North Carolina’s Center for Architecture and Design “Green and Grand Opening” this Saturday, March 17th, from 1 to 8 p.m.
North Carolina’s Appalachian State University won the people’s choice award.
Due to a recent city approval of new mid-rise apartment buildings in the Glenwood South area, Raleigh will lose more of its mid-century styling.
Good design is part of what makes cities culturally relevant.
CAM’s second major show is a look at contemporary design.
See all of the winners and honorable mentions for the Raleigh Racks bike rack competition.
Rain or Shine? Apparently not.
Designer Forrest Jessee has designed a suit for sleeping inspired by Raleigh visionary Buckminster Fuller’s concept of Dymaxion Sleep.
NCSU summer Design Build studio bringing one of a kind structure to Durham.
On Thursday, May 6th, a stylish crowd gathered at the North Carolina Museum of Art for the Altar Ego Fashion Show & Event, sponsored by Tre Bella, Inc. and Dress for Success Triangle NC.
Architecture Film series starting in December.
The latest to feel the love for Raleigh Denim is Elle magazine, who, after meeting the designers a few months ago in New York, demanded a media exclusive on their product and their process. The feature will appear in the Oct. issue on page 212.
From Raleigh to NYC with love.
“Irascible Deities” by Lisa Bulawsky at Rebus Works It looks like it is going to be a soggy First Friday, but there is plenty going on for those willing to brave the weather. Lots of interestingly themed group shows, great retail opportunities, and some repurposed spaces add up to a diverse agenda. See our map and guide below the fold.
Lather, Rinse, Repeat as needed.
Silver teapot and cups by Sarah Hutchison As usual, there is a lot to do on the agenda, so lets hope the rain holds off for First Friday. There are some second chances on shows from last month and plenty of new exhibitions as well. Saturday and Sunday have art events also, so it should be a great weekend for artists, collectors, and of course, weekend warriors. First Friday guide and more below the fold.
Informational Designs by Christopher Coleman With beautiful weather and a nice spread of shows, it should be a great First Friday with lots of people out and about. A scavengar hunt, Bain Project preview, Epic Battle and more below the fold.
Where the magic happens…
The art on the bus goes round and round.
The latest session of the Artists and Objects lecture series is this Saturday at 7 pm.
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