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Passage of Time: Works by Jason Burnett and August Hoerr

By • May 1st, 2017 • Category: Current Exhibit

May 2-June 17, 2017–Passage of Time: Works by Jason Burnett and August Hoerr. Whimsical clocks by Jason Burnett and figurative oil paintings by August Hoerr are paired in this exhibit to celebrate the passage of time. Both artists capture, elevate and examine individual moments of time whether through the hands of a clock or the strokes […]

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Embracing Art: A Coming Together of Area Amateur & Professional Artists

By • Jan 23rd, 2017 • Category: Kim's blog

March 14 – April 22, 2017 — Embracing Art : A Coming Together of Area Amateur & Professional Artists was the inaugural exhibition at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center in 2003. The annual show now commemorates the opening of the Carnegie Visual Arts Center as a place of art for all people, and celebrates the creative spirit […]

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Carnival Frolic 13.1

By • Jan 23rd, 2017 • Category: Uncategorized

February 25th 13.1 miles | 1/2 Marathon Race starts at 7:00 am. Race course is USATF certified $60 per runner or $100 per relay team (4 person team, each will run about 3.25 miles)  Entry Fee Includes: Race Registration, One Ticket to Participant/Guest Food Event, Event Shirt, Unique Finisher’s Medal, and Post-Race Refreshments. There will be […]

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Embracing Art

By • Jan 23rd, 2017 • Category: Current Exhibit

Embracing Art: A Coming Together of Amateur and Professional Artists March 14-April 22, 2017 This exhibit was the inaugural exhibition at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center in 2003. The annual show now commemorates the Carnegie Visual Arts Center as a place of art for all people, and celebrates the creative spirit of Decatur, Alabama. Presented for […]

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The Refuge of Our Backyard

By • Nov 28th, 2016 • Category: Current Exhibit

Five Guys and the Nature of Art-November 29, 2016-January 15, 2017–A new exhibit focused on five local artists’ interpretation of nature will open at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center on Tuesday, November 29th. This exhibit showcases the painting of Gary Anderson, the mixed media pieces of Robert Belcher, the sculptures of Dennis Brickell, the pottery of […]

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Make Your Own Holiday Ornament

By • Nov 2nd, 2016 • Category: Kim's blog, Past Events, Uncategorized

December 6th-22nd–Clay Holiday Ornaments will be available for pick-up from our Make Your Own Ornament Creation Station. Call the Carnegie at 256-341-0562 for details.

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Decatur City Hall Bike Rack Reception

By • Aug 15th, 2016 • Category: Past Events, Uncategorized

Sept 1, 2016 • 10:00 am–Dedication ceremony and reception for the new Decatur City Hall Bike Rack in honor of Mayor Bill Dukes,  provided by the Carnegie Visual Arts Center and hosted by the Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association

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Homegrown Heritage

By • Aug 15th, 2016 • Category: Current Exhibit

October 1 – November 19, 2016 —  An exhibit celebrating all the cultivators, makers and traditional craftsmen in Alabama featuring photography by Ashley Vaughn at White Rabbit Studios, handcrafted furniture by Wood Studio’s Randy Cochran and sons, Keith and Dylan Cochran and Barns & Mills, and the beautiful custom tableware from Tena Payne of Earthborn Pottery. This […]

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Fun Activities During #lionkingcarnegie

By • Jul 15th, 2016 • Category: Past Events, Uncategorized

• Like us on Instagram Contest – Like the designated photo announcing the contest and follow @carnegieartscenter on Instagram. Winners will be selected at random on July 26th to win 4 Tickets to the Bham Zoo. • Win a Lioness Mask by Artist and Costume Designer, Linda Miller – Buy a ticket for a chance to […]

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Embracing Art: A Coming Together of Area Amateur & Professional Artists

By • Jul 13th, 2016 • Category: Current Exhibit

August 16 – September 24, 2016 — Embracing Art : A Coming Together of Area Amateur & Professional Artists was the inaugural exhibition at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center in 2003. The 14th annual show now commemorates the opening of the Carnegie Visual Arts Center as a place of art for all people, and celebrates […]

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