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The Petition

By • Sep 19th, 2014 • Category: News

October 16, 2014  – 7 PM –  Hear Ye, Hear Ye! You are called to an Audience With King Jake and Queen Kate Of Carnegie Carnival Your Crewe’s Presence is requested at The Magnolia Room 216 East Magnolia Street Decatur, Alabama Thursday, October 16, 2014 7:00 o’clock in the evening You Will Petition King Jake […]

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Carnegie Carnival Crewe Discount

By • Aug 15th, 2014 • Category: News

Early Registration for Carnegie Carnival 2015 Crewes deadline is September 1, 2014 for $100.00 per Crewe*. After September 1, 2014 the registration fee will be $125.00 per Crewe. Registration Forms available at: Carnegie Carnival Crewe Registration Form

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Tickets on Sale for Bag Ladies Brunch

By • Jan 29th, 2010 • Category: Calendar, News

Buy your tickets now for the annual Bag Ladies Brunch, a fundraiser for the Carnegie Visual Arts Center. This year the event is moving to the Decatur County Club so we will have more tickets available so more gals can join the fun. The event features a silent auction of designer purses and “bags” of […]

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2010 Exhibits!

By • Jan 5th, 2010 • Category: Calendar, News

Here is the first peek at the 2010 exhibit schedule. Super exhibits and more to follow shortly! Click to next page to download 2010 Exhibit Schedule

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Valley Trio

By • Dec 16th, 2009 • Category: News

  Tennessee River School Artists Share Similar Artistic Themes in New Carnegie Exhibit  By Patrice Stewart, Staff Writer, Decatur Daily, December 8, 2009 In the 1800s, the Hudson River School of landscape artists developed in New York, and now the Tennessee River has its own following of painters. In Alabama, three artists who live and […]

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The Westbound Rangers Are Ridin’ into Town

By • Aug 19th, 2009 • Category: Calendar, News, Uncategorized

The sound of the Rangers is called bluegrass by many, old-time by some, while others hear old country. The Rangers just call it americana and play it how they hear it. One of the reasons the Rangers are such a unique group is their influences come from diverse genres. Each musician hails from a different […]

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Silhouettes by Clay Rice

By • May 1st, 2009 • Category: Calendar, News, Past Events

Renowned silhouette artist and children’s book author Clay Rice will be cutting silhouettes at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center from 10 AM to 5 PM on Friday, May 8, 2009. Slots fill quickly and appointments are strongly encouraged. Call 256-341-0562 to schedule your child’s or your sitting as soon as possible. The sihouettes are approximately […]

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2007 Camp Carnegie a huge success!

By • Jul 18th, 2007 • Category: News

This year at the 5th annual Camp Carnegie, art campers explored the different types of sculpting and 3-dimensional art in a variety of mediums. Tammie Jacob returned for her 3rd year as Camp Director. She is an elementary art teacher for the Decatur City School system during the school year. Camp dates started at the […]

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Carnegie Kicks Off Community Service Project: Luv Luggage

By • Jul 18th, 2007 • Category: News

The Carnegie Visual Arts Center, in partnership with Decatur Heritage Christian Academy, is pleased to announce an exciting new community outreach project designed to meet a specific need for foster children in Morgan County and the surrounding areas-Luv Luggage. Children come into foster care with very few possessions-and those are often carried in plastic sacks […]

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Sentell Donation of Folk Art to Start Carnegie Permanent Collection

By • Jul 18th, 2007 • Category: News

The Carnegie was recently given ten paintings by Mose Tolliver and Jimmie Lee Suddeth. These pieces, donated by Mr. Lee Sentell, director of the Alabama Tourism Bureau, are significant examples of Alabama folk art. The donation was announced at the Annual meeting in April. Because of this generous gift, the Carnegie will now seek to […]

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