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Natalie Bork: Ripple Viola; Piano; Violin; Cello; various sizes, Mixed Media, price range: $17,000 – $23,000 Ross Gallery: August 14 – October 4, 2017 Artist Lecture: Wednesday, September 20, 5 – 6 p.m. Location: Tate Hall, Central Campus Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 20, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Location: Ross Gallery, Central Campus Natalie Bork’s hollow, […]

WHAT: Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) Galleries will host the first Friends & Family Market to raise funds for educational programming. The Friends & Family Market will contain work by 35 artists who have an affiliation to the gallery. Original works and prints will be sold for $50 or less. Fifty percent of all sales will […]

WHAT: CPCC will host works by abstract artists Andi Steele and Kyle Worthy May 15 through August 7 in its Ross Galleries. Andi Steele Andi Steele, an assistant professor of sculpture at UNC Wilmington, creates site-specific installations involving brightly colored monofilament wire that she strings across spaces. She designed her piece “Burst” around the front window of […]

WHAT: CPCC will host artwork by jewelry artists and metal smiths from North and South Carolina during its upcoming group show, “Jewelry + Metals of the Carolinas.” The exhibition will be held in the college’s Ross Gallery Feb. 6 – March 6 and will include work by seven emerging and established artists, including Eliana Arenas, Claire […]

The CPCC Art Gallery is currently accepting submissions for art exhibition proposals. Individuals may submit paintings, drawings, mixed media, photographs, prints, ceramics, sculpture, furniture, jewelry, or fiber art for display. The deadline for submissions is August 15. The CPCC Art Gallery provides an opportunity for artists to exhibit their paintings, photographs, prints, sculpture, ceramics and […]

You are invited to come and meet the artists from the Salzburg Chamber Soloists on Friday, Jan. 27, at 12:30 p.m. in Tate Recital Hall (Overcash).  The ensemble will perform several selections and will be available to answer questions.  This event is free and and open to the public.