AUGUST 2017 - JANUARY 2018
The Triangle Community Foundation and the Durham Art Guild present “Hometown (Inherited)” featuring a mixed media documentary project by DAG member artist Moriah LeFebvre. LeFebvre has spent the past three years examining the changing face of Durham in this series where she captures transitional moments by photographing local parents and their children in locations that are in a state of flux.
Public reception: Sept. 20 from 4:00-6:30pm
Image: “Liberty Cafe” by Moriah LeFebvre / Artist Website: moriahlefebvre.com / #hometowninherited
The Triangle Community Artists Gallery, housed within the Foundation’s office space in partnership with the Durham Art Guild, will host juried artwork from local artists for periods of six months at a time. The Triangle Community Foundation believes that a vibrant arts and cultural community is one of the region’s greatest assets. The arts provide meaningful connections and communications between individuals, our community and our great region.
Exhibition is viewable by appointment. Please call the Foundation at 919.474.8370 to make arrangements.
Triangle Community Artists Gallery Triangle Community Foundation 800 Park Offices Dr, Suite 201, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
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