BookArt by Hope to attend September festival

The Kannapolis Arts crew would like to welcome artist Hope Holmes to the September 27 Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival in downtown Kannapolis.

“Hope Holmes is a self-made artist whose experience includes the crafting of her own toys at the age of six. In addition, to homemade toys, she enjoyed an unconventional childhood in Stratford, Connecticut, as well as short stints abroad in Germany and the U.K. Holmes now resides in small town North Carolina where she creates her up-cycled art at a hectic, but leisurely pace.”

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Want to be a washer wench? Auditions this Saturday!

The Carolina Renaissance Festival’s Village Washer Wenches are holding auditions for new wenches and here is how you can learn to become one.

Audition will be held Saturday June 28th at Petra’s Piano Bar. Doors will open at 10 a.m., auditions will begin at 10:30 a.m.

Audition open to females ages 18 and up, though 21 and up is strongly preferred. We request that only auditionees attend. (more…)

Taking submissions for September art gallery crawl in Kannapolis

The Downtown Kannapolis Store Window Art Gallery Crawl is a taking art submissions for its September installation. The showcase series and is scheduled to be a monthly art demonstration in the store windows in downtown Kannapolis, on West Avenue. (more…)

From dinosaurs to dogs Bailey Wingler paints in bright colors

Bailey Wingler is one of the artists whose work is on display for the June installation of the Downtown Kannapolis Store Window Art Gallery Crawl which are in the store windows on West Avenue, Kannapolis. Her pieces will be on display until the next art installation, which changes over on July 7.

Here are a few of her thoughts on her art form:


Natural light photographer tries to capture what he feels

Kannapolis based photographer David Roman specializes in natural light photography. He will be a guest at the May 31 Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 31, in downtown Kannapolis, N.C.

Here are Roman’s thoughts on photography: (more…)

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