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Art All Around

Opportunity:  Exhibitions for visual artists in all mediums, Alexander County Bethlehem Branch Library.  Shows in 2016, two months each.  Contact Bud Caywood, 828-495-1057, caywoodstudio@charter.net. 
Display:  The Hickory Museum of Art is opening a new off-site gallery space at Atlanta Bread Company, 1756 Catawba Valley Blvd. SE, in Hickory.  www.hickorymuseumofart.org, 828-327-8576.

Opportunity: Art display space available at the Granite Falls History & Transportation Museum; 828-396-2792. 

Welcome to Red Leaf Artist Collective, a new gallery displaying the work of local artists, 24 East First Street, Newton, open Wed. - Sat., www.facebook.com/redleafartistcollective,    828-719-1959.

Exhibition: “Jonathan Brilliant Installation”, April 27 – Sept. 9, 2017, Hickory Museum of Art, www.hickorymuseumofart.org, 828-327-8576.

Opportunity:  The Foothills Folk Art Festival. Oct. 7, is accepting artist applications for its juried event in Newton, www.foothillsfolkartfestival.com/artist-information.  Early registration due June 1, regular registration due Sept. 1.

Opportunity:  Downtown Hickory is looking for artists for the Downtown Hickory Art Crawl,  Sept. 21.  Contact Barbara at blsinclair1@bellsouth.net or Connie at info@downtownhickory.com, 828-322-1121.  Application due Aug. 15.

Exhibition: Kate Worm, an Alexander County Sketchbook”, Aug. 10 – Sept. 28, Bethlehem Branch Library, 828-495-8753.

Exhibition:  Andrew Atkin paintings at Atlanta Bread Company, (1756 Catawba Valley Blvd., Hickory) June 19-Sept. 17.  Reception July 27, 6:30pm.  

Exhibition:  Watercolor Society of North Carolina Juried exhibition with Mary White, Oct. 15 – Nov. 18, Greensboro College, Greensboro, NC.   Includes FCA members Meredith Janssen and Zan Thompson.  



Other Art Places

Taste Full Beans

Hickory Museum of Art

Hiddenite Arts & Heritage Center

Full Circle Arts is an educational organization whose mission is to encourage public appreciation and education for the arts.