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Список Музеев и Картинных галерей: Северная Каролина

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Ackland Art Museum 101 S Columbia St, Chapel Hill, NC 27599 Telephone: 919-966-5736
Part of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, collection includes Asian art, works on paper (drawings, prints, and photographs), European masterworks, 20th-century and contemporary art, African art and North Carolina pottery
A.D. Gallery 1 University Drive, Pembroke, NC 28372-1510 Telephone: 910-521-6000
The A.D. Gallery is sponsored by the Art Department of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Serving the university and local community, the gallery provides a venue for student and faculty work, as well as that of local, regional, national and international artists.
African American Atelier 200 N Davie St # 14, Greensboro, NC 27401 Telephone: 336-333-6885
To promote an awareness, appreciation and sensitivity to the visual arts and culture of African Americans and to work in harmony with other ethnic groups.
Arts Council of Henderson County 401 N Main St #3, Hendersonville, NC 28792 Telephone: 828-693-8504
​The Arts Council of Henderson County is a community organization that promotes, advocates for, and nurtures the arts in Henderson County and western North Carolina.
Arts Council of Wayne County 102 N John St, Goldsboro, NC 27530 Telephone: 919-736-3300
Includes an art gallery. The mission of the Arts Council of Wayne County is to ensure the arts are thriving in our community.
Artspace 201 E Davie St, Raleigh, NC 27601 Telephone: 919-821-2787
Artspace is a non-profit visual art center inspiring innovation through opportunities to experience the creative process and engage with artists. Artspace encourages community participation in the visual arts through its exhibitions, open studios, artist residencies and art education classes for all ages
Asheville Art Museum 175 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801 Telephone: 828-253-3227
Focus is 20th and 21st century American art and works of significance to Western North Carolina’s cultural heritage
Barton College Art Galleries 101 Harper Hall Barton College P.O. Box 5000 Wilson, N.C. 27893 Telephone: 252-399-6317
Located in the Case Art Building
The Bascom 323 Franklin Rd, Highlands, NC 28741 Telephone: 828-526-4949
The fine art and craft of the region. In addition to creating a place for regional artists to exhibit their work in a wing of the Hudson Library, their gift of a gallery in Highlands inspired the establishment of a collection.
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art 420 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202 Telephone: 704-353-9200
The Bechtler collection reflects most of the important art movements and schools from the 20th century with a deep holding of the School of Paris after World War II. The collection comprises mid-century modern art in various media by artists such as Alberto Giacometti, Joan Miro, Jean Tinguely and Barbara Hepworth.
Ben Owen Pottery 105 Bens Pl., Seagrove, NC 27341 Telephone: 855-202-9156
Ben Owen III is a potter from Seagrove, North Carolina. His forefathers came to NC from England as early as the late 1700s to ply their craft and furnish storage jars and other utilitarian wares to early settlers.
Black Mountain Center for the Arts 225 W State St, Black Mountain, NC 28711 Telephone: 828-669-0930
This community arts organization has sought to create a physical place for the arts to come together and flourish in the Swannanoa Valley in Buncombe County.
Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center 56 Broadway Street, Asheville, NC 28801 Telephone: 828-350-8484
The Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (BMCM+AC) preserves and continues the legacy of educational and artistic innovation of Black Mountain College.
Burke Arts Council 115 E Meeting St, Morganton, NC 28655 Telephone: 828-433-7282
Features gallery with changing exhibits
Caldwell Arts Council 601 College Ave SW, Lenoir, NC 28645 Telephone: 828-754-2486
Located in an historic building in downtown Lenoir, the Caldwell Arts Council offers much to the community. The Caldwell Arts Council is home to 4 beautiful gallery spaces and a small artisan craft gift shop. Exhibits in the gallery change monthly or every-other-month and range from contemporary to traditional, paintings to pottery.
Cameron Art Museum 3201 S 17th St, Wilmington, NC 28412 Telephone: 910-395-5999
The Cameron Art Museum’s collection of fine arts, crafts, and design includes works of historical and contemporary importance by regional, national and international artists and artisans. The collection exists to help further the museum’s educational mission to enhance visual and cultural literacy.
Catherine Smith Gallery 731 Rivers Street Boone, NC 28608 Telephone: 828-262-8053
Through innovative exhibitions and stimulating educational programs, the Smith Gallery provides opportunities for direct engagement with contemporary works of art and design for students, faculty and community members of Appalachian State University.
Center for Craft, Creativity and Design 67 Broadway, Asheville, NC 28801 Telephone: 828-785-1357
Includes decorative arts gallery, a regional inter-institutional center of the University of North Carolina
Chowan University Green Hall Art Galleries One University Place Murfreesboro, NC 27855 Telephone: 888-4-CHOWAN
Green Hall, erected in 1956, served as the science building until 1974. The facility was renovated and expanded to contain classrooms, studios, offices and art galleries in support of the visual arts program. Green Hall is named in memory of Mary Olivia Parker Green, the only alumnus of the class of 1863.
Contemporary Art Museum of Raleigh 409 W Martin St, Raleigh, NC 27603 Telephone: 919-261-5920
CAM Raleigh seeks to curate the most contemporary works of art and design possible—those still emerging, growing, and living. We hope to spark new thinking by creating ever-changing experiences that explore what’s now and nearing.
Delta Arts Center 2611 New Walkertown Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Telephone: 336-722-262
Delta Arts Center is an art gallery, cultural center, and rental facility located in East Winston Salem- the heart of the local African-American community. Our exhibitions are free and open to the public, and our programming reaches 7,000 visitors annually. We invite you to attend our events and visit us
Diggs Gallery O'Kelly Library at Winston-Salem State University, 601 S Martin Luther King Jr Dr, Winston-Salem, NC 27110 Telephone: 336-750-2458
Winston-Salem State University is not only home to a fine department of visual arts and a world-class collection of public art by artists such as John Biggers, Mel Edwards, Beverly Buchanan and Tyrone Mitchell, it is also home to one of the South's leading showcases dedicated to African and African-American art.
Elsewhere Artist Collaborative 606 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27406 Telephone: 336-907-3271
Сhanging, interactive environment of artworks, objects, and events in a former thrift storeм
Folk Art Center Folk Art Center: Milepost, 382 Blue Ridge Pkwy, Asheville, NC 28805, Telephone: 828-298-7928
Since 1930, artists from Maryland to Alabama have come together to create a network and market for mountain craftspeople. Today, Guild membership stands at more than 900 artisans selected by a jury for the high quality of design and craftsmanship. The Southern Highlands continues to inspire and lead the craft revival movement.
Foothills Arts Council 129 Church St, Elkin, NC 28621 Telephone: 336-835-2025
Work of local artists, artisans, writers, musicians and performers, and to enrich the lives of Yadkin Valley residents and visitors through the visual and performance arts
Green Hill Center 200 N Davie St, Greensboro, NC 27401 Telephone: 336-333-7460
Visual arts center with exhibitions of contemporary art and a family gallery
Greensboro College Art Galleries Greensboro, NC 27402-6170 Telephone: 336-334-5789
Students in the School of Art have several opportunities to exhibit their work from the school in the Gallery at Gatewood and gallery space in Downtown Greensboro.
Greenville Museum of Art 802 Evans St, Greenville, NC 27834 Telephone: 252-758-1946
Collections focuses on works by North Carolina artists and noted American Landscape artists from 1860 to present
Gregg Museum of Art & Design 516 Brickhaven Dr Suite 200, Raleigh, NC 27606 Telephone: 919-515-3503
Part of North Carolina State University, applied and decorative arts including textiles, ceramics, outsider/folk art, paintings, photography, sculpture, architectural drawings, archaeological artifacts, ethnographic materials and modern furniture
Guilford College Art Gallery 5800 W Friendly Ave, Greensboro, NC 27410 Telephone:
Original works of art are displayed in galleries and study areas throughout the library and other campus buildings, offering students an incomparable opportunity to live with and view works of art, to analyze and study them in a variety of contexts, as well as write about and discuss them.
The Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery 1834 Wake Forest Rd #113, Winston-Salem, NC 27109 Telephone: 336-758-5585
The Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery is focused on presenting challenging and engaging artwork; mostly contemporary, but sometimes focused on historical works or selections from the breadth of Wake Forest University’s collections. Through 6-8 exhibitions a year, the Hanes Gallery’s goal is to encourage a direct and involving experience with the artwork.
Harvey B. Gantt Center 551 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202 Telephone:
The Hewitt Collection of African-American Art consists of works by renowned artists including Romare Bearden, regarded as one of the greatest American artists of his generation;
Hickory Museum of Art 243 Third Avenue NE, Hickory, NC 28601 Telephone: 828-327-8576
American art including paintings, contemporary, folk, outsider, studio art glass and pottery
Horace Williams House 610 E Rosemary St, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Telephone: 919-942-7818
Changing exhibits presented by the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill
Jugtown Pottery and Museum 330 Jugtown Rd, Seagrove, NC 27341 Telephone: 910-464-3266
Jugtown Pottery is a working pottery and an American Craft Shop located in a grove of trees and bamboo eight miles south of Seagrove, in Moore County, NC.
Kinston Arts Center Kinston, North Carolina 28501 Telephone: (252) 527-2517
The Community Council for the Arts is the regional center unifying community ties through exposure to the arts and providing rich cultural experiences while promoting tourism, economic development, and educational opportunities for all
Kirby Gallery 213 N Main St, Roxboro, NC 27573 Telephone: 336-597-1709
The Kirby Gallery is the Person County sponsored art gallery located in Historic Uptown Roxboro, NC. Each month feature a new exhibit of local and/or regional artists of all disciplines.
Light Factory 1817 Central Ave, Charlotte, NC 28205 Telephone: 704-333-9755
Photography and film and related light-generated mediums
Louisburg College Art Galleries 501 North Main Street, Louisburg, NC 27549 Telephone: 919-496-2521
All exhibits are free and open to the public. The Traveling Exhibitions Gallery is located on the north side of the Seby Jones Performing Arts Center (JPAC).
Maria V. Howard Arts Center 270 Gay Street Rocky Mount, NC 27804 Telephone: 252-972-1163
The Arts Center produces visual and performing arts programming with an emphasis on art education for all ages.
McColl Center for Visual Art 721 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202 Telephone: 704-332-5535
Located in a historic, neo-Gothic church in Uptown Charlotte, the Center houses nine artist studios and over 5,000 square feet of Gallery space. We welcome the public to explore our exhibitions and connect with artists through various programs including open studios, community engagement initiatives, workshops and more.
Meredith College Galleries 3800 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27607-5298 Telephone: 919-760-2252
Meredith College’s art galleries present exhibitions with a rich diversity of visual, cultural, aesthetic and topical focuses to the college community as well as the broader Triangle area.
Mint Museum Randolph 2730 Randolph Rd, Charlotte, NC 28207 Telephone: 704-337-2000
The Mint Museum's collections are the seamless intersection between fine and decorative arts, and design. Located in a former U.S. mint, includes art of the ancient Americas, ceramics and decorative arts, fashion, European and African art
Mint Museum Uptown 500 S Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202 Telephone: 704-337-2000
Located in the Levine Center for the Arts, crafts, design, collections of American, contemporary, and European art
Museum of American Cut & Engraved Glass 472 Chestnut St, Highlands, NC 28741 Telephone: 828-526-3415
Cut and engraved glass primarily from the American Brilliant Period, 1876-1916
Museum of North Carolina Handicrafts 49 Shelton St, Waynesville, NC 28786 Telephone: 828-452-1551
Decorative arts, handicrafts and furniture created by North Carolina artists; also known as the Shelton House
Museum of North Carolina Traditional Pottery 127 E Main St, Seagrove, NC 27341 Telephone: 336-873-7887
Dedicated to preserving and perpetuating a 200 year-old pottery tradition, staff at the museum strive to educate new generations about the history and beauty of the pottery made in and around Seagrove, North Carolina.
Museum of World Cultures 601 South College Road Wilmington, NC 28403 Telephone: 910-962-3276
The museum is committed to maintaining and making available artifacts related to traditional and primary cultures around the world for research, study, curriculum support and individual enjoyment by interested members of the learning community.
Nasher Museum of Art 2001 Campus Dr, Durham, NC 27705 Telephone: 919-684-5135
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University owns more than 10,000 works of art. As part of its mission, the Nasher Museum created this online database to make its collections accessible to a wide audience. This is an ongoing project, so please check back periodically to browse new entries.
North Carolina Central University Art Museum 1801 Fayetteville St, Durham, NC 27707 Telephone: 919-530-6211
The NCCU Art Museum is a vital teaching resource and cultural institution on the campus of North Carolina Central University. It houses one of North Carolina’s leading collections of works by African-American artists and by others dealing with the black experience.
North Carolina Museum of Art 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607 Telephone: 919-839-6262
Since the initial 1947 appropriation that established its collection, the Museum has continued to be a model of enlightened public policy with free admission to the permanent collection. Today, it encompasses a collection that spans more than 5,000 years of artistic work from antiquity to the present, an amphitheater for outdoor performances, and a variety of celebrated exhibitions and public programs.
North Carolina Pottery Center 233 East Ave, Seagrove, NC 27341 Telephone: 336-873-8430
Our mission is to promote public awareness and appreciation of the history, heritage, and ongoing tradition of pottery making in North Carolina through educational programs, public services, collection and preservation, and research and documentation.
Penland School of Crafts 67 Doras Trl, Bakersville, NC 28705 Telephone: 828-765-2359
is an international center for craft education dedicated to helping people live creative lives.
Reynolda House Museum of American Art 2250 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 Telephone: 336-758-5150
Founded in the 1960s with one of the earliest collections dedicated solely to American art, Reynolda House Museum of American Art offers the opportunity to view artistic masterpieces in a warm and welcoming environment.
Rock School Art Galleries Main Street, 400 Main Street West Valdese, NC 28690 Telephone: 828-879-2129
Since first opening in 1923, the Old Rock School has played an important role in the history of Valdese. Initially constructed as a learning environment for local children, it now serves as a multi-functional facility
Sam Bass Gallery 4030 Concord Pkwy S, Concord, NC 28027 Telephone: 704-455-6915
This gallery of motorsports art by Sam Bass, the first officially licensed artist of NASCAR, showcases more than 300 pieces of art, including originals, limited edition prints and fine art posters.
Sechrest Gallery One University Parkway High Point, NC 27268 Telephone: 336-841-4680
The High Point University Darrell E. Sechrest Art Gallery is primarily an educational gallery that provides the High Point University and the greater High Point communities with rotating exhibitions in a range of media.
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art 750 Marguerite Dr, Winston-Salem, NC 27106 Telephone: 336-725-1904
Through visual art exhibitions, music, dance, theater, and education we start conversations that engage diverse communities and perspectives.
START Gallery 122A Reynolda Village Winston-Salem, NC 27106 Telephone: 336-245-8508
Part of Wake Forest University, student art gallery
Theatre Art Galleries 220 E Commerce Ave, High Point, NC 27260 Telephone: 336-887-2137
Since the opening of the High Point Theatre facility in 1975, Theatre Art Galleries has been High Point’s primary provider of visual arts. The High Point Theatre offers a wide range of performing arts throughout the year that complement TAG’s visual art exhibits.
Tryon Arts & Crafts School 373 Harmon Field Rd, Tryon, NC 28782 Telephone: 828-859-8323
Tryon Arts and Crafts School teaches hands-on classes and workshops in pottery, jewelry, weaving and fiber arts, blacksmithing, glass, lapidary, woodworking, and more.
Turchin Center for the Visual Arts 423 West King Street Boone, Boone, NC 28608 Telephone: 828-262-3017
The Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University engages visitors from the university, community, nation and beyond in creating unique experiences through dynamic and accessible exhibition, education, outreach and collection programs.
UNC Charlotte Galleries 9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28223-0001 Telephone: 704-687-8622
Two major exhibition spaces on the university’s main campus and a gallery in the UNC Charlotte Center City building
University of North Carolina at Asheville Galleries One University Heights Asheville, NC 28804 Telephone: 828-251-6559
Student artwork may be seen in several galleries on campus during the academic year. Owen Hall is the home of the Department of Art and Art History and houses two galleries: the largest is the S. Tucker Cooke Gallery located on the first floor and the smaller gallery is located on the second floor.
Van Every/Smith Galleries 315 N Main St, Davidson, NC 28036 Telephone: 704-894-2519
The Permanent Art Collection serves as a research center by offering students and members of the Davidson community an opportunity to interact with more than 3,200 works of art that span five centuries.
Vollis Simpson Whirligig Park 301 Goldsboro St S, Wilson, NC 27893 Telephone: 252-249-8440
This one-of-a-kind art park in the heart of Historic Downtown Wilson, NC will provide fascinating artistic, educational, and recreational opportunities at the intersection of art and science.
Waterworks Visual Arts Center 123 E Liberty St, Salisbury, NC 28144 Telephone: 704-636-1882
It is an exciting place where ideas, issues, and communities converge to expand traditional ways of thinking and explore the complex and unfolding patterns between artistic and cultural spheres.
Weatherspoon Art Museum 500 Tate St, Greensboro, NC 27412 Telephone: 336-334-5770
The Weatherspoon Art Museum is one of the leading collections of 20th and 21st century American art in the Southeast.
Weizenblatt Gallery 100 Athletic Street Mars Hill, NC 28754 Telephone: 866-642-4968
Established in 1991 as a gift from the estate of Dr. Sprinza Weizenblatt, Asheville physician and philanthropist, the primary function of the Weizenblatt Gallery at Mars Hill University is to educate through art. The Weizenblatt Gallery hosts exhibitions of work in a variety of styles and mediums by artists of local and national prominence.
Wellington B. Gray Gallery Jenkins Fine Arts Ctr, Greenville, NC 27858 Telephone: 252-328-6336
The East Carolina University School of Art and Design's African Art Collection combines several smaller collections that were donated to the School of Art by private collectors.
Western Carolina University Fine Art Museum 199 Centennial Drive, Cullowhee, NC Telephone: 828-227-ARTS
Open year-round, the WCU Fine Art Museum at Bardo Arts Center features four galleries, a growing permanent collection, and exhibitions highlighting regional, national, and international artists.
Wilkes Art Gallery 913 C St, North Wilkesboro, NC 28659 Telephone: 336-667-2841
Art classes for children and adults in clay, drawing, sculpture, pottery, stained glass, painting and more are available for a nominal fee. Art parties for groups and organizations are available, as are space rentals for corporate or private parties and receptions.
Wilson Arts Center 703 N. Third Street, Wilmington, NC 28401 Telephone: 910-362-7999
The Center will add a major new performance venue to southeastern North Carolina. The over-1,500-1,600 seat performance theater – the largest in the area – is designed to accommodate Broadway touring productions, concerts, symphonic performances, recitals, symposiums, and other events