Community Art

Artspace is excited to program satellite exhibitions with Community Partners in the Triangle. Featuring artwork by Artspace Artist Members, former Artists-in-Residence and regional artists, the exhibitions range from solo to group shows.

HQ Raleigh

Austin Caskie
January 5-March 31

First Friday Gallery Walks:
January 5, February 2, March 2

With our exhibitions at HQ Raleigh changing quarterly, we now have even more reason to celebrate on First Fridays! HQ Raleigh, located right around the corner from CAM Raleigh and the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh’s warehouse district, will host receptions during First Fridays all year round from 5:00-8:00pm. HQ is open 8:30am-5:00pm Monday-Friday.

Austin Caskie

Austin Caskie received his degree in Art + Design from NC State University with a concentration in Animation + New Media. Recently he has been focusing on an exploration of machine intelligence and his work serves as a direct reference to the automatic drawing experiments of the 20th Century.

Moore Square Mural Project

Brian Gonzales, Caycee Lee, Shannon Newby + Peregrine Projects
Moore Square, Raleigh NC

Artspace along  with the City of Raleigh, Marbles Kids Museum, and Flight Fund is excited to announce that the Moore Square Mural Project is underway!

Four artists and artist groups are currently installing art along the four sides of Moore Square.  The work will be up through the duration of construction,  which will end in 2019.

Artwork by Shannon Newby

YMCA Community Beacon Mural

YMCA of the Triangle, Southeast Raleigh Promise, and artist Georges Le Chevallier
1436 Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh NC


Working with the children at the YMCA’s Camp Renaissance in Southeast Raleigh, artist Georges Le Chevallier (pictured below), created the mural to emphasize positive feelings about the Southeast Raleigh community and one another.

Jon Mills, YMCA of the Triangle Regional Vice President. “We hope the mural will increase excitement for the YMCA Beacon Site and the programs that will be delivered onsite and throughout the Southeast Raleigh community.”

Community members are invited to view the mural, share a photo and tag it with #RaleighPerfect.