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Artsplosure

Lineup Announced for Artsplosure – The Raleigh Arts Festival: October 9-10, 2021 The annual Artsplosure – Raleigh Arts Festival will showcase a diverse mix of music, performance art, children’s activities, interactive art, and fine artists and crafters in downtown Raleigh. As it has been for 41 years, Artsplosure is free to the public! RALEIGH, N.C…. Read More ›

Louis St. Lewis and Nate Sheaffer Artwork Chosen for Artsplosure

Louis St. Lewis and Nate Sheaffer Artwork Chosen for Artsplosure – The Raleigh Arts Festival 2019 RALEIGH, N.C. – Artsplosure executive director Michael Lowder today announced that artwork created by the team of Louis St. Lewis and Nate Sheaffer will serve as the annual spring festival’s centerpiece image. “It’s the 40th edition of our namesake… Read More ›

Raleigh Mayor and Husband Announced as Honorary Chairs of First Night Raleigh 2015

Nancy and Ron McFarlane have been announced as this year’s honorary chairs for the annual New Year’s Eve “Out of This World” celebration. RALEIGH, N.C. – Lori Vitale, President of the Artsplosure Board of Directors, today announced that Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane and her husband Ron McFarlane are the honorary chairs for Artsplosure’s 24th presentation… Read More ›

Philharmonic Association Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble

Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble – Call for Auditions

The Triangle Youth Jazz Ensemble, directed by Dr. Gregg Gelb, starts up its 2012 -13 school-season in little over a month and registration for auditions is now open. Auditions will be on 9/4 & 5 at Marsh Woodwinds, 707 N. Person St., Raleigh. Go to http://www.philharmonic-association.org/ to register. On the left side of the website homepage click on For… Read More ›

Fan Modine sponsored by Triangle Arts and Entertainment at Artsplosure 2012

Fan Modine Media Sponsor:  TriangleArtsandEntertainment.org 3:00 – 4:00 Since the release of “Slow Road to Tiny Empire”, Fan Modine’s first album, in 1998, Gordon Zacharias has been known as an artist who mixes buoyant orchestral pop music with oftentimes more gloomy lyrics. This disconcerting combination has won him a cult following among fans of obscure rock… Read More ›