Feature Articles

October 2013

Hannah S. Block Community Art Center in Wilmington, NC, Features Collaborative Exhibition

The Hannah S. Block Community Art Center in Wilmington, NC, is presenting eARTh Inspired Art Exhibit, a collaboration between the Wilmington Art Association and UNC-Wilmington’s Office of Cultural Arts, on view through Oct. 16, 2013.

The beautiful art work of many of the area’s most talented artists and photographers will shine a spotlight on the beauty of every facet of the Earth and the critical need to protect this beauty.

During the Fall of 2013, UNC-W’s Office of Cultural Arts will host “eARTh Inspired,” an interdisciplinary series exploring the intersection of art and science. The initiative features lectures, workshops, collaborations by scientists and artists and the premiere of two significant new works: “Ocean Calling” by composer Miera Warshauer and “Fables on Global Warming,” a Dance Recital by ARMITAGE GONE! DANCE.” For more information, please go to the (www.UNCW.edu).

The Wilmington Art Association was organized in 1971. Its early monthly meetings were held at Wilmington’s New Hanover County Museum. This group was the second organization to use the name “Wilmington Art Association.” The first was formed in 1953 and eventually became absorbed in the membership of St. John’s Museum of Art - which is now the Cameron Art Museum. The Wilmington Art Association currently has more than 200 members.

For further information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, e-mail to (publicity1@wilmingtonart.org) or visit (www.wilmingtonart.org).

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