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Vandalism Studios and BethAnn Russell

Jul 17th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetBethAnn Russell, owner of Vandalism Studios at The Creative Center, is a unique artist. As all artists like to think of themselves as unique, and the previous statement seems obvious, I’ll elaborate. BethAnn is young, extremely talented in oil and acrylic painting, jewelry making, drawing, and public speaking. And BethAnn has schizophrenia that onset during
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Imagine a World If You Will….A Review of Rocaterrania

Jun 25th, 2012 | By
Rocaterrania Illustration

ShareTweetGreensboro is chock-full of filmmakers – some extraordinarily talented, some who are up-and-coming, and some who are still in the learning process.  Brett Ingram falls squarely into the first category. His credentials are beyond impressive: Filmmaking teacher at UNC-G. First documentary feature, Monster Road, earned sixteen awards, including Best Documentary at Slamdance Film Festival. Guggenheim
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The Raving Knaves – Atom Age

May 21st, 2012 | By

ShareTweetI’ve been friends and a fan of the Raving Knaves nearly since they first formed, and I’ve begged and pleaded for this first CD, Atom Age, for every holiday until it finally was released.  The Raving Knaves practice almost weekly in our garage, and we’ve been treated to our own private concerts many times.  To
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48 Hour Film Project Returns in June

May 2nd, 2012 | By
48 Hour Film Festival

ShareTweet Calling all filmmakers, actors, sound techs, crew members! The 48 Hour Film Project comes to Greensboro on the weekend of June 22 – 24, 2012. Filmmakers from all over the Greensboro area (and beyond) will compete to see who can make the best short film in only 48 hours. The winning film will go
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We Done All We Could and None of It’s Good: Trenton Doyle Hancock at the Weatherspoon Art Museum

Mar 14th, 2012 | By

ShareTweet My husband, Budd, and I are frequent visitors to The Weatherspoon Art Museum as well as members. It’s a place we often call our second home. We both share an interest in comic, horror, boundary-pushing art as well as Surrealism, so when we heard about the Trenton Doyle Hancock exhibition and saw a few
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The Creative Center: Greensboro’s Best-Kept Arts Secret

Mar 5th, 2012 | By
The Creative Center

ShareTweet There’s a thriving arts community on 900 Sixteenth Street that many people in Greensboro have never heard of called The Creative Center. Originally called The Sanctuary, and then The Greensboro School of Creativity, it was founded in December, 2005 by Chip Bristol. Bristol’s goal was to provide a place of safety for people, and
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