If you've ever driven through freshly paved suburbia and wondered at the absurdity of two different pharmacies occupying opposite corners, The Unwinding might be for you.
"When it's a [TV] series, North Carolina is where you live. When it's a feature film, you come in and then you go." — N.C. Film Office Director Aaron Syrett
Through June 30
It's Ragtime on a shoestring, but when the shoe fits, it's worth the wearing.
Through June 30
In this world of intimate strangers, everybody's hiding something.
"Arts and culture nonprofits generate $125 million in economic activity per year. If I was a legislator, why would I want to cripple an investment returning $15 for every dollar I invest?" — Sherry DeVries, Durham Arts Council
Through June 26 at Golden Belt
"A lot of that student-mentor dynamic that I expected has fallen away. They're partners, collaborators, co-creators of this work." — Laura Ritchie, Creative Mentorship Program coordinator
The invisible skin that holds Bobcat's mysterious innards together is a Möbius strip of inside and outside.
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Many outsider artists work in obscurity or suffer from mental illness. Beside them, Simpson fits in a small, other category of what might be called in eastern North Carolina "regular folks." Not only was he recognized in his time, he lived a very normal life.
Those who read the last Ezekiel "Easy" Rawlins book may be surprised he's back, since he was last seen driving off a cliff. Little Green "is the one and only book I wrote about resurrection," Mosley says.