Paintings, ceramics and prints by student artists will be sold at The Meantime Coffee Co.'s first annual student art sale on Friday.
Mix Tape Grab Bag, a self-proclaimed "Top 40 party band," will be back at The Station on Valentine's Day with a show for people of all relationship statuses.
“I think supporting local art is important because it brings people together in the community."
“It’s very important for everyone to hear that history from the source and to get an understanding from people who lived it as opposed to someone else’s interpretation or someone else’s perception of what that history means."
On Sept. 27 to 29, the Art of Cool Festival will bring performances from a variety of performers to Durham, including hip-hop legend Run-DMC. Other genres of music such as jazz, neo-soul and R&B will also make an appearance.
"Marcelle has, I believe, close to 50 years of experience as an artist, and she's explored a number of directions,” said Pachnowski's publicist, Corbie Hill. “I've seen a lot of her work.”
Photographer Pableaux Johnson will be honored at a reception for celebrating culture through his New Orleans Second Line Parade photographs.
"I think supporting local comedy is great. We think all of our stand-up shows are usually a lot of fun because it’s like a party.”
The American Indian Center welcomes a new school year and a new class of students with a celebration of American Indian culture.