Wednesday thru Sunday
The Artery has found itself a summer home as the artists involved with the student-run gallery will finally see their art on display after having to relocate earlier this year. The gallery will be held until August 1.
The Paths I Trace Are the Stories You Tell
UNC alumna Hannah Lamar Simmons has returned to the Chapel Hill area to host her latest work, an installation made of lines of news formed to create a unique circuitry of stories.
LIGHT: Art and Design, 601 E. Rosemary St.
Wednesday thru Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
LIGHT: Art and Design is holding an exhibit featuring former UNC professor Kimowan Metchewais. The Native American artist deals in works ranging from paintings to photography work.
Ackland Art Museum
Gallery and Exhibits (10 a.m. – 8 pm Thursday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. Sunday)
Adding to the Mix I: John Wesley’s Boeing (1982) is the museum’s latest exhibition that focuses on the recently acquired work in Boeing (1982). It is part of an informal series that is set to place recent museum acquisitions within the context of pieces that are already a part of the Ackland’s collection.
The two exhibits focusing on pre-war European and post-war German art are coming to a close at the Ackland on July 11.
“DE-NATURED: German Art from Joseph Beuys to Martin Kippenberger” and “Romantic Dreams | Rude Awakenings: Northern European Prints and Drawings, 1840–1940.” Go in and check these out before they run out.