See Degas sculptures and other great artwork come to life with dance and classical music. Presented by Hickory Museum of Art in collaboration with Hickory Ballet Academy.
This year’s event will highlight the Volkswagen brand, with about 120 entrants displayed in an informal setting on the grassy expanse. There will also be food, art exhibits, youth judging program, music, beer garden, regalia for sale, raffle prizes, ride and drives, and awards ceremonies.
The Hickory Museum of Art and Art of Poetry present a poetic gathering of friends for workshops, open mics, jam sessions, ekphrastic inspiration, and more.
We are gearing up for our Angel of the Arts Holiday Brunch, an annual HMA Guild benefit for the Museum. This year we have professional auctioneers and a Golden Ticket Raffle, along with a new Sandie Froedge's doll to raffle and lots of great new ideas for displaying our silent auction pieces. It will be a fun event!
In a Smithsonian Institution interview in 1964 Huntington (pictured in a pre-1917 portrait by Marion Boyd Allen) said about much-depicted Joan of Arc. “And my challenge was to get a composition that was original, that hadn't really been done before. That was the fun of it.”
Catawba County native Carl Moser's avocation was photography, mostly of rural and mountain landscapes, wildflowers, and portraits. A member of Catawba Valley Camera Club since 1955, he often led photographers on field trips.
The unassuming but quietly charming Blowing Rock resident Philip Anthony Moose was a world traveler, Army veteran, Pulitzer Prize winner (for art, in 1948) and a prolific painter. Born in Newton, N.C. as the fifth of seven children, Moose studied art at ...