213 S. Main St, Graham, NC
60th visual arts competition for young people
Thursday, March 22 – Friday, may 4, 2018
Awards Reception: thursday, march 22, 7:00 p.m. hosted by Impact Alamance.
This juried competition is open to all public, charter, church-sponsored, private and home-school students from grades 7th through 12th. There are entries in eighteen different categories of media.
First, Second, Third place and Honorable Mention entries will be recognized with Certificates of Merit and ribbons at the Awards reception on March 22th at 7:00 pm.
Digital art exhibition by elon university art students
Thursday, April 19 - wednesday, may 2, 2018
This exhibition showcases the artworks created by Elon University Art students currently enrolled in Advanced Projects in the Altered Image course. Students in this class are expected to develop a body of artwork(s) around a central theme or concept that they each propose.
A variety of themes have been explored in this work including: popular culture, beauty, fashion, and identity. The types of works in this exhibition include: collages, digital paintings, sculptures, and photography.
Featuring artworks by: Emily Barger, Caroline Brehman, Ali Broadbridge, Natalie Brown, Emily Genzer, Erin Mena, Eliza Mosbarger.
An opening reception will be held, Tuesday, May 1, 6:00 – 7:30 pm in the SunTrust Gallery of Alamance Arts. The public is invited to attend.
128 East Front Street, Burlington, NC
The burlington school
april 19 - may 29, 2018
Now on exhibit at the Paramount Theater is student artwork of The Burlington School as instructed by Mrs. Fredda Payne, Lower school and Rodney Moser, Middle and High school, April 19 – May 29, 2018.
The student exhibit will coincide with The Burlington School Spring Musical: LION KING Jr. Show dates are May 11 – 13, 2018.
Artwork may be viewed from noon until 3:00pm, Monday through Saturday and prior to all Paramount Theater events and productions.
Mebane Arts and Community Center
633 Corregidor Street, Mebane, NC
"Soaring," Mixed Media Collage by Annette Bartlett-Golden
friday, march 9 - monday, may 7, 2018
Inspired at age three to pick up a brush and paint in oils (on her grandfather’s painting for a client), Bartlett-Golden did not begin formal instruction in oil painting until age seventeen, when she enrolled in a class at the Fayetteville Museum of Art in North Carolina. Until that time, she experimented with a children’s set of Crayola watercolors, painting greeting cards for her family and thus developing an affection for the often tricky and frustrating medium of watercolor.
Born in Cape Girardeau, a small college town on the Missouri side of the Mississippi River, and then moving to North Carolina as a child, Bartlett-Golden studied art/art education, concentrating in oil painting, at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, graduating with a B.F.A. She has been an artist and teacher for over 20 years and has lived in Greensboro since college.
Click HERE to visit the artist's website.
The Mebane Arts and Community Center is open Mon-Fri 9 am - 5 pm
To purchase artwork from the Paramount Theater or the Mebane Arts and Community Center,
please call Alamance Arts at 336-226-4495 and we will gladly assist you.
For information on exhibiting in our galleries, please contact
Teresa Chandler, Visual Arts Director at email@example.com.