Durham Holiday Art Walk installations

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If you are like us, over here at the Clarion Content, and you just can’t enough Durham, we have a few more nuggets for you. Durham’s Holiday Art Walk installations were an amazing celebration of our city and public art. We were resplendent.

We would like to offer our grateful thanks to all the artists who participated, the Durham Arts Council, the Durham Storefront Project and all the local businesses and citizens who found a way to be involved.

If you just showed up and looked at the art, you count! You were a member of the audience, one of those who made clear, our city is the kind of place where we do this stuff and folks appreciate it.

Here courtesy of Scenes from my Lunch Hour are a few more shots of some of those installations.

Taken out of context, fallen from their perch, the nests represent the idea of impermanence—Cici Stevens


From Cici Stevens installation in the former Baldwin Furniture space
Photo by Scenes from my Lunch Hour

Masks have a story to tell rather than an identity to hide—Helen Seebold


From Helen Seebold installation at #108 Morris Street
Photo by Scenes from my Lunch Hour


From Helen Seebold installation at #108 Morris Street
Photo by Scenes from my Lunch Hour

Treat yourself to a celebration of families and food by Catherine Howard


From Catherine Howard installation at Scratch Bakery
Photo by Scenes from my Lunch Hour


From Catherine Howard installation at Scratch Bakery
Photo by Scenes from my Lunch Hour

Aaron Mandel
Editor in Chief at Clarion Content
Aaron Mandel is a writer and an accomplished public speaker. He is the editor and publisher of the Clarion Content, a multimedia and consulting company. For more than five years, the Clarion Content’s media arm, under Mandel’s direction, has covered Durham’s arts, politics, music, and cultural milieu. From breaking news stories to the hottest local acts, the Clarion Content is on the scene.

Mandel has been published in the Raleigh News and Observer, produced numerous art shows, and was recently a featured speaker at “The State of Publishing” conference held in Durham, NC.

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