Triangle Cultural Art Gallery Opens in North Raleigh

IMG_5139Jason Franklin wanted to create a gallery that “engaged a community with a cultural narrative” and nest that space in a part of the Triangle that would support it.  So, he opened Triangle Cultural Art Gallery on Litchford Road in Raleigh with a Mission to cultivate and exhibit “art that reflects the Triangle’s diverse cultural heritage and artistic expression. IMG_5137Through the engagement of cultural art awareness and events, we help build our local community.” An NCSU Design School graduate, an artist, a teacher and a designer, Franklin is working to create a space that “includes all types of voices that reflect the diversity of the Triangle – including marginalized voices”.

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In addition to featuring artists in rotating exhibitions, the Gallery has a classroom space that hosts a variety of programming through their Gather and Create workshops.  Visual artists will be able to join the TCA Guild to participate in regular peer critiques.

 

Find out more at their website.  If interested in showing at Triangle Cultural Art Gallery, contact Jason by email or phone.

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