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Carnival Frolic 13.1

By • Jan 12th, 2018 • Category: Carnegie Carnival, Upcoming Events

Join us for our 2nd annual Carnival Frolic 13.1-mile race taking you through our acclaimed historic districts, along the Tennessee River, and through Point Mallard Park. Race course is USATF certified. Relay option is also available. For more details and to register go to active.com

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Gospel Brunch

By • Jan 12th, 2018 • Category: Carnegie Carnival, Upcoming Events

Gospel Brunch- February 3, 2018 at 11 am at the Magnolia Room. Gospel Brunch has become one of Carnegie Carnival’s favorite events. Enjoy a wonderful brunch catered by Simp McGhees and listen to great gospel music. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased by calling the Carnegie at 256-341-0562 or at http://www.carnegiecarnival.org/event/gospel-brunch-2018/

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Carnegie Carnival

By • Jan 11th, 2018 • Category: Carnegie Carnival, Upcoming Events

February 10, 2018–There’s still time to form your own Crewe! Deadline is January 28th. http://www.carnegiecarnival.org/join-in/ For a schedule of events and more details go to our new website carnegiecarnival.org.

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Spectrum

By • Jan 11th, 2018 • Category: Current Exhibit

Spectrum- Diverse Creations by Alabama Artists: January 13, 2018-February 24, 2018 Diverse lives, diverse experiences, locations and influences all come together at the Carnegie as Spectrum. Four artists —Susan Downing-White of Mobile, Mircea Lacatus originally of Romania, now Huntsville; Charlie “Tin Man” Lucas of Selma and the late Sarah Carlisle Towery of Alexander City —under […]

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Torch, Forge & Fire

By • Nov 20th, 2017 • Category: Kim's blog, Past Exhibits, Uncategorized

Torch, Forge & Flame- November 21, 2017-January 6, 2018 Fire. Builder. Modifier. Destroyer. It can divide, and it can join. Experience works made possible only through the use of great heat. Iron, clay, steel and aluminum– by the torch, forge and flame. See the craftsmanship on display by Michah Gregg, a sculptor from Huntsville, AL; […]

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Brushstrokes for Breast Cancer-Art of Hope and Healing

By • Oct 17th, 2017 • Category: Kim's blog

Art Exhibit and Online Auction to Benefit Breast Cancer Awareness and Assistance Bid Now On Bidding Owl The Rack Pack, a local non-profit breast cancer support group, is honored to present “2nd Annual Brushstrokes for Breast Cancer – Art of Hope and Healing” Exhibit and Online Auction. There will be 50 plus art pieces exhibited […]

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Call for Entries : Embracing Art

By • Oct 2nd, 2017 • Category: Kim's blog

We will be closed November 23rd-25th for the Thanksgiving Holiday. The center will resume normal hours on Tuesday, November 28th.

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RAIL

By • Oct 2nd, 2017 • Category: Current Exhibit, Past Exhibits

Railroads and the American Industrial Landscape- October 3-November 11 Featuring black-and-white photographs from Ted Rose’s young adult years when he traveled the continent in search of steam. Also on items on display from earlier days of the railroad, compliments of Merv & Susan Michael and the Decatur Depot. RAIL Lunch & Learn- October 27, 2017-Bring […]

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Water|Ways & Water+Color

By • Aug 15th, 2017 • Category: Past Events

August 15-September 23, 2017– Water. It’s role in our lives, culture, religion, environment, politics, health and climate. A partnership between the Smithsonian Institution, the Alabama Humanities Foundation and the Watercolor Society of Alabama and Friends. Exhibit Reception-August 25, 2017, 6:00-7:30pm. Members-FREE. Guests-$5. Light bites and beverages will be served.

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Wild Lives In Color: Animal Expressions by Caroline Wang

By • Jun 26th, 2017 • Category: Past Exhibits

June 25-August 5, 2017–Wild Lives in Color: Animal Expressions by Caroline Wang. Featuring Huntsville artist Caroline Wang, this exhibit displays original works inspired by her trips to visit wild lives in the United States, Asia, New Zealand and Australia. The signature style of her wildlife paintings is the expressions of the animals. Artist Reception-June 30, […]

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