DAILY: Point & Counterpoint: NC Arts Council Fellows 2014-2015

Looking for an art adventure this weekend? Visit the Southeaster Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston Salem on Saturday, October 3 from 6-9 pm for a reception and performances. Their latest exhibition, Point & Counterpoint features the recipients of the North Carolina Arts Council 2014-2015 Fellowship. The lineup (below) includes ten visual artists, four craft artists, two film/video artists, and two choreographers. As we mentioned previously, the NCAC Fellowship is arguably the most important and prestigious award for an artist in our State, so this is an excellent opportunity to see the best of the best all in one place. See the full list of programs here.

Featured artists:
Maready Evergreen, drawing/printmaking, Durham
Kiki Farish, drawing, Raleigh
Dustin Farnsworth, sculpture, Penland
Heather Gordon, painting, Durham
Harrison Haynes, installation/multimedia, Durham
Stacey Kirby, performance art, Durham
Peter Oakley, sculpture, Banner Elk
Bob Ray, painting, Ocracoke
Damian Stamer, painting, Hillsborough
Aaron Wilcox, sculpture, Wilmington
David Chatt, fiber, Penland
Jeana Eve Klein, fiber, Greensboro
Richard Prisco, wood, Boone
Thomas Shields, wood, Penland
Joshua Gibson, documentary film, Durham
Elisabeth Haviland James, documentary film, Durham
Sara Baird, modern dance, Asheville
Cara Hagan, modern dance, Boone

Damian Stamer, "South Lowell 41," oil on panel

Damian Stamer, “South Lowell 41,” oil on panel


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