The Caswell Council for the Arts would like to recognize and thank The Womack Foundation for their generous support in helping us to bring out the best in our youth through the arts.
The Caswell Council for the Arts presents a Gospel Music Showcase featuring performances by NC Music Hall of Fame Inductees "Sensational Nightingales," plus The Legendary Silver Stars of Blanch, NC, Second Chance Bluegrass, and Called Out.
Join us for a variety of gospel styles and traditions as we begin our "Southern Roots Series" showcasing, celebrating, and educating on the rich tradition of music at the roots of southern culture.
Caswell County Civic Center
Saturday, May 5th
5pm (doors open at 4pm)
Tickets are only $10 in advance/ $12 at the door. Seating is general admission. Click on the "register" button to the left to purchase tickets online or call us at (336) 694-4474.
Tickets can also be purchased at our gallery at 43W. Main St. during gallery hours (Tues - Fri 10-2)
20% discount offered for groups of 10 or more. Please call the gallery at (336) 694-4474 for group ticket discount.
Please join us for an opening reception to present the works of photographers Glenna Graves and Von Wellington. Light refreshments will be served. The exhibit will remain on display until June 14th. All are invited to join us.
Please join us for a presentation & discussion led by Donna Wesley Spencer
Wed, May 30th 5pm—Light refreshments to follow
Admission is free. All are invited to attend.
Donna Wesley Spencer is a photographer and founding member of Perspective Gallery in Evanston, IL. She spends part of her time in Caswell County. Her current project is called “A Southern Diary”. Although she has spent most of her adult life in the Chicago area, she grew up in the South.
She describes her work as follows: “I have Master’s degree in English but also studied Art History and photography, and I think of literature, history and art history as foundational to my photography. All of my projects have related to history in some way – personal or cultural. I have been working on “A Southern Diary” for the last 4 years, making work in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia. I am especially interested at this point in making photographs in Caswell and surrounding counties.” Her work can be seen at DonnaWesleySpencer.com.
Caswell Council for the Arts" is a 501(c)3non-profit organization.
Our mission: To increase arts awareness, educate our citizenry, provide positive opportunities for exposure to the arts, and to nurture local creative expression.
43 West Main StreetYanceyville, NC 27379(336) 694-4474
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 689Yanceyville, NC 27379