About the Triangle Community Artists Gallery partnership:
The Durham Art Guild and Triangle Community Foundation are excited to continue a partnership that brings a local, curated art gallery to the Foundation’s offices currently located in the American Tobacco campus.
The Research Triangle Foundation (“RTF”) has partnered with Triangle ArtWorks on the first annual RTP Employee Art Exhibition. The show will be held at The Frontier, from February 11 to March 11, 2016 and will showcase art created by employees across Research Triangle Park. In an effort to elevate the show, they will have Dr. Larry Wheeler, Director of the North Carolina Museum of Art, serving as the sole juror. There will also be cash prizes awarded to top entries.
Help us continue to inspire, challenge, motivate and celebrate students and professional artists in Durham by sponsoring the 2016 Creative Mentorship Program!
The Creative Mentorship Program empowers students to discover and develop their creative voices and artistic skills through 20 weeks of dedicated work with a professional artist at Golden Belt Artist Studios, involvement with the local arts community through monthly field trips and workshops, and a month-long exhibition in Golden Belt’s Room 100 Gallery.
Many thanks to all of the artists who shared their artworks and passions with the Durham Art Guild and with our Juror, Alice Gray Stites, Museum Director and Chief Curator of 21c Museum Hotels.
We had 208 artists submit work to this exhibition which is nearly a 10% increase from last year's submissions. There was a phenomenal pool of work this year again for our juror to choose from. After a week of deliberation, Alice Gray Stites has made her final selections.
Thanks so much to all of the applicants for sharing their work with DAG and Castalia and Meadowmont. The Castlalia Management and Tenant Selection Team has reviewed the 16 applications and have made their selections for the 2015-2016 cycles. Congratulations to the following artists: