Thank you to our juror, Marshall Price, Ph. D., Nancy Hanks Curator of Modern and Contemporary art at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, for selecting a very dynamic body of work for this exhibition.
Congratulations to the following artists who have been selected out of the 191 submissions:
Pixel and Grain: Regional Photography Exhibition is the Durham Art Guild's final themed group show of 2014 that will highlight the exploration of the photographic medium through the lenses of regional artists. Area artists are invited to submit up to 2 photographic works of art for consideration.
The Durham Art Guild is excited to announce a new Artist-In-Residency Program. The program will provide professional studio space at Golden Belt Artist Studios, a stipend, regular support from and access to DAG’s professional resources and networks, and an exhibition in Room 100 Gallery at Golden Belt for the two selected artists.
Face-to-Face: Human Observation, Expression and Interaction is Durham Art Guild's first themed group show of 2014. In a digital and social media era it is easy to stay in touch but also easy to lose sight of the importance of what we learn when looking in someone’s eyes and interacting face-to-face. What have you seen and observed in your portrait work or have you ever captured a candid moment that opened a window into someone else’s world?
Sweet Arts is THE major annual fundraiser for the Durham Art Guild and a big part of how DAG is able to connect artists to the community and our community to the arts. Please attend or donate to this wonderful event!
Join us for a fantastic evening of
art, fundraising, sparkle, glitz and Guilded bliss!