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Nov
7
Tue
An Uncommon Retrospective: Photographs by Hugh Morton @ Cape Fear Museum
Nov 7 2017 – Sep 1 2018 all-day

Cape Fear Museum in Wilmington, NC, presents An Uncommon Retrospective: Photographs by Hugh Morton. The Port City native displays images from his experiences as a soldier in the Pacific Theater during World War II as well as landscapes, striking portraits, his unpublished photographs and more. HOURS: Tuesday tthrough Saturday, 9am to  5pm; Sunday, 1-5pm.

May
23
Wed
Arts Day – North Carolina’s Annual Conference of Art & Action @ 05/23/20189 -Stewart Theatre at Talley Student Union on the NC State Campus 05/24/2018 - General Assembly Legislative Complex
May 23 – May 24 all-day
Arts Day - North Carolina’s Annual Conference of Art & Action @ 05/23/20189 -Stewart Theatre at Talley Student Union on the NC State Campus 05/24/2018 - General Assembly Legislative Complex

ARTS Day is more than a collection of speakers and meetings with lawmakers, it is the annual culmination of a movement. The mission of Arts NC is to unite people and communities to strengthen and celebrate a creative North Carolina, an idea that is embodied in our annual two-day conference.

The first day is a gathering of artists and arts leaders from across the state, to be both informed and inspired as we convene as peers and prepare for action. The second day sees 400+ advocates meeting with their elected representatives at the NC General Assembly in Raleigh to deliver a message in support of the arts that is simple, inclusive, and positive.

The ARTS Day committee is already coordinating the logistics and curating a program that will be sure to foster fellowship, inform innovation, and inspire action. ARTS Day is an experience that embodies leadership, expression, and empowerment for the advocates who attend, as well as the legislator with whom we speak.