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You Say Goodbye…

After many many years passing her creative skills onto the youth of our Summer Arts Program, artist and teacher Rebecca Rousseau is leaving for the wide open spaces of Wyoming. Read on to learn a little about where she is headed and what she has done here.   I’ll be heading to Sheridan, Wyoming in July after […]

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100 Sculptures in 100 Days

Lessons learned from creating 100 sculptures in 100 days. Artspace studio artist, Kelly Sheppard Murray, shares with us the insights she gained by challenging herself to create a sculpture a day. Visit her at Artspace in Studio 204. In December of 2016, I decided to take on a project to push my work and to get […]

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Do You Have a Moment? Reflections on our Pop In Residency.

Saved: Objects of the Dead As collaborators, Jody and I live and work on opposite coasts, yet a residency at Artspace, gave us the opportunity to work side by side, and enjoy the synergy, camaraderie, and insight that our collaboration, a creative environment, and a community inspires. In July we spent time working in the […]

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Crossing Borders at Artspace

On Saturday, April 2nd, Artspace welcomed Rodjaraeg Wattanapanit, an International Visitor through the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). The IVLP is a professional exchange program designed to provide firsthand knowledge about U.S. society, culture, and politics, while cultivating lasting relationships. Wattanapanit met with Artspace artist Linda Ruth Dickinson, who had this to say about the experience: […]

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Meet Regional Artist in Residence: Kellie Bornhoft

As part of an ongoing series highlighting our Artspace Studio Artists, Members and Artists in Residence, we welcome this guest post by Kellie Bornhoft, Artspace Regional Artist in Residence.  Since moving to Raleigh last summer, the Artspace Regional Artist in Residency has been vital for me to get plugged into the local art community. Through conversations with other artists […]

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