#ShowYourArt

Celebrate National Arts & Humanities Month! We’re leading an online celebration of the arts all month long! Join our social media challenge and share your arts experience on a different theme each day in October using #ShowYourArt. Download the calendar of themes and share it with your friends. We’ll repost some of our favorites throughout the month on Instagram, Twitter, […]

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United Arts Council Grant

We are so pleased to be a recipient of the United Arts Council New Generation Grant! The United Arts Council awards multiple grants each year.  We have applied for the New Generation Grant, which arts organizations being 6 years or younger can apply. We utilize the funds for the Community Arts Festival. The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake […]

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Staying Creative When Life Gets Crazy

Staying Creative When Life Gets Crazy with Guest Speaker Angie Staheli – Holly Springs Artist Meet-Up Does life seem too busy to be creative? Have you put your creative interests and talents aside until there is “more time”? Learn how creativity can enhance and enrich your world, no matter what stage of life you’re in. Discover ways to squeeze creativity […]

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OUR NEW HOME!

We are so pleased to announce we have a brick and mortar LOCATION, starting April 1, 2016.  104 W Ballentine Street, Holly Springs, NC 27540. The Coworking Station: “A 5,000+ square foot community workplace located in the former Holly Springs police department building in downtown Holly Springs. We focus on the “co” in coworking and intend to create an atmosphere of […]

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Creative Healing

Let your worries all go and attend our FREE Creative Healing Evening for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers April 8, 6:30-8:30pm at the Holly Springs Cultural Center 300 West Ballentine St, Holly Springs, NC 27540 Hosted by the Holly Springs Arts Council & American Cancer Society Funded by the HopeJamesFoundation.org Choose one class we are offering, limit 10 per class: Register […]

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Networking for a Cause to Benefit HSAC

Networking for a Cause to Benefit The Holly Springs Art Council Southwest Wake Networking is extremely excited to announce their March event, which will be another Networking for a Cause event to raising money for The Holly Springs Art Council. When: March 23rd 2016 from 5-9pm Where: Carolina Brewing Company Taproom Location: 140 Thomas Mill Rd, Holly Springs, NC 27540 Carolina Brewing Company will be […]

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Michelle McElroy – on artsnow.com

Michelle McElroy, the ‘Queen of D’arts,’ loves a blank canvas Beth Mann – reposted from artsnow.com February 4, 2016 Artist Michelle McElroy may have started out as an art director creating huge campaigns for the city of Philadelphia, but painting has been a lifelong passion. And her preferred canvas? The huge expanse of a fresh blank wall.Whether it’s covering the […]

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Free Little Library

Holly Springs’ Little Library Holly Springs Rotary Announces Free Little Library Project The Free Little Library project is a community service project, based on the philosophy of “take a book, return a book”. The Holly Springs Rotary Club has reached out to several organizations and individuals to help get this project from an idea to actual physical structures. They are working with […]

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Call to Action: Need by July 16

The Holly Springs Arts Council (as well as other organizations) needs your help! The House budget allocated expansion funding of $750,000 for the North Carolina Arts Council; the Senate did not. A Conference Committee will be appointed next week to reconcile the two budgets. http://www.artsnc.org/action-center/calls-to-action/2015-budget-conference/ Problem: If we wait until the Conference Committee is officially appointed and begins work next […]

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The Intersection of Public Art and Arts Education

This content was reposted from http://blog.artsusa.org/ Posted by Patricia Walsh On May – 4 – 2015 Across the country, the arts are changing: demographics are shifting, modes of artistic participation are becoming more diverse, and once segmented artistic practices are converging. These changes ring true for both public art and arts education, and over the past year these respective fields […]

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