By Teri Saylor
From anywhere in downtown Raleigh, pedestrians can follow a series of stickers leading to a grand façade on Martin Street in the historic warehouse district where contemporary art unfolds. Once a dream and now a reality, the new Contemporary Art Museum will bring contemporary art to life and serve as an anchor in Raleigh’s historic Warehouse District. “The city has been very supportive,” said Rosemary Wyche, the museum’s director of development and communications. Wyche believes the museum will be a focal point for a growing arts community and a catalyst for more art venue development. … Read More
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Thanks to the folks over at artsee Magazine, the new statewide bi-monthly magazine for “people who create, support and love art”.
In their newest edition, they highlight Triangle ArtWorks! To read the article, click here: and check out page 46. Or better yet, order a subscription to this great magazine highlighting great visual artists all over the State!
Here’s an excerpt:
“Having a centralized voice for the artistic community within the Triangle Community could only better the area’s quality of life. Ultimately, this is the mission of the newly founded nonprofit, Triangle ArtWorks. Supporting artists and arts groups, the organization hopes to serve as a platform for support in an area with one of the fastest growing populations.”
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