Arts of the Pamlico NEWS

Sponsorships Sought to Bring Back Wildlife Arts Festival

The Arts of the Pamlico (AOP) at the Turnage Theatre is working with community partners to bring back the East Carolina Wildlife Arts Festival in downtown Washington next February. Would you be interested in supporting this event? Maybe donate a raffle prize? A...

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Regional Artist Grants Due 9/8/17

Due September 8, 2017: Regional Artist Project Grant funds are intended to provide financial support to a broad range of exceptionally talented visual, performing, literary and inter-disciplinary artists by funding a project that will have a significant impact on the...

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Writers group launches anthology competition

Writers group launches anthology competition Published 8:30 pm Wednesday, July 19, 2017 - Washington Daily News The members of Pamlico Writers Group are looking for a few good stories. The group launched its 2018 anthology competition on July 15, and until Sept. 30,...

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Why I love Washington

Why I love Washington

Debra Torrence, Executive Director - Arts of the Pamlico By Debra Torrence Art creates opportunities to visualize, create, and express ideas. It creates community, beautifies our surroundings, inspires and informs us, and so much more. I love Washington for supporting...

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Arts of the Pamlico launches summer feeding program

Arts of the Pamlico launches summer feeding program

Arts of the Pamlico launches summer feeding program Published 7:10 pm Monday, May 29, 2017 Arts of the Pamlico is heading into the summer season with a new campaign — one that will combine serving meals and creating art. Summer may mean a break from school, but for...

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Council revives commemorative brick campaign

Council revives commemorative brick campaign

Council revives commemorative brick campaign Published 5:45 pm Monday, May 22, 2017 Stand in front of the Turnage Theatre and what one sees is a piece of Washington history, an early 20th-century venue impeccably restored to its former glory. Look down, however, and...

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Northside film students to premiere feature-length film

Northside film students to premiere feature-length film

Northside film students to premiere feature-length film It’s a mystery — an independent film that follows a group of high schoolers as they get to the bottom of a local legend. It’s no mystery, however, that a group of high school students, 24 strong, put in...

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Downtown Washington Now Alight with Creativity

Downtown Washington Now Alight with Creativity

Downtown Washington now alight with creativity Art is creeping up the alleyways of Washington courtesy of a City of Washington grant and Arts of the Pamlico. The recently installed work by artists Maryalice Johnston and Allan Weaver is part of a $10,000 Main Street...

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