Displaying items by tag: art

Thursday, 21 October 2021 12:20

NCDOT launches the 2022 Aviation Art Contest

RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation is encouraging children and teenagers to show off their artistic work by taking part in the 2022 Aviation Art Contest. 

Published in Lifestyle

North Carolina’s obsolete alcohol sales bureaucracy was dealt tandem blows this month as its chairman resigned in frustration and a federal judge scrutinized its censorship under a First Amendment microscope.

Published in Opinion

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County’s small business incubator, IncSpace, will be hosting two overlapping artistic events this weekend.

Published in Local News

HAMLET — Richmond Community College’s Visual Arts program is growing in popularity with students, and faculty members are putting their mark on Richmond and Scotland counties. 

Published in Lifestyle

PEMBROKE — The senior capstone exhibition Frames of Reference featuring UNC Pembroke art students Stephanie Breault, Catherine Palmer and Autumn Roush is on display at the A.D. Gallery 

Published in Lifestyle

HAMLET — Richmond Community College’s Fine Arts program is growing rapidly. Two new art instructors were recently hired, and the College is adding four new art classes to its curriculum that have never been offered before.

Published in Lifestyle

RALEIGH — All North Carolina teachers and their classes are invited to attend a free two-day online immersive experience for NC educators and their students focused on arts and the humanities. 

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HAMLET — Ashley Lupfer, art teacher at Rockingham Middle School, was named North Carolina Art Education Association’s 2020-2021 Middle Level Art Educator of the Year. Lupfer received her plaque in the mail and she will attend a virtual conference this weekend where the award will be presented.  

Published in Lifestyle

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Division of Public Health is accepting entries for the NC Be Antibiotic Aware Artwork Competition. Students K-12 are encouraged to submit an original poster on a theme related to antibiotic awareness, infection prevention, hand hygiene, the 3 Ws and/or COVID-19 to help educate the public on the proper use of antibiotics.

Published in Local News

DOBBINS HEIGHTS — Town officials unveiled a new “Black Lives Matter” mural at the Dobbins Heights Town Park on Tuesday.

Published in Local News
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