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This contemporary and fine art gallery in the heart of Raleigh’s warehouse district hosts juried art shows, monthly exhibitions by regional artists, and more than 30 resident artists working in 12 studios. The gallery is a great place to get a first-hand look at the local art community. Raleigh residents are encouraged to participate in juries, local artists teach workshops and master classes, and the gallery stays open late during weekend art walk events. A gift shop offers smaller works for sale made by resident artists.
This woman’s art cooperative and gallery focuses on artists in the local community, and exhibits works in a wide range of media on a monthly basis. The gallery is known for helping to organize day-long outdoor painting gatherings, colorful juried shows, and its eclectic studio space. There are studios in every corner of the brick warehouse building where the gallery is housed, along with paintings, jewelry, clothing, prints, and other works of art.
The Visual Art Exchange is a non-profit creativity incubator and art gallery showcasing the work of student and emerging artists. As a vibrant community space the exchange features the works of more than 1000 artists in 60 exhibitions every year, while organizing a host of educational programs, including artist nights, lectures, and workshops. The exhibits are designed to instruct artists how to show and handle their work professionally, and are held in the exchange's Martin Street galleries and other community spaces.
This storefront gallery in the restored historic Mahler Building showcases contemporary art by emerging and established artists on the regional and national level. Though small, the gallery has a nice collection of works in different media, with a focus on photography, prints, paintings, and North Carolina fine crafts. The full service gallery provides art consulting, featured exhibitions, and hosts lectures.
This fine art gallery on the second floor of a historic building is a storehouse of regional and national art in a variety of styles and media. While the gallery focuses on paintings and original prints, it also sells photographs, glass-work, books, and mixed media sculptures of more than 25 artists. Six to eight exhibits are held at Adam Cave every year. Visitors, take note: Adam Cave is home to a beautiful collection of historic 19th and 20th Century American prints.