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Tue., Apr. 13, 2021 ( Fri., Dec. 18, 2020 - Wed., Jun. 30, 2021 )

Blowing Rock Art and History Museum: Leap Then Look Digital Exhibition

This digital exhibition brings together images and texts from Leap Then Look’s BMCM+AC Active Archive Digital Residency. Leap Then Look is a collaboration between British artists Lucy Cran and Bill Leslie. Together the duo creates artworks, participatory projects, workshops, and events for people of all ages and abilities.... Read More

Online. , https://bit.ly/2Iwoyku
Free, donations accepted

Raleigh -- Tue., Apr. 13, 2021 ( Sun., Nov. 1, 2020 - Sun., Jul. 18, 2021 )

Gregg Museum of Art & Design: A Thousand Throws

Performed by Daniel Johnston

After studying under such masters as J.B. Cole and Mark Hewitt, Daniel Johnston traveled from his home in Randolph County, NC to England and Thailand, studying techniques such as large vessel making and working among master potters and long held traditions. As he explored his skills and mastery of the craft of pottery, he also... Read More
Exhibition on view from November 2020 to July 18, 2021.

Gregg Museum of Art & Design. -- All exhibitions are free and open to the public. The Gregg Museum is currently open on a reduced schedule due to the pandemic. Reservations for timed entry are required. Please visit Gregg.arts.ncsu.edu for ticket information and registration, hours, directions, and announcements regarding openings, programs and other events. , http://Gregg.arts.ncsu.edu
Free