The emotional encounter with the world is the genesis of the work in this exhibition by Greensboro, NC photographers Falcon and JD Milazzo. Printed on a special Japanese handmade photo paper and other papers specific to The House of NyghtFalcon, these powerful images of abandoned objects in our landscape allow you to see the world through their amazing lens. Visually impaired with regards to color perception, Falcon experiences his surroundings in a completely different way – and after seeing this exhibit, you may too.
This exhibit will be open to visitors in the Great Hall from 8 AM – 6 PM, Monday – Saturday, noon – 6 PM Sunday. Masks are required in the building. Please observe proper social distancing while enjoying this exhibit.
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 are currently open by appointment only due to COVID-19, with the exception of the Wistful Displacement exhibit (see event calendar for details). [Photo courtesy of Kia Smith]
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NEXT EXHIBIT January 13th – March 31st: Durham School of the Arts, Selected Works
This exhibition is a showcase into the world of teaching and learning visual arts during a pandemic. Students at Durham School of the Arts have been participating in distance learning since March 2020. Nonetheless, these students have worked tirelessly to create and be creative in this new learning environment. This show features students in grades 6-12. To learn more about DSA, the visual arts program and faculty, please visit: dsavisualarts.weebly.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.
At this time, all of our artists’ studios are full.
Please contact Tiffany Coley for more information about our monthly pop-up studio program at: email@example.com
Please contact our general questions liaison, Taylor Nuccitelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.