Alamance Artisans Guild is a North Carolina guild formed to

  • Nurture the production of fine arts and fine crafts
  • Increase the awareness of handmade objects
  • Facilitate networking among artisans
  • Develop marketing venues for members

We meet at 7:00 pm on the third Tuesday of every month in the Small Dining Room of the Holy Comforter Church, 320 East Davis Street in Burlington. Guests are welcome!

Membership is open to artisans of any medium who are at least 16 years of age.

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The Alamance Photography Club is an organization that provides a vehicle to improve its members' photographic skills, their technical knowledge and generally promote public interest in the art of photography. The club meets on the third Monday of each month at 7 pm in the Gathering Room of the Boland Community Building at Twin Lakes, 3701 Wade Coble Drive, Burlington, North Carolina. Members and guests can arrive at 6:30 pm for social interaction.

Interested parties can contact Carole Barnard, Alamance Photography Club, membership chair at (336) 270-3194 or email at Please visit our website at: .



The Burlington Artists League’s (BAL) purpose is to promote area artists and the art spirit in the area. A permanent gallery at Holly Hill Mall and exhibiting arrangements with area businesses allow artists to exhibit their art. The BAL does not jury art, thereby encouraging the beginning as well as the professional artist.

The BAL’s year starts July 1 and membership dues are $25. Member’s art is included in the BAL website with links to personal websites. Monthly meetings, newsletters and emails keep the artist informed of art events. Workshops, community events and three annual art competitions are sponsored, and fees are reduced for BAL members compared to fees for non-members.

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Elon University
art dept

Elon University's Art and Art History Department is committed to scholarly pursuit and creative expression. Our students and faculty thrive in the rich intellectual community of our Studio Art, Art History and Fine Art disciplines. Each discipline studies art, art history or the interdisciplinary arts with its own focus, yet shares the passion to advance critical viewing, thinking and communicating  skills in out students. Together, we set out to understand art in its many contexts.

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