes in this anticipation-fueled program that celebrates and extends the creative relationship that served as KEIGWIN + COMPANY’s foundation during its burgeoning years. Set as a dreamscape sonic collage, the evening attempts to capture the parallel and intersecting paths of a dynamic creative process and relationship.
Hillside Class of 2008 will be celebrating their 10 year class reunion by throwing a 90’s themed project Grad event. Come out and rock your best 90’s gear!
ADF will highlight the significant talent that has come out of its school programs with a first-ever ADF Alumni Concert. Five choreographers, from a field of over 130 entries, were selected by an all ADF alumni panel (Elaine Bayless, Krystal Butler, Li Chiao-Ping, Kim Cullen, Mark Dendy, Larry Keigwin, Nicholas Leichter, Johnnie Mercer, Sherone Price, and Elena Slobodchikova) to participate in this historic program. Burr Johnson (ADF student 2006-2009), Raja Feather Kelly (ADF student 2008), Julio Medina (ADF student 2011), Chafin Seymour (ADF student 2010), and Alex Springer (ADF student 2003) and Xan Burley will present an exciting evening of original works.
Memo from the desk of Curator, Kerry Crocker:
As a part of the Loud Color Luminous Sound exhibit, please join me and NCSU Libraries for a workshop where you can learn some basic creative electronics and make a light-up pin…. using LEDs and conductive tape. No skills necessary. No pre-registration required. Drop in for about 30 minutes any time between 2pm and 5pm to make your pin. Workshop will be led by Adam Rogers of the NCSU Libraries Makerspace.
All supplies will be generously provided by NCSU Libraries so that you can make your light-up pin for free!
Everyone of all ages is encouraged to come make a light-up pin. The near future of fashion accessories is LED lights.
During this time I will also provide tours of the exhibit.
Presented by the TimeScience Alliance, Office of Artefakts and NCSU Libraries
FREE to everyone.
Get an overview of the project here: https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/paper-circuit-pin
Both Orquesta GarDel and Living Arts Collective are thrilled to announce an exciting collaboration for 2018 – GarDel is the salsa-band-in-residence at LAC. Every fourth Sunday we will perform in this intimate, inviting dance studio. All are welcome – social salsa dancers, dancers of all backgrounds and skills, people who just want to chill and groove to the Latin rhythms.
This is a social artistic experiment – GarDel will use the residency to take chances, try new arrangements, workshop original songs in progress and ask for feedback. Overtime, the LAC community will co-locate dance lessons, painters, artisans from many disciplines.
Doors open: 3:00pm
Live Music: 3:30pm-5:30pm
*FREE salsa dance class by Aubrey Griffith-Zill
Admission – pay what you can to support the artists, suggested $7 to $25.
Students will learn about a range of biomedical STEM topics during this one week long camp. Topics explored are Regenerative Medicine, Biomedical Imaging, NeuroEngineering, and Biomechanics. Students will also have a engineering design studio where they will design and build their own prosthetic prototype. Throughout the week various career paths in biomedical STEM are highlighted. Camps are M-F from 9am-3pm. The camp will be run twice in 2018, on June 18th-22nd and June 25th- 29th. Open to rising 6th-8th grades.
Code for Durham is turning 5! Join us at Ponysaurus on June 26 as we celebrate half a decade of civic tech projects including School Navigator, Food Inspector, Budget Visualization and Adopt-A-Drain. We’ll also preview our projects in the pipeline: Drivers License Reinstatement, Are We Represented?, and Affordable Housing.
In addition to coders, we welcome subject experts, policy nerds, Spanish translators, storytellers, data analysts, project managers and anyone simply looking to make an impact on a local level. Come to socialize or work on a project – how you celebrate is up to you. We look forward to hanging out with you on June 26.