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ATTENTION ARTISTS! Call for Entries for Embracing Art XVI

By • Jan 6th, 2017 • Category: Kim's blog

Submission Deadline – January 26, 2018, 5pm – Embracing Art XVI : A Coming Together of Area Amateur and Professional Artists is presented by the Carnegie annually to showcase artists from the North Alabama area. The 15th showing of the exhibit, featuring a new logo and a Spring exhibit date, will be on display March […]

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Carnegie Carnival

By • Oct 25th, 2016 • Category: Kim's blog

February 25, 2017–There’s still time to form your own crewe. Deadline is February 1st. Tickets are now available for purchase to the Gospel Brunch on February 18, 2017. Tickets are $40 per event/per person. Come by the Carnegie or go to for tickets. We have a new event for this year — Carnival Frolic […]

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Small Plates and Bluegrass

By • Oct 20th, 2016 • Category: Past Events

Join us for an evening of Small Plates and Bluegrass as we celebrate our Homegrown Heritage Exhibit on October 28th from 6:30 to 8:30 for $30/ticket. Featuring locally sourced food by Chef Jakob of Albany Bistroand Chef Bill Harden of The RailYard. Music by Uptown Rounders. Tickets may be purchased by calling Carnegie Visual Arts […]

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Market on Bank

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

Sept 3, 2016 • 10 am-2 pm —Join us as we bring a little art action and Carnegie creativity to Market on Bank. Look for the Carnegie Visual Arts Center tent on the corner of Bank Street and Vine Street! Draw a masterpiece in the street or make a decorative magnet with torn paper.

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Call for Entries

By • Jun 17th, 2016 • Category: Past Events, Uncategorized

Submission Deadline – July 8, 2016 — Embracing Art : A Coming Together of Area Amateur and Professional Artists Is presented by the Carnegie annually to showcase artists from the North Alabama area. The 14th showing of the exhibit will be on display August 16 – September 24, 2016. This is an open call to […]

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Of Cardboard, Clay and Cloth: The Inventive Costumes of Lion King Jr.

By • Jun 7th, 2016 • Category: Past Exhibits

July 5 – August 6, 2016 — This exhibit features stellar costumes from a recent production of Lion King Jr. from the creative minds and hands of artists Linda Miller and Michael Wilson Morgan. Linda Miller lives in Decatur, Alabama. and is a product of Decatur City Schools, graduating in 1985 from Decatur High School. […]

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Camp Carnegie

By • Jun 2nd, 2016 • Category: Kim's blog

July 16 – 20, 2018 — REGISTER at Education – Children’s Classes! Join us as we push our creativity to the limits! We will have hands-on experiences as we rotate through the learning areas of art, music, acting, writing and other creative endeavors in age divided groups throughout each day. Learn new skills and improve […]

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Across the Bridge: Works by Artists at Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment

By • May 18th, 2016 • Category: Past Exhibits

Across the bridge, in Huntsville, Alabama, is an arts facility with working studios for over 200 artists and makers. In this exhibition are 70 works of art by Judith Fields, Julie Gill, Cindy Miller, Stacy Morgan, Jane Philips, Ann Moeller Steverson, and Cindy Wagner representing the multi-faceted talents of the artists at Lowe Mill ARTS […]

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Gallery Walk with Maralyn Wilson

By • Apr 20th, 2016 • Category: Past Events, Uncategorized

April 22, 2016 6:30 – 8:30 PM – Are you intrigued with Maralyn’s lovely and mesmerizing encaustic paintings? Come walk through her exhibit with her and hear her stories and inspirations behind her works. We will have some light snacks and beverages available, too. $5 at the door (suggested donation)

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Landscape Illuminated – Encaustic Art by Maralyn Wilson

By • Feb 27th, 2016 • Category: Past Exhibits

EXTENDED – ON EXHIBIT THROUGH MAY 7, 2016 — This solo exhibition features over 50 recent paintings by Birmingham, Alabama artist Maralyn Wilson. In the exhibition are new encaustic works created with hot wax mixed with pigments, various types of papers, oil sticks, string and other materials. The Gift Shop at the Carnegie will also […]

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