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CALL FOR ARTISTS: Creative Mentors for 2018 Creative Mentorship Program

 
2018 CREATIVE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
Inspire the next generation of creative thinkers, makers and leaders!
 

Call for 2018 Creative Mentors

Rubber Creatures From Outer Space - Room 100 Gallery

The Durham Art Guild presents "Rubber Creatures From Outer Space" featuring wearable art created from recycled inner tubes by Tom Buhrman.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: 2017 Art-A-Thon

2017 ART-A-THON

The Durham Art Guild will be hosting another exciting 11 hour Art-A-Thon this year in SunTrust Gallery during the Durham Arts Council's Holiday Market Art Walk

November 18th from 10am-5pm
November 19th from 1-5pm

Legal Aspects of Art: Estate Planning for Artists and Collectors and Copyright Law

If you're an artist and/or art collector interested in learning more about Intellectual Property and Estate Planning, this event is for you! Join us for a night of legal insight from Attorneys Mavis Gragg and Vedia Jones-Richardson as they present on copyright law and managing an artist's estate.

Your Own Worst Enemy: Overcoming Anxiety in Selling Art (Sep. 10th workshop)

If you're an artist who loves selling your work - but hates asking for money - you are not alone! Most artists and other entrepreneurs get butterflies when it comes to actually putting a price on their work and asking to be paid.

Stars Come Up Spinning, Bewildered In Love... - Room 100 Gallery

The Durham Art Guild presents "Stars Come Up Spinning, Bewildered In Love..." featuring new installation work by DAG member artist Virginia Tyler. The works in this exhibition were created in collaboration with Joseph Agyemang, Paul Amponsah, and the Metal Casters of Krofofrom as part of Ms. Tylers studies and travels in Ghana, West Africa.

63rd Annual Juried Exhibition - SunTrust Gallery

The Durham Art Guild presents the 63rd Annual Juried Exhibition featuring a diverse mix of 85 works of art created by 73 regional artists in SunTrust Gallery.

This year's exhibition artwork was juried and selected by Alexys J. Taylor, Collections and Exhibitions Manager at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture in Charlotte, NC.

This is the Guild's largest and most impressive exhibition of the year and it will be on view in SunTrust Gallery August 18 - October 14, 2017.

What Difference Does It Make? - Room 100 Gallery

The Durham Art Guild presents "What Difference Does It Make" featuring new paintings and sculptures by DAG member artist Pierce Boshelly.

Artists and Artworks Announced: DAG's 63rd Annual Juried Exhibition

We are so pleased with the amazing response we had to the Durham Art Guild's Annual Juried Exhibition this year. We had a record number of applications and a 45% increase in submissions compared to 2016.  Thank you to all of the amazing artists who shared their work with DAG and our juror, Alexys J. Taylor, Collections and Exhibitions Manager at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture in Charlotte, NC.

CALL FO ART: 63rd Annual Juried Exhibition

JUROR
Alexys Taylor, Collections and Exhibitions Manager at the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture in Charlotte, NC.
 
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