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Hopscotch Music Festival - Raleigh, NC
Hopscotch Music Festival has been committed to bringing top-shelf national talent from numerous genres to the thriving community of downtown Raleigh, North Carolina.
Originally formed by the Independent Weekly's musical directors Grayson Currin and Greg Lowenhagen, Hopscotch has recently taken on a life of it's own. Guided by thoughtful / forward thinking programming and a belief that providing a comfortable environment for the artists would inspire their best work, the Hopscotch Music Festival guarantees an amazing weekend for music lovers of all kinds. The addition of the Hopscotch Design Fest and some incredible Hopscotch music festival day parties mean the fun comes in all forms. Check out previous lineups and a few Hopscotch festival reviews and you'll be booking your tickets in no time.
SPARKcon - Raleigh, NC
A small festival produced by a non-profit creativity incubator aims to set the city ablaze with talent.
SPARKcon strives to be a hub of creativity, art & design in the City of Oaks. For four days It fills the city with passionate artists, musicians, dancers, film producers, fashion designers and more. It's goal is to be an annual creative explosion every third weekend of September in Raleigh, NC.
First Night Raleigh
First Night Raleigh - If you're looking for the best New Years Eve Raleigh, NC party? Look No Further. The home of the legendary Acorn Drop, live music, & more.
First Night Raleigh is Raleigh's largest New Years Eve celebration. It's an all-day festival occupying downtown's Fayetteville Street and much of the surrounding area. The party highlights local arts, celebrates the coming year, culminates in a live show, and features the traditional Raleigh Acorn Drop.
The AIANC Center
An incredible modern design accross from Peace College now houses the North Carolina AIA.
The North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects is the recognized advocate for the architectural profession in this state. With a membership of 2,200, AIA North Carolina includes nearly 80 percent of the state's resident architects. Membership has increased dramatically, from 215 in 1955 and 695 in 1975.
Ardent in Acrylic
5/7/10 Alexandra Rose - Raleigh, NC
Local artist Alexandra Rose debuts a new "love inspired" collection @ Noir Bar entitled "Ardent in Acrylic". I've captured a few photos from the event, but they pale in comparison to the talent this artist processes.
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