This exhibition is study on artistic practices during a pandemic.
The theme of ReAwakening is relevant in both the context of COVID-19 and the history of systemic racism that is and has been tearing at the very seams of our society. It is critically important that whatever shape our society takes post-COVID, it is one where our American society actually fulfills the promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all people.
The Great Hall will be open to the public for socially distanced visits on Thursday and Friday from 6-9 PM, and on Saturdays and Sundays from noon-6 PM, and can accomodate up to 14 gallery visitors at a time. Gallery full? You are welcome to stop into Two Roosters Ice Cream on the Plaza for a cold cone or into HiWire Brewing for a cold beverage.
A virtual gallery tour is also available here.
[Artist’s work courtesy of James Keul]
The Durham Art Guild is a nonprofit member-driven visual arts organization established in 1948. DAG’s mission is to enrich and connect our communities by creating opportunities and providing leadership for current and future visual artists and art enthusiasts. The Guild has maintained a presence and partnership at Golden Belt Campus since 2011. Their current space showcases monthly exhibitions by local artists, as well as two studios for their Artist in Residence and Creative Mentorship Programs. Photo shown is from Gymenii’s exhibit in December, 2018 (photo courtesy of Kia Smith).
The gallery is open to visitors by appointment only at this time.
For more information please visit durhamartguild.org or to schedule an appointment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The heart and soul of the Golden Belt arts program, the Warehouse Studios are home to 25 individual studio artists as well as the Golden Belt Warehouse Artists gallery. The place to be on Third Fridays, these studios are home to a wide variety of styles and mediums, including paint, jewelry, fashion design, photography, and digital arts. The studios can be visited Monday-Saturday from 10 AM – 6 PM, and on Sundays from 12 PM – 5 PM. [Photo courtesy of Kia Smith]
Scroll down to learn more about the Warehouse Artists.
NEXT EXHIBIT June 8th – August 31st: Robert Liberatore, Selected Works
Robert Liberatore is a travel and adventure lifestyle photographer and cinematographer based out of Golden Belt Campus in Durham, North Carolina. This exhibit is the culmination of Robert’s growth as both an artist and an explorer, showcasing pieces from 2 separate trips to New Zealand, a 5 month journey around the world, and multiple climbing adventures across America.
The works are available for purchase. For more information on Robert and this this exhibit, please email Robert@Libtography.com or contact +1 (919) 666 – 7040. To view the rest of Robert’s digital portfolio, visit www.Libtography.com.
Please hover over and click the thumbnails of the images below to find out more about our world class group of fine artists currently working in the Golden Belt Warehouse Studios.
Third Fridays in Durham are an institution – and the newly launched Golden Belt Warehouse studios and galleries are the main attraction. Meet and discuss art with the artists themselves. If you love it, buy it – and help our professional artists continue to make Durham a legitimate and noteworthy fine arts location.