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Mallarme receives a Mary Duke Biddle Foundation grant to support their new in-school initiative

The Mallarmé Chamber Players is pleased to announce it has received a $3,000 grant from the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation. These funds will support the pilot program for a brand-new educational initiative Mallarme Meets the Third Grade (MM3). Arts education is something that every arts organization must consider to ensure future generations of artists and… Read More ›

“Not Fade Away” Can’t Disappear Fast Enough

“The Sopranos” was one of the greatest television shows of all time. Mixing pop culture, the New Jersey mafia and avant garde storytelling, it was nothing short of hypnotic. Now David Chase, creator of “The Sopranos,” hits the big screen for the first time with “Not Fade Away,” a film he both wrote and directed…. Read More ›

Listenings Opening Reception – Feb 3

“Listenings” opening reception will take place THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 5-7 P.M. at the Block Gallery (222 W. Hargett St., Raleigh 27601). “Listenings” features printmaking by Christopher Williams, photography by Jimmy Williams, and in the 2nd floor cases, paintings by Heather Gordon. Highly renowned Music Maker artist, bluesman John Dee Holeman will be performing at the opening reception, and there will be a special screening of Block2 video “Reverberation I” by Ali Colleen Neff. The exhibition will be on display Feb. 3 – March 28, 2011.

“Cinderella” Returns to RLT | Dec 10-19

Raleigh Little Theatre proves again that dreams really can come true. The beautiful lass-who-lost-her-slipper makes her 27th annual appearance in hopes of finding her Prince Charming. Performed at the RLT Sutton Main Stage Theatre.

ArtBlast & ArtWalk2010 | Sept 8 – 12

Downtown Wilmington , North Carolina is the place to be in September to experience arts and cultural events that complement the destination’s history, culture, and natural beauty. The inaugural ARTblast Festival makes its debut September 8-12.