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Showcasing the Next Generation of Artists

BY KYLE MARIE McMAHON | PHOTOS COURTESY OF KYLE MARIE McMAHON No matter where their art journey takes them, young artists deserve to be uplifted and supported. And The Fine.

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The Justice Theater Project’s Blank: A Unique Performance. Literally.

BY ELIZABETH BRIGNAC I interviewed Matara Hitchcock, Justice Theater Project’s executive producer, about their current production, Blank, on Monday, May 13. The show had been described as “a script riddled with blanks.

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Kaleidoscope: Paul Hrusovsky

Artistic Technique in “Sails” BY CHARLOTTE RUSSELL For Chapel Hill–based painter Paul Hrusovsky, each new work poses a fresh challenge. Laying out the composition in his mind, he intuitively applies.

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Artist Patrick Dougherty Brings Sticks to Life

INTERTWINING INSTINCTS BY KRISTEN SCHRUM “I always thought I’d build a log cabin,” says renowned international sculptor Patrick Dougherty, who pieces together tree saplings to create whimsical shapes that appear as.

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Kaleidoscope: A Triple Threat of Artists

BY CHARLOTTE RUSSELL Clarence Heyward, William Paul Thomas and Charles Edward Williams are three artists at the forefront of a new generation of Black painters. They are featured in “Triple.

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Kaleidoscope: Heather Eck

Connecting with Color BY CHARLOTTE RUSSELL In her Holly Springs studio, artist Heather Eck starts her spiritual art practice by meditating with essential oils, sage, journaling and prayer. Feeling and.

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The World of Competitive Irish Dance

BY MANDY HOWARD When Alyssa Andersen of Wake Forest was 7 years old, she saw an Irish dance performance at a school talent show. From the dresses to the beautifully.

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State of the Arts in Public Schools

BY JANICE LEWINE Arts education is essential for student success. Nationwide studies show that exposure to the arts 
not only supports development of cognitive, social-emotional and multisensory skills, but also.

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Cary Arts Center

For more than 80 years, the building that now accommodates the Cary Arts Center has starred as a visual centerpiece in Cary, rising prominently over the end of Academy Street.

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