“Thanks to our generous community, we surpassed our first fundraising goal and have now set a new one,” said The Great Art Heist Event Chairs Bea Basnight and Gail Midgett. “With only a few days left of this special event, we encourage you to bid and help us reach our fundraising goal.”
Dare County Arts is now accepting applications for North Carolina CARES for Arts grants through November 9, 2020. The North Carolina General Assembly designated $9.4 million federal CARES Act funds for arts councils and arts organizations to mitigate business disruptions caused by COVID-19.
International recording artist Mojo Collins and award-winning bluegrass band Nu-Blu will be performing in two Outer Banks Veterans Week events, which will be featured in Dare County Arts Council’s November Courthouse Sessions.
The Artrageous Digital Art Show showcases a variety of media including paintings, dance performances, graphic design, photography, music performances, drawings, and mixed media by over 80 Dare County students of all ages.
Courtyard Project sponsor Southern Bank recently met with members of Dare County Arts Council’s board and staff to mark the beginning of the new art space’s construction. “The Southern Bank Foundation is pleased to be able to assist with Dare County Arts Council’s Courtyard Project,” said Jason Waug
Dare County Arts Council is now seeking entries for the 43rd Frank Stick Memorial Art Show, which will open on Saturday, January 30, 2021. “Although things will be a bit different for the 2021 Frank Stick Memorial Art Show, we are really happy that we are still able to host this special exhibit.
Expressions of the Heart opens to the public January 30th and will be on display for the month of February. The purpose of the exhibit is to create awareness for the Arts Council’s free arts education opportunities available to residents of Eastern North Carolina who have been impacted by cancer.