Art for Vade Mecum The Stokes County Arts Council will host an exhibit “Art for Vade Mecum” in the Apple Gallery June 21st through July 25th. An opening reception is planned for Friday, June 23, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Stokes County Arts Council, 500 N. Main Street, Danbury, North Carolina. The
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Bridle to be featured in the Apple Gallery The Stokes County Arts Council will feature artist Ken Bridle’s exhibit May 24th through June 20th. The theme of this exhibit is “Watercolor on Masa!” An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 26th, 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Apple Gallery, 500 N. Main
The Apple Gallery undergoing renovations currently. We found original hardwood under the carpeted middle area! The old finish is being sanded down to match up with the color of The Arts Place next door. Look at the new awesome wood grain paneling that isn’t fake imitation stuff like we had before.
The Apple Gallery is undergoing renovations. Tentatively the offices will move back and reopen in late February and the gallery will start having shows in March. Keep your eyes on the facebook page and this website for current information. le
We wanted to remind everyone that our current Arts Council offices in Danbury, NC at 500 North Main Street are temporarily closed due to additional renovations that were unexpected. All gallery shows and programming at the office are suspended till further notice. You can find the Arts Council at their temporary offices located on the
Constance D. French to exhibit in the Apple Gallery The Stokes County Arts Council will feature the exhibit of artist Constance French during the months of June/July 2016. French utilizes a variety of mediums with this exhibit of mostly oils or oils with acrylic, with hints of pencil and ink. Constance states “I draw what
Board Members Amanda Gordon and Ellen Peric announced the winners of the 2016 Stokes County Arts Council Art Scholarship during the student art exhibit opening reception at the Apple Gallery in Danbury on Friday, April 8th. Winners of the 2016 Stokes Arts Scholarships are Colin T. Anderson, a senior at North Stokes High School, $500;