Friday June 7th, 2013
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Cost: $20 for the first child and $10 for each additional child for members; $25 for the first child and $15 for each additional child for non-membersVenue Details »
Artist, Katelyn Keith's BFA senior exhibition is traveling to Benelux Cafe from East Carolina University for the month of May. Her intimate acrylic in canvas and mixed media pieces will be on display inside the City Market location. A public reception will be held on May 3rd as part of downtown Raleigh's First Friday event.Venue Details »
"Spectrum" Local Color Gallery to feature local member's exhibition. Local Color is a Co-Op run gallery of 12 local women artist that work in a variety of mediums.
Reception: First Friday Gallery Walk. Exhibit runs June 6 - 29.
Exhibition Dates: May 3-June 29
Joomi Chung will give a special artist talk at Artspace on First Friday May 3, 5:30pm, where she will discuss her work and her exhibit Surfaces.
Exhibition Dates: May 3 - June 29, 2013
Joomi Chung’s Surfaces is a 30 by 50-foot floor installation made of recycled rubber! She created the shapes by abstracting found images, with a process that begins by tracing images from various sources onto clear acetate rolls and then reworking the two-dimensional shapes into three dimensions. She composes the hundreds of rubber forms onto the ground in an ever-changing installation. Each individual shape is lightweight, and as it accrues in a floor installation, it becomes very heavy. A form of radical mapping, she translates memories into lived experiences or, as the artist puts it, the “topographical landscape of memory.” Chung is interested in the physical relationship of her work with viewers, and in creating a simultaneous visual and physical space, “interpreted as a map and contemplated as a landscape.”
Tammie O. Carter is one of the Carter Buildings many talented artists. For June's First Friday she will offer a 50% off sale on a large selection of pieces in her studio.
June will also mark the unveiling of Tammie's new line of one of a kind, fully hand painted chairs.
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Join us for the perfect fashionista’s night out at Burning Coal Theatre, just on the edge of downtown Raleigh. Local boutiques and young local designers will present this summer’s most fashion-forward silhouettes and designs. The show will be produced for the second time this June by young women in the Raleigh area who are ready to put a stop to this disease.
Cost: $25.00Venue Details »