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What 2010 Brought Us…

It was a tough year on many fronts but the visual arts at least provided some bright spots.   Given the downtrodden times that plagued, the successes and foresight in arts leaders’ institutional planning soared providing the bulk of this year’s daring-do moments. The NC Museum of Art christened their grand new showplace west building [...]

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Teaching a Familiar Space New Tricks

SECCA has extended the run of its Look Again show through this weekend and it’s well worth the drive out to Marguerite Drive both for the exhibition and also for a look at the Center itself if you haven’t already been.   (The grand reopening festivities back in July were probably one of the largest [...]

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2010 Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award

Congratulations to blog contributor Steven Matijcio,  Curator of Contemporary Art at SECCA in Winston Salem who was one of three winners for the 2010 Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award.  Established to help realize exhibition projects proposed in conjunction with a museum or established non-profit exhibition space, the award will be applied toward the Paperless exhibition at [...]

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SECCA now (re)open for business

A  few quick pics from SECCA’s grand reopening tonight…renovation mission accomplished! (exhibition review to follow)

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SECCA reborn

I interviewed SECCA’s Executive Director Mark Leach this past week for an upcoming article I’m working on for a new visual arts magazine called Artsee to launch this summer. The following is the complete transcription of the interview which due to space restrictions will not be able to appear in print in its entirety.  Seeemed [...]

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People’s Biennial Field Report – April 1, 2010

SECCA is one month into its cross-state, high & low, far & wide search for creative talents to participate in the nationally touring exhibition/campaign titled People’s Biennial. For what we’ve seen thus far, and what we hope to see before the submission deadline on April 30, I thought it was high time to file a [...]

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