Mooresville Arts has launched a Matching Campaign to remodel the historic depot warehouse, making it a useable space 12-months a year. With the renovation of the warehouse, we will expand classes, children’s camps, workshops, events, and increase our gallery space. We will further our support for the artists, patrons and the community we serve. We’re working toward that goal, and the good news is, we’re slowly realizing our dream, but we need your immediate help. Whether you are an artists, or a patron of the arts, your consideration and generosity are much appreciated.
MOORESVILLE – Think of your typical Halloween party – bowls of candy, a few jack-o’-lanterns and maybe some “Monster Mash” playing in the background..... Read Article here:
La Mia Nipotina has been selected as part of The National Juried Art Exhibit at the Academy Center for the Arts in Lynchburg, VA. Laura McManus, teacher and Curator of Education at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College is the juror. The show juried art from an eclectic mix of painting, sculpture, printmaking, fiber, glass ceramics, wood, metal and mixed media. The exhibit runs from April 6th to the 28th.
Watch WNCTV, Carolina Weekend, on May 24th for the piece about Plein Air. They were here filming last year and you just may see yourself! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3adTQkkwZ0
Read the article in Mooresville Tribune about our presentation to the town:
Embrace the Arts issue.
Features an ad and list of activities
Pages 43-44, 47
The Mooresville Arts Center is holding its first multicultural exhibit
Mooresville Arts President, Jessica DeHart, made a presentation to the Town Commissioners.
Youth Art Show was in the Mooresville Tribune. Congratulations to all the winners!
Article on our Art After Dark Halloween party