June 21, 2000
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The role of self-taught, independent artists in modern art is growing, as recognized in the article, and on resources like …
by Melvin Prise on Pam Gutlon promotes outsider artists in downtown Durham (Indies Arts Awards)
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I attended the meeting, and wanted to speak out against the light rail plans, but since I did not know …
by Mark Bahner on Durham Commissioners Approve Light Rail Plans, Cost-Share Agreement (News)
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The Bull's Head Bookshop (also in Chapel Hill) is indie in spirit and selection -though a University and State institution …
by Stacie Smith on Indie bookstores keep the spirit and practice of literature alive (Indies Arts Awards)
She's amazing!. Everything she does exudes love and good work. She is a great woman and I applaud the article. …
by Mirifice on Tess Mangum Ocaña makes The ArtsCenter a national, and local, destination (Indies Arts Awards)
Love the photo in this article. Pam Gutlon is as unique, creative, and fun loving as her gallery. …
by Nancy on Pam Gutlon promotes outsider artists in downtown Durham (Indies Arts Awards)
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