A Collection of Dog Inspired Paintings by Clair Hartmann
Join us on March 28th, 6-9PM in the MC Erny Gallery at WHQR for the Closing Reception - meet the artist, enjoy wine and light refreshments and view "Companions,"featuring a collection of dog portraits and dog inspired paintings from local artist Clair Hartmann.
Beginning as an acoustic duo over a decade ago, Mac & Juice now travel the countryside as a quartet (acoustic and electric), playing original music described as “a broad-spectrum, rock & roll mosaic” with a vast stylistic range. Their latest release, Step Into The Light, is a mélange of genres that runs the gamut – from Stevie Wonder to Merle Haggard, with hook-laden songwriting and elements of bluegrass, jazz and Americana throughout. Every show is a surprise, and this episode of Soup To Nuts Live! will be no different.
Alex Lanier and Eric Miller returned to the friendly confines of WHQR's MC Erny Gallery for another installment of Soup To Nuts Live! on November 7, 2013. It was an exciting, upbeat session featuring one of our region's favorite acoustic duos, L Shape Lot.
The full live recording of this show airs on Friday and Saturday (Nov. 22, 23) at 9pm on WHQR 91.3FM. Don't miss it!
Check out this clip from the show - and listen to the broadcast of STNL! this weekend on WHQR!
Update: Listen to award winning North Carolina author Philip Gerard speak about the Cape Fear River, his writing process, and his adventures writing Down the Wild Cape Fear. The below clip includes Gerard's interesting definition of a river:
Join Ben Steelman of StarNews and WHQR Commentator Philip Gerard for light refreshments and a discussion of the author's new book Down the Wild Cape Fear.
Two different artists, two different cultures, two different styles - a perfect contrast! This much-anticipated exhibit features E. Francisca Dekker and Benjamin Billingsley. Stop by 254 N. Front Street (3rd floor) and see what's hanging in the MC Erny gallery at WHQR.
WHQR 91.3fm Public Radio is currently accepting submissions from artists for the next ten shows in the WHQR Gallery that will run from November 2014 through early 2016. Artwork must be two dimensional and able to hang on a wall.
The StarNews has named ‘Amplify – Kowalski Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Kinetics and More' at WHQR's MC Erny Gallery one of its top 10 art exhibitions of 2011. Justin Lacy's retrospective had this to say: