The Town of Cary presents regular art exhibitions in its facilities. The public is invited to view the works of accomplished area and regional artists on display during the facilities’ regular public hours. Opening receptions offer a chance to meet the artists and join others in the exciting unveiling of new works. Refreshments are provided.
- Cary Arts Center | 101 Dry Ave. | (919) 469-4069
- Page Walker Arts & History Center | 119 Ambassador Loop | (919) 460-4963
- Cary Senior Center | 120 Maury O’Dell Pl. in Bond Park | (919) 469-4081
- Herbert C. Young Community Center | 120 Wilkinson Ave. | (919) 460-4965
- Town Hall | 316 North Academy St. | (919) 469-4061
- Bond Park Community Center | Bond Park | (919) 462-3970
ASAP Opening Reception and Tours
June 8 | 6 - 9 p.m. |Cary Arts Center, downtown Cary.
Take a tour down Academy Street to view downtown Cary’s latest installment of artwork!
Tour begins at the Cary Arts Center with a brief Juror’s remarks and artist recognition ceremony promptly at 6:15 p.m., followed by progressive tours of the newest art installments along Academy Street. Food provided.
ASAP (Academy Street Artwork Projects) is a sculpture and project initiative to enhance the identity and image of downtown Cary as a civic and cultural destination for residents, visitors and businesses while preserving and enlivening Cary’s senses of place. “Music, Dance and Poetry” was selected as the 2018-2019 theme for the streetscape artwork to reflect Cary’s unique relationship to its most precious resource- the arts. A procession of temporary artworks along Academy Street is designed to encourage walking tours of the downtown cultural destination.
Opening Reception hosted by program partner CVA (Cary Visual Art)
The following is a list of the artists and their artworks that will be exhibited:
Helen Lessick | “The Arbor Anime (Dance of the Trees)”
Jim Gallucci | “Oak Leaf Shade Bench”
Ray Katz | “Geometric Construction”
Jacob Burmood | “Depth of Form”
Adam Walls | “Memory Bomb”
Bryant Holsenbeck | “Dancing in Place”
Hanna Jubran | “Celestial Motion”
Cary Art Loop
Cary Art Loop highlights Triangle arts & culture in the Cary area offering extended hours for participating art galleries, restaurants, coffee houses, and other businesses that showcase art, music and more!
Final Fridays of the month from 6-9 p.m.
Call for Artists
The Town of Cary announces solo and group art exhibition opportunities at Page Walker Arts & History Center, Cary Arts Center and other facilities around town. Artists working in any medium are invited to submit an application anytime.
Application deadlines are February 1 and August 1.
Public Art Coordinator