Program Guide: Fall 2016

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REGISTER ONLINE: 17 c Gallery Exhibitions View the works of and meet accomplished area and regional artists. September Resilience: The Divine Power of Black & White Cary Arts Center Gallery Through Sunday, September 18 Medium: Charcoal Drawings, Mezzotint Prints, and Intaglio Recent works by Julie Niskanen Skolozynski showcasing charcoal drawings, mezzotints, and other intaglio printmaking techniques. The images in Skolozynski's work deal with the miraculous complexities of nature. These organic objects suggest the rhythms and resiliency of nature and are symbolic of our journey in life and our connection to the divine. PRINTOCRACY: Prints by the Print- makers of North Carolina Cary Town Hall Gallery Through Friday, September 16 Medium: Prints *Print-o-cracy \ print-o-kracia(Greek) \n, print: to impress\ cracy: power/strength—The Printmakers of North Carolina have a belief shared by printmakers all over the world and throughout history; if you want to express, impress. Make many affordable duplicates to get the point across, celebrate life, honor the quest for knowledge, or pay tribute to a favorite super hero. The Common Wall: Print Makers of North Carolina (PoNC) Cary Art Center Principal's Hall Through Sunday, September 18 Medium: Prints Principal's Hall will be covered by a collaborative collage by PoNC printmakers and members of the community who add to the collage during the Free Press Day. This project is a collaboration between printmaking artists and the local community to make prints using relief plates of wood or linoleum, silk screens, stencils, and stamps. 14th Annual FALC Senior Exhibition Cary Senior Center Through Friday, September 23 Artist Reception: Friday, August 26 | 3–6 p.m. Medium: Mixed Media Cary Senior Center and the Fine Arts League of Cary will be hosting the 14th Annual Seniors Art Exhibition. This art show features two-dimensional art made by local residents over the age of 55! The maximum size of work will be 18"x24" and no photography will be accepted. Fees and more details will be in the entry information. There will be ribbons and awards. For more information (including eligibility and entry rules), call the Cary Senior Center at (919) 469-4081 after August 1, 2016.

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