NC Arts Council Artist Fellowship Award Exhibition

On view through April 27, 2014

NC Arts Council Artist Fellowship show

Since the inception of the fellowship program in 1980, the North Carolina Arts Council has worked with museums and galleries across the state to host an exhibition and produce a catalogue of visual, craft, and film/video fellowship recipients. The exhibition at CAM Raleigh will feature the work of nine visual artists, four craft artists, and two film/video artists selected for the 2012-13 awards:

Ryan Buyssens, sculptor, Charlotte
Notasia DeRubertis, narrative filmmaker, Durham
Travis Donovan, installation artist, Chapel Hill
Scott Hazard, sculptor, Raleigh
Brandon Jones, designer/sculptor, Greensboro
Becky and Steve Lloyd, ceramists, Clyde
David McConnell, sound sculptor/installation artist, Raleigh
Daniel Nevins, painter, Asheville
Marek Ranis, experimental/video artist, Charlotte
Dana Raymond, sculptor, Garner
Amanda Small, ceramist, Chapel Hill
Tracy Spencer-Stonestreet, sculptor, Greensboro
Leigh Suggs, fiber artist, Carrboro
Sarah West, metal artist, Asheville
Jeff Whetstone, experimental filmmaker, Durham

About the NC Arts Council Artist Fellowship

The North Carolina Arts Council awards artist fellowships in the categories of visual art, craft, film/video, choreography, prose writing, poetry, playwriting/screenwriting, musical composition, and songwriting, alternating disciplines on a two-year cycle. Artists receive a $10,000 fellowship to support creative development and the creation of new work. Recipients are selected by panels comprised of artists and arts professionals with expertise in each discipline. Since the inception of the program in 1980, the Arts Council has made over 550 awards to North Carolina recipients, helping to nurture the state’s creative sector by investing in some of its most talented artists.

About The North Carolina Arts Council

The North Carolina Arts Council works to make North Carolina The Creative State where a robust arts industry produces a creative economy, vibrant communities, children prepared for the 21st century and lives filled with discovery and learning. The Arts Council accomplishes this in partnership with artists and arts organizations, other organizations that use the arts to make their communities stronger and North Carolinians—young and old—who enjoy and participate in the arts. For more information visit www.ncarts.org.