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January 31, 2008

2ndFriday Art Walk in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

The next 2ndFriday Artwalk will be taking place in Carrboro and Chapel Hill on Friday evening, February 8th, from 6:00 - 9:00 pm. Many of the galleries will have live music and other art related entertainment. Admission is free.

Nearly eighty 2ndFriday Artwalks have been held in the last six years with growing community involvement and national interest. This popular once-a-month event draws residents and visitors from all over the Triangle who enjoy the opportunity to see a large variety of artwork during a single evening while socializing with their fellow art lovers.

2ndFriday Artwalk brochures, maps and information are available at any participating art location. Please contact the individual venue listed below for more specific exhibition, special event or parking information.

Weaver St. Market
The Carrboro Citizen
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Ackland Art MuseumAckland Art Museum
- South Columbia St. and Franklin St. Chapel Hill, 919.966.5736. Picturing the World: Carolina's Celebrated Photojournalists is the first major exhibition of internationally recognized photojournalists who have studied at UNC-Chapel Hill's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Animation and Fine Art
Animation and Fine Art
- University Mall, Chapel Hill, 919.968.8008.
Pablo Picasso - Imaginary Portraits. Original works featuring Imaginary Portraits completed in the 1960's showing use of cubism and surrealism.

The ArtsCenter
The ArtsCenter
- 300-G East Main Street Carrboro, 919.929.2787.
Photography exhibit/ interactive installation: Because We're Still Here and Moving: Mapping a World of Black History in Our Own Backyard. The East End Gallery features Acrylic Paintings by ArtsCenter painting Instructor Juan DiGiulio.

Bagwell, Holt, Smith, Tillman & Jones, PA
Bagwell, Holt, Smith, Tillman & Jones, PA
- 400 Market Street, Suite 103, 919.932.2225.
Paintings by Cat Moleski - Bright, insightful and comtemplative work.

The Beehive Salon
The Beehive Salon
- 102 E. Weaver Street, 919.932.4483.
Mixed media by Chief. Recent works in mixed media in tribute to the artist's new daughter.

Caffe Driade
Caffe Driade
- 1215A E. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, 919.942.2333.
Paintings by Lynne Clarke. Heavy texture, inclusion of divergent, interesting found materials, strong color, and the shape of mass and volume - all converge and flow. Come enjoy a glass of wine or beer, enjoy captivating art and discover this unique, national award winning Caffe, that has been featured on the Food Network.

Carrboro Century Center
Carrboro Century Center
- 100 N. Greensboro St. Carrboro, NC 27510, 919-918-7385
UNDER THE BIG BLUE SKY - Valerie Tan is a self-taught artist who has had a lifelong interest in the arts. She paints with acrylics and oilbars and has developed a naive style using "poster" colors and house/neighborhood themes.

Carrboro Town HallCarrboro Town Hall
- 301 W. Main St., Carrboro, 919-942-8541
Photography of Dave Otto - Bolin Creek and Woodlands: Natural Treasures. The exhibit includes more than 40 prints of the creek, wildflowers, autumn foliage, critters and reflections. Pictures will be on sale with 25% donated to the Friends of Bolin Creek and 25% to the Carrboro Art Committee.

DeWitt Law

DeWitt Law, PLLC
- 118 E. Main St Suite A, Carrboro, 919.338.8200.
No show this month.

FedEx Global Education Center FedEx Global Education Center
301 Pittsboro Street , Chapel Hill, 919.962.2435.
The Faces of Child Trafficking. There are an estimated 27 million slaves living in the world today, the majority of them children. This exhibition shares the stories of children whose families sold them into slavery in Ghana's Volta Region.

Fifth Season Gardening Co.
Fifth Season Gardening Co.
106 South Greensboro St., Carrboro, 919.932.7600.
Call for info.

Fleet Feet GalleryFleet Feet Gallery
- 406 E Main St., Carrboro, 919.942.3102.
Jamie Nervo. The artist's work depicts life's everday events and characters with a twist, focusing on positive and light-hearted issues we encounter each day. Her whimsical satirical work looks at life in a patchwork of pleasant ideas and colors influenced by family, friends and strangers.

NC Crafts Gallery
NC Crafts Gallery
- 212 W. Main St., Carrboro, NC 27510, 919.942.4048. The Road Home - New paintings by Chapel Hill artist Melissa L. Miller.

Open Eye Caf?Open Eye Caf?
- 100-C E. Main St., Carrboro, 919.968.9410.
Paintings by Mary Charlton. Work reflects experiences and levels of emotions, dreams, environmental concerns, layered and uncovered yet left to interpretation. Side room features multimedia work by Miles Murray . Our space is larger than ever, featuring a new beer & wine list!

Turning Point Gallery at University MallTurning Point Gallery
- University Mall, Chapel Hill, 919.967.0402.
Come Celebrate Mardi Gras! Mardi Gras is celebrated in cities all over the world. Join us for a weekend of color and pageantry in art with a big kickoff Friday night. Experience the color and pagentry of world renowned artists at Turning Point Gallery. Masks and beads provided.

Weaver St. Realty in CarrboroWeaver St. Realty
- 116 E. Main Street, Carrboro, 919.929.5658.
Images from Chatahm County - b>Dwain Ritchie is a photographer living in Pittsboro, N.C, The photographs in this show reflects Dwain's love of nature, featuring flower macro photography, landscape photography, and other bizarre nature photos. Dwain also prints all of his photos at his studio in Chatham County.

You can print the
2ndFriday Artwalk map and brochure for ease in locating participating galleries. Transportation to the various venues is up to those attending. Brochures are available at any participating gallery.

Posted by Lillian Little on January 31, 2008 at 03:29 PM in Activities & Events, Attractions, Organizations, Specialty Shopping, Travel | Permalink