Built in 2005 as a replica of the 1874 Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station, Pea Island Art Gallery stands out in the tiny town of Salvo for its architecture as well as its art. Owned by Kim Robertson, the gallery exhibits the work of 120 artists. Work comes from local, regional, national, and …
Friday, May 17
The Town of Duck and Dare County Arts Council on May 23 will present a staged reading of "Brothers Like These." The reading is at 7 p.m. in the Paul F. Keller Meeting Hall, 1200 Duck Road.
Twelve years ago, Serena Koltzau started placing paint on canvas, trying to find something to occupy her mind while going through “a rough time.” The Currituck resident never dreamed her works would not only one day be displayed in an art gallery, but that people would buy them.
Salvo artist Angel Fritz sees art as a spiritual endeavor.
24th Annual Artist Self Portrait Exhibition
Partners in life for 18 years, Claire Jacobs and Richard Byrd are Rodanthe artists who find inspiration in the raw environment and close-knit community. Painting is a meditative act that brings joy to both artists and, they hope, a smile to the faces of those viewing their light-hearted art.…
James Melvin’s Peace Exhibit
Customers visiting Muse OBX Original gallery in Kitty Hawk stand in front of an interior window that looks into the glass blowing studio of David Pipkin. Visitors can watch the 37- year- old Outer Banks artist create hand-blown art that is for sale in the gallery.
The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras is named in honor of the thousands of shipwrecks that have sunk in the waters off North Carolina’s coast, and is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the state’s maritime history and culture with an emphasis on shipwrecks.
On tap this winter at the Dare County Arts Council in Manteo is the tried and true Frank Stick Memorial Art Show. It’s an homage to Stick, a magazine illustrator, who had work published in “Saturday Evening Post,” Ladies Home Journal” “Country Gentleman, “St. Nicholas,” and “Field and Stream…
Theatre of Dare's 28th season continues Jan. 11-20 with a thoughtful drama, “Tuesdays with Morrie,” an autobiographical story of Mitch Albom, an accomplished journalist driven solely by his career, and his relationship with Morrie Schwartz, his former college professor. Sixteen years after g…
If you want to look smart, give books as gifts. If you want to look really smart, ask your local indie bookseller for suggestions.
Theatre of Dare kicked off its 28th season in October with the hilarious cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
Angus Konstam has spent decades studying "The Golden Age of Piracy" — the brief period in the early 18th century when the likes of Edward Teach (or Blackbeard), Charles Vane, the gentleman pirate Stede Bonnet and others operated off the Carolinas.
Art Happenings November – December 2018
When you walk into Sue and Perry Freeman’s Roanoke Island home, you can’t help but notice the art on the walls and a huge living room wall covered in strips of multicolored wood. The art and the wall are creations by Sue Freeman, a local artist who was a recent award winner in the Molly Fear…
Theatre of Dare kicks off its 28th season on Friday, Oct. 19, with the cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at the Lost Colony Soundstage. The venue is next to Waterside Theatre at the Fort Raleigh National Historic Site in Manteo.
Experience an evening celebrating one of America’s greatest female singers at "Love Is A Rose: Celebrating the Music of Linda Ronstadt with Paula Hanke & Peggy Ratusz."
I’ve always had a hard time figuring out how I should celebrate Columbus Day. I always come up short and end up buying a pizza and raising my slice to Christopher. But since I’ve moved to the Outer Banks, I’ve discovered the town of Duck has it all figured out for me. Better yet, they’ve mad…