In his first solo show at the Carrack Modern Art, Raleigh native and resident André Leon Gray continues his creative momentum in the Bull City with a sledgehammer called "no polite disguise."
What’s the role artists in communities?
Join the Durham Art Guild for another “Art for Greater Good” panel discussion on Thursday, April 13, 7 to 8:30 p.m. inside the Reed Building at American Tobacco Campus (318 Blackwell St.). The discussion is part of a series of compelling dialogues brought to you by the Durham Art Guild’s Member Services Committee.
Calling all artists and creative thinkers: put your pencils, paintbrushes and imaginations to work telling the story of Saint Agnes Hospital on Saturday, April 8 for Envision Saint Agnes Hospital. The event is a daylong art-making/place-making event on the campus of Saint Augustine’s University.
The Black On Black Project is teaming up with Anchorlight in Raleigh to host a screening "13th," a documentary by filmmaker Ava DuVernay that explores the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are disproportionately filled with African-Americans.
The Black on Black Project presents "Bricks Need Mortar," a William Paul Thomas multimedia project. Contribute to the conversation on social media. Use the hashtag #BricksNeedMortar.