Art exhibits and events during the Third Friday Art Walk on May 19 in Durham.

What You Make of It, by Charron Andrews, assemblage
Cameron Gallery at The Scrap Exchange, The Shoppes at Lakewood, 2050 Chapel Hill Road
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m.; on view through June 10

The Cameron Gallery welcomes Charron Andrews for a solo exhibition titled “What You Make of It.” A self-described “shrine-maker,” Andrews creates engaging heartfelt vignettes that reflect her memories, images and feelings growing up in a big Catholic family in Detroit. Home, neighborhood, and family — especially girls and women from her early childhood — inspire, shape and populate her intimate assemblage work.

Forecasts and Other Disturbances, by Julie Anne Greenberg, mixed media screenprints/cut paper
Durham Arts Council, Allenton Gallery, 120 Morris St.
Third Friday reception: Gallery open to the public until 9 p.m. on May 19 for Third Friday Durham; on view through July 7
Artist reception: Friday, May 26, 6 to 8 p.m.

Our House, Durham Arts Council Student & Instructor Exhibition
Durham Arts Council, Semans Gallery, 120 Morris St.
Third Friday reception: Gallery open to the public until 9 p.m. on May 19 for Third Friday Durham; on view through July 7
Artist reception: Friday, May 26, 6 to 8 p.m.

These shows will be up and galleries open for Third Friday; though the formal artist reception will be the following Friday, May 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. Our Friday, May 26, event will feature a pop-up gallery of paintings by Durham Convention Center artist MyLoan Dinh (her show “Fluid” is on view through Oct. 15), performances by DAC music faculty and students, crafts for kids, and refreshments.

Stories from the Heartland, by Rachel Campbell, paintings of urban landscapes
Durham Arts Council, Ella Fountain Pratt Gallery, 120 Morris St.
Third Friday reception: Gallery open to the public until 9 p.m. on April 21 for Third Friday Durham; on view through May 25

Aibohphobia and the Reifier’s Schadenfreude by Luke Demarest, with Blackspace Conscious Coding Wokeshop
The Carrack, 947 E. Main St.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m.; on view through May 21

“Aibohphobia and the Reifier’s Schadenfreude” features over 150 computationally based sculptures and prints by Luke Demarest and the Blackspace Conscious Coding Wokeshop. Works explore language, wordplay and communication tools that affect how we make meaning and shape contemporary society. The exhibition aims to create a relaxed and open environment where all gallery visitors can create new thought processes around how we use language and art.

Artwork from Luke Demarest’s “Aibohphobia and the Reifier’s Schadenfreude.” Photo courtesy of Luke Demarest.

Nothing’s Black or White, mixed media
Durham Art Guild, Room 100 Gallery at Golden Belt, 807 E. Main St.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m.; on view through June 1

The Durham Art Guild presents “Nothing’s Black or White” featuring new mixed media works on aluminum by DAG member artist Jill Eberle.

2017 Members’ Showcase, diverse mix of over 90 works of art by current DAG members, multiple mediums
Durham Art Guild, SunTrust Gallery at Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris St., Durham
Third Friday reception: 5 to 8 p.m.; on view through June 10

The Durham Art Guild presents the 2017 Members’ Showcase featuring over 90 works of art by current DAG members. This is one of two nonjuried exhibition opportunities we provide for our members each year.

R.T.R.P, Jayoung Ku, Installation/Performance
SPECTRE ARTS, 1004 Morning Glory Ave.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m.; on view through May 19

Eye Scapes by Eric Raddatz, photography
Through This Lens, 303 E. Chapel Hill St.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m.; on view through July 9

Eric Raddatz’s Eye Scapes features 16 black-and-white photographs broken into two groups — landscapes made along local riverbanks and a smaller group of images made in downtown Durham and downtown Raleigh. Raddatz — recent second-place winner in the Will Grossman Memorial Photo Competition and often featured at Through This Lens — has a brooding and sometimes foreboding way of showing the world, whether urban or natural.

Third Friday
Vega Metals Gallery, 214 Hunt St.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m.

The Music Makers
Pleiades Gallery, 109 E. Chapel Hill St.
Third Friday reception: 6 to 9 p.m.; on view until July 9

This exhibit expresses Pleiades Gallery’s love for the musicians of the past as well as cutting edge artists of the future.

 

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