Listen to David Ford's complete interview with Reynolda House Director of Public Programs Phil Archer.
Coming up August 10–December 8, in the Mary and Charlie Babcock Wing Gallery, Reynolda House Museum of American Art presents "Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life". The exhibition features some of the finest examples of still life—both traditional and some unexpected approaches—from collections across North Carolina. It’s a bountiful exploration of one of art's most popular genres, and how the everyday objects depicted within it continue to capture our imagination. David Ford spoke with Director of Public Programs Phil Archer.
April Waller, is the lead singer, and manager of the April Waller band, one of the only bands to play almost all types of music. That is not the only thing interesting about this North Carolinian band.
WFDD radio camper Jacob Myers recently sat down and interviewed April.
Sue Boggs is an amazing artist, so its hard to believe that she didn't start making art again until she was 40. After more than a decade long break, Sue Boggs enjoys watercolor, tempera painting, and many other forms of art.
WFDD Radio Camper Emma Blanks recently got to speak with her.