According to The Carrack’s press release, “Community Color celebrates just that: the colorful community of artists, art-lovers, supporters and visionary individuals in the Durham art community…”
In the past year, The Carrack has hosted twenty-four solo exhibits, ten group exhibits and four open call community shows, plus a huge range of cultural events including film, poetry, music, public readings and more.
The gift that this space and its owner-operators have given our community has immeasurably enriched us all.
Time to give back, Durham.
Their schedule of events for the week is as follows…
On October 5th, from 7pm-10pm… the Opening Reception for Community Color with DJ Mike B
On October 6th, all day, 10am-4pm… Create with the Carrack with live music by Anna Rose Beck, Jay Hammond and Scarlet Virgina
On October 7th, 12pm-5pm… the dtownMARKET will be at The Carrack with live music by Curtis Eller
On October 8th, 8pm… Orangutan Swing and The Carrack co-host “The State of Publishing” at Mercury Studio
On October 9th, at 6pm… The Carrack has booked a group tour of the historic renovations at #106 West Parrish Street
On October 10th, 7pm… The Carrack will host a site-specific dance performance by Alexis Mastromichalis
On October 11th, 7.30pm…. The Carrack will co-host a Poetry Showcase and Open Mic with Dasan Ahanu
On October 12th, 8pm… The Carrack will have live music with Jay Manley
And as a Grand Finale, on October 13th…
The Carrack will hold a “Gala and Art Auction” hosted by New York Times bestselling author and the founder of Duke’s Center for Advanced Hindsight, Dan Ariely. Ariely will be hosting a special art auction flavored with his unique brand of behavioral economic insight. 100% of the auction proceeds will go towards funding The Carrack in 2013. The evening includes a fun interactive talk and demonstration on international auction practices.
Tickets available here.