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Youth Art Month Exhibit at the ACA

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

On exhibit March 3 – April 7, 2016  — The Carnegie Visual Arts Center and Alabama Center for the Arts present the 13th annual Youth Art Month Exhibit, in coordination with area art teachers who submitted works by their current students in grades K -12th. The exhibit is to highlight the amazing creative abilities of […]

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Encaustic Painting Workshop

By • Feb 26th, 2016 • Category: Past Events

April 23, 2016  10 AM – 4 PM — Sign up by April 15th!  Maralyn Wilson has taught many classes, regionally and abroad, on how to create beautiful art with a bit of spontaneity. Learn the basics of encaustic wax painting along with new techniques as you utilize wax and other materials to create multiple […]

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Creations of Hope: Quilts from Gee’s Bend

By • Jan 19th, 2016 • Category: Past Exhibits

January 19 – March 5, 2016 — Creations of Hope: Quilts from Gee’s Bend features over 25 quilts and other fabric works of art by members of the Gee’s Bend Quilters Collective.  Artists include Rachel George-Carey, Lue Ida B. McCloud, Lucy Mingo, Flora Moore, China Pettway, Crayree Pettway, Essie Pettway, Janice Pettway, Jessica Pettway-Witherspoon, Lola Pettway, […]

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Gift Shop at the Carnegie

By • Nov 17th, 2015 • Category: Fri. @ 5

We always have something unique in the Gift Shop at the Carnegie. Currently we have shopping totes made from past exhibit banners. Each tote is a one-of-a-kind recycled creation. Additionally we have a limited number of Wolfe Birds® from Wolfe Fine Arts Studio in Jackson, Mississippi. The Gift Shop at the Carnegie is the exclusive North Alabama retail […]

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Walk and Talk – December 10th

By • Nov 17th, 2015 • Category: Past Events, Uncategorized

December 10, 2015  6:30 – 8:30 PM — Exhibiting artist Tim Stevenson will lead a gallery walk on Thursday, December 10, 2015 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. Tim will talk about his creative inspiration and select pieces of his work on display in his exhibit, Oil and Water, at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center.  Light snacks […]

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Carnegie Carnival Video

By • Nov 17th, 2015 • Category: Past Events

February 6, 2016 — Carnegie Carnival was a raving success! Here is the full video of the Carnegie Carnival Parade;  

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“Oil and Water” by Tim Stevenson

By • Oct 28th, 2015 • Category: Past Exhibits

November 17, 2015 – January 9, 2016 — This solo exhibition of over 60 recent works features paintings by Florence, Alabama artist Tim Stevenson. Tim captures the peaceful vistas of the Tennessee Valley, as well as, vivid still life and thoughtful figurative paintings in watercolor and oil. Tim Stevenson’s artistic influences date from age three when a […]

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Carnegie Carnival Begins – The Petition

By • Oct 13th, 2015 • Category: Past Events

October 20, 2017 •  7 PM — FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC — All registered Carnegie Carnival Crewes will present their Petitions by song, poem, eloquent verse, interperative dance, et cetera, in the presence and in honor of King Wade and Queen Holly to officially open Carnegie Carnival season. Come watch the wonderful or wacky presentations and […]

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Music in the Market

By • Sep 30th, 2015 • Category: Fri. @ 5

October 16, 2015  •  5:30 – 7:30 PM — Master Artist fiddler Roy Crawford of Cullman, Alabama will perform along with his award winning guitarist son Charles Crawford from Huntsville in the Artist Market area in Jones Park on 2nd Avenue at 3rd Fridays Downtown. Also playing will be 3 of Mr. Roy’s current students.

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Drop-in Chair Caning Demonstrations

By • Sep 30th, 2015 • Category: Past Events, Uncategorized

October 16, 2015  • 5:30 PM – 7 PM & October 24, 2015  • 10 AM – Noon— Hartselle craftsman, Anthony Murcks, and other family members, will be demonstrating the craft and tradition of chair caning. Mr. Murcks family owns a Decatur-based multi-generation business, Murcks Family Chair Caning & Seat Weaving, which is passing the craft from one generation […]

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