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    North Carolina Heritage through the Arts

    Ages: K-6th Grades

    Dates & Times: July 18-22, 9am-4pm

    Tuition & Registration Fee: Enroll with PCC Register Here!

    Location: Greenville Museum of Art 802 S. Evans Street Greenville, NC 27858 and MAEC!

    Begin at GMOA & end the day with MAEC

     

    Ages: 6th – 12th Grades

    Dates & Times: July 25-29th, 9am-4pm

    Tuition & Registration Fee: Enroll with PCC Register Here!

    Location: Greenville Museum of Art 802 S. Evans Street Greenville, NC 27858 and MAEC!

    Begin at MAEC & end the day with GMOA

     

     

    Embark on a journey through North Carolina, discovering great contemporary and traditional arts offerings from around the state through drawing, painting, mixed media and sculpture; storytelling; music making; and creative movement. Discover visual art and music that has North Carolina roots by experiencing the many artists who call NC home.

    Explore North Carolina Craft from functional Native American Pottery to contemporary high end jewelry making. Craft and art has been at the center of North Carolina life for centuries, whether made by Native Americans, early Moravian immigrants to the Piedmont region, potters in the Catawba Valley and Seagrove areas, or enthusiasts who “rediscovered” art in the last century.

    Uncover an exciting world of music, especially jazz, rhythm and blues, funk, gospel, blues, church music, rap, country music, ballad singing, Cherokee Music, mountain swing, shape-note singing, marching bands and beach music in our own counties of Eastern North Carolina, as well as through Central North Carolina and the Mountain Region. North Carolina’s abundance of native artists and musicians is one of the state’s best kept secrets. Make your connection to NC arts!