DAILY: Point & Counterpoint

On Sunday, we visited the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston-Salem, and checked out their current exhibition, Point & Counterpoint.

Kiki Farish

Kiki Farish

Cora Fisher, SECCA’s Curator of Contemporary Art, curated the exhibition featuring eighteen artists – all recipients of the North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship award for 2014-2015 – including ten visual artists, four craft artists, two film/video artists, and two choreographers.

David Chatt

David Chatt


The exhibition is well curated, beautifully installed, and represents some of the best in our State right now. Be sure to check out this exhibition before it closes on January 17, 2016.

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 L. 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
Heather Gordon

Heather Gordon


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