Art

This broadcast of CoastLine originally aired on August 27, 2014. 

How does art for art’s sake impact a child’s developmentand is there a way to incorporate the arts as a vehicle for teaching other disciplines?  

"Gracious Plenty" for Local Collage Artists

Mar 8, 2015

The Collage Artists of Wilmington (CAW) are having an opening reception for their exhibit "A Gracious Plenty" on Sunday, March 8 from 5:00-7:00 at Caprice Bistro downtown.

Etta Breit and Ruth Brune met at a collage class at the Cameron Art Museum and they are on the CAW steering committee.  They came in to talk about their love of this medium, the upcoming exhibit, and the the interesting second meaning of "CAW." 

In the MC Erny Gallery - Hues of Juxtaposition: Work by Eunkyung Kim Cazier, Randy McNamara and Mio Reynolds.

Closing Fourth Friday Reception: Friday, September 26, 6-9 pm

Regular MC Erny Gallery Viewing Hours: Monday-Friday 10 am - 4pm

This show will close on Friday, October 10. 

About the Artists:

Coming Soon: "Hues of Juxtaposition" with work by Eunkyung Kim Cazier, Randy McNamara and Mio Reynolds.

Opening Final Fourth Friday Reception: Friday, August 29, 6-9 pm

Closing Fourth Friday Reception: Friday, September 26, 6-9 pm

Regular MC Erny Gallery Viewing Hours: Monday-Friday 10 am - 4pm

This show will close on Friday, October 3. 

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This year, artists from all over the world – including Rwanda and Indonesia – will travel to Bald Head Island in November for the 16th annual No Boundaries Art Colony

Fourth Friday Reception: July 26, 6PM - 9PM

Join us on the evening of June 26thh for light refreshments and a delightful look at Maggie Earley’s contemporary picture quilts draping the gallery walls. Constructed with a variety of textiles and embellishments, Earley’s extraordinary fiber arts will surprise and delight.

Barbara Bush, WHQR’s finance manager and resident book-lover, talks with author Karen Bender about her new novel A Town of Empty Rooms.  Karen will be our guest for Prologue Monday at 7 pm in the MC Erny Gallery.

I often have trouble motivating myself to read recent books -- after all, there are thousands of years of world literature out there and I've only made it through the tiniest fraction! But I'll never finish all of the novels ever written, so in 2013, I am going to read at least five brand new works of fiction. I wouldn't quite call it a resolution, since those are destined to fail (and since it's already halfway through January), and because resolution implies some sort of struggle or sacrifice. These are all books I'm eagerly waiting to hit the bookstore and library shelves.