The Merry Merry Month of May 2015

Any of these events would be cause for celebration. But All of them in one month?? Now, that’s cause to be merry in the month of May 2015 !! First Friday Gallery Hop MayDay, Friday May 1st saw the monthly DADA Gallery Hop. It was a beautiful evening and lots of people came out to enjoy gallery show openings.and artist receptions. Arts on Sunday Sunday, May 3rd, was the first of this year’s Arts on Sunday festival series, featuring to-die-for rock and roll by the area’s finest rock and rollers that performed as the Luxuriant Sedans. Plus dozens of artists Continue reading

Art-o-Mat Works and The Little Things

Delurk Gallery is hosting a Sunday afternoon gathering to talk about Art and Art-o-mat® – Don’t Go ‘Round Artless! with Clark Whittington. We will have snacks and Clark will be here to share the bigger vision of Art-o-Mat and meet more of the artists participating in this years show “The Little Things” at Delurk Gallery. The event takes place Sunday February 1st from 2:00pm till 4:00pm. Delurk Gallery is located at 207 West 6th Street, near the 6th and Trade intersection in the Downtown Arts District. images courtesy of Delurk Gallery For more info about the event, visit the FB Continue reading

Arts On Sunday Featured in Today’s Relish

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Mark Sunday, May 4th, from 1 to 5 pm, on your things-to-do calendar. Same with all the other Sundays in May. The 2014 edition of Arts on Sunday opens Sunday with a street full of exhibitors and a “Blues-a-Palooza” of three bands: the Twin City Buskers, The Low Counts, and Wezo and the Mofos. A bandstand will be set up at the intersection of Sixth and Trade streets. It will be held each Sunday in May and again in October. (from WS Journal Relish, May 1, 2014, by Lynn Felder) http://www.journalnow.com/relishnow/the_arts/visual_arts/arts-on-sunday-to-feature-exhibits-bands-and-more/article_f1129e53-b4b1-5464-bae5-40d662c4b78c.html      

Turning Japanese

The First Friday Gallery Hop spirit often carries over to Saturday, when art patrons return to the Arts District to wine and dine, beer and cheer, and shop-shop-shop. There are often other special events scheduled as well. On this upcoming Saturday, from 3-5pm, go to the Bubbling Well Bead & Tea Bar for their “Kimono Tea.” Join in the discussion about Japanese kimonos and textiles while enjoying Japanese teas available at the Bubbling Well. Your hosts: Olivia Camden Mackie, fiber artist, owner of Silk Peacock and KIMONO COLLECTION and partner at Fiber Co. on 6th and Trade; and Julie Reynolds, Continue reading

The Merry Month of May

MAYbe winter is finally over. MAYbe it will rain only during the week and be sunny and warm on the weekends. MAYbe. One thing for sure is that the activity meter jumps significantly during the month of May. It all starts this weekend. Friday, May 2nd is the DADA-sponsored First Friday Gallery Hop. New shows inside, performance art outside, and lots of people crawling the blocked-off area that includes the 500-600 block of Trade Street; the 200 block of 6th Street;and the 500 block of Liberty St. And there is at least one DADA member in the 800 block of Continue reading

Blue Moon Gallery Hop is Friday May 10th

Why Blue Moon Gallery Hop? It has nothing to do with the lunar cycle. DADA holds a Gallery Hop on the First Friday of every month, all year ’round. We had a great hop last week during Habitat for Humanity’s BirdFest. The upcoming weekend is the Centennial Celebration in honor of the merging of the towns Winston and Salem to form Winston-Salem. The Celebration planners wanted to hold a special Gallery Hop on Friday during the celebration weekend (May 9-12). Which makes 2 Gallery Hops in one month, which happens once in a Blue Moon. So now you get it. Continue reading

Fwd: March At Delurk

Hieronymus – iamhieronymus.com Brian Kubecki (aka QUB) Travis Phillips Delurk Gallerywill havean Opening Reception Friday, March 1, from 7pm-10pm. This March Delurk will be featuring new work by three visiting artists. See a one of a kind installation, by Hieronymus, of paintings on canvas and on the wall, inspired by cabinet cards. Brian Kubecki’s, I Need You, is a show completely dependent on something for its success – you. Experience a jaw-shattering reexamination of visual art and be a part of something you won’t soon forget. Isolation; Something To Die For, new work by Travis Phillips, deals with human intentionality and interplay Continue reading

Gallery Hop on Friday March 1st

Here is the link to the March edition of the DADA E-Newsletter: http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=k8dkgvbab&v=001p_xH-twv5vXECJVZFCDUvuU-u0TgtCmSXPHO8QjYNtfD4Zyi5-mi9eYqld6ZfXOWDa3aDpsxn-7hxtfWJ00kuYHmQ8aCJTIk6HFKX4B7ImXhtPb44WUk-8HQbOqYJoruNk9XTIq-_G2WxbUV4sJX5A%3D%3D