The exhibit is on view after sundown on Hargett Street starting March 24.
Waters brings his one-person show, This Filthy World: Dirtier & Filthier, to the Carolina Theatre on Thursday, March 9.
We profile one of the Triangle's most influential, enduring theater artists and explore the ambitious immersive theater installation This Is Not a Novel.
We visited the Chapel Hill artist and his team while they finished up new sculptures at Duke Gardens.
The art-dance collaboration Echo will be performed at 21c on Thursday night.
The New York City-based artist's first solo museum exhibition, Royal Flush, is currently on view at the Nasher.
One of many national community events celebrating the book takes place at Letters Bookshop on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
The comics shop, which has a four-decade history on or near Franklin Street, will close sometime next month.
Learn the amazing, influential story of someone whose family home in Durham recently became a national historic landmark.
Duke professor Thomas F. DeFrantz's performance company interprets a provocative new Kara Walker exhibit at the Nasher.
Dave Wofford's letterpress business and art gallery puts up a final exhibit, by Jessina Leonard, in Durham Central Park before heading for Watts-Hillandale.
Warren Hicks and Jeff Bell’s new podcast features candid, familiar chats with leading lights of the local scene.
The exhibit of black-and-white local photography runs at NCMA through Feb. 12.
North Carolina riveted the nation in a year when art and politics collided.
The Triangle’s art scene was dominated by comings, goings, drastic turnarounds, and HB 2 fallout.
The capsule, buried by Center Theater's owners in 1966, was opened at the Scrap Exchange’s twenty-fifth anniversary party last week.
The festival of spectacular giant lanterns runs at Koka Booth Amphitheatre through mid-January.
From two seminal Raleigh galleries combining forces to a Durham collective redrawing the art world’s margins, these folks made a big difference this year.
The pair is behind the “Safe Space” stickers that sprouted on many N.C. businesses after HB 2.
Saba Taj and Catherine Edgerton have helped guide DAM through a transformative six-month stay in the Carrack’s former space.