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Halle Cultural Arts Center-The center hosts
premier performances, visual art exhibitions
and movies. Classes offered in children and
adult drama, and voice and art.
237 N. Salem St., Apex, 919.249.1120
Wake Forest Renaissance Centre for the
Arts-In the heart of downtown Wake Forest,
enjoy exhibits, concerts, plays and recitals.
405 S. Brooks St., Wake Forest, 919.435.9458
Bring it home
Say goodbye to that uninspired wall and hello
to a unique treasure from Raleigh.
© 2013 Rice Gallery/Nash Baker
North Carolina Museum of Art Museum
Store-In person or online, shop from a carefully
curated selection of gifts that are tied to the
2110 Blue Ridge Rd., Raleigh, 919.664.6784
Right: Gregg Museum of Art & Design-Rotating
exhibits of abstract works, satirical interpretations
and more complement the permanent collection of
35,000+ objects at N.C. State.
1903 Hillsborough St., 919.515.3503
Photo by Roger Winstead
Slow down. Pause and consider. The visual arts
are a vital part of Raleigh and provide cause
for reflection. From modern pieces to timeless
works from antiquity, find what speaks to you.
Sertoma Arts Center-Part of a learning
community of 11 arts organizations that strive
to improve access to the arts for people with
disabilities. Classes, workshops and exhibits.
1400 W. Millbrook Rd., Raleigh, 919.996.2329
Artspace-Curiosity welcome here! And
innovative approaches to life encouraged
through thought-provoking exhibits.
201 E. Davie St., Moore Square, Raleigh,
Village Art Circle-A supportive place to create,
collaborate and exhibit, the Circle showcases
studio and guest artists.
200 S. Academy St., Ste. 130, Cary, 919.210.0398
CAM Raleigh-Light-filled views to the street
showcase the inspiring architecture and exhibits
409 W. Martin St., Warehouse District, Raleigh,
See it. Love it. Buy it. Raleigh's galleries
showcase an eclectic mix of art from local,
regional and national artists. Find the perfect
piece for your home or office.
Cary Arts Center-Home to the Cary's
Marvelous Music Series and Applause! Cary
Youth Theatre, as well as gallery exhibits, classes
101 Dry Ave., Cary, 919.469.4069
Garner Performing Arts Center-An intimate
auditorium inside the former Garner High School
and home to Broadway Voices, The Towne
Players of Garner and It's Showtime! series.
742 W. Garner Rd., Garner, 919.661.4602
What can a middle-school student tell
you about contemporary art? At CAM
Raleigh young, passionate students serve as
docents and offer an age bridge across the
generations as they share insight into the
exhibits and give voice to the artists.
"They're fearless. And helping make young
people fearless is an incredible, incredible
part of what CAM does," says Gab Smith,
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The Mahler Fine Art-Located downtown in the
renovated Mahler Building, this is a full-service
gallery that welcomes collectors of any level
228 Fayetteville St., Fayetteville Street, Raleigh,
Art around the county
Raleigh's neighboring communities are home to
wonderful art venues, places to pause and contemplate, to enjoy a show and to attend a class.
Raleigh Flea Market-Art treasures and just
about anything else you can imagine can be
found at the N.C. State Fairgrounds.
1025 Blue Ridge Rd., Raleigh, 919.899.FLEA
Above: North Carolina Museum of Art-More
than a dozen galleries featuring works from
around the globe, including 30 Rodin sculptures.
Surrounded by a 164-acre park with public art
installations inspired by the natural world.
2110 Blue Ridge Rd., Raleigh, 919.715.5923
Art Source-A fine art gallery featuring the
works of more than 75 artists from the Southeast
4421 Six Forks Rd., Ste. 123, Raleigh,