Arts of the Pamlico May 10, 2017 Weekly Update | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    The theatre was busy this past weekend from Thursday through the weekend. We saw the opening reception for the African American Heritage Music Trail Exhibit and return of Art Walk this past Thursday, Beaufort County Choral Society's Spring Concert Friday, and the Home school group, T.E.A.C.H, presented their annual play Saturday evening in the theater. There is something for everyone down at AOP! We will see you at the theater!

    Little Art Fundraiser Underway

  • Buy your number now for the annual Little Art Exhibit! Proceeds to benefit children's programming at AOP. The cost for a number is $30 for 1 piece or $100for four numbers. Purchased numbers allow you to collect 8 x 10 donated works by local artists with the matching number! Pick up your works on May 18 at the closing reception.

    Le Moulin Rouge De Danse Recital this weekend May 12 at 7:00 pm, May 13 2pm, 7pm

    Come out and support this performing arts school in their annual recital, entitled "Warped". Many forms of dance will be represented from ballet, contemporary, tap, jazz, acrodance, and more. Ages of performers range from 3 years and up. Admission is free

    $5 Friday Theater for Kids May 12 3pm

    Join Dylan at the theater for an afternoon of learning about theater through games and performance. All this fun only $5

    Broadway on the Big Screen: Billy Elliot May 14 at 3 pm

    A modern-day fairy tale of a young boy who exchanges boxing gloves for ballet shoes Billy's story is set during the 1980's miner's strike in northern England where his determination inspires an entire community. From the creative team behind the original film and music legend Elton John this story of self-discovery determination love and hope is brought to life in this funny uplifting and spectacular experience that you'll want to experience again and again! This show is being presented for free, with a suggested donation of $5. Beverages and snacks will be available for purchase before the start of the event.

    School Night Movie by Northside High's Movie Production Club May 16 6 - 9:00 pm

    AOP is teaming up with Northside High's Movie Production Club to show School Night, a club production at 7 PM. Sodas, water, beer and wine & popcorn for sale. Doors open at 6 PM for this free event so plan to come early and check out the movie memorabilia, the Rock the Pamlico jam in the Turnge Gallery. Then come back the following week for Jennifer Woolard's movie poster exhibit in the Lane Gallery.

    Free Friday - Pamlico Sounds - May 19 6:30 pm

    Join us at AOP on the third Friday of the months of April - September for a rotating showcase of local and regional talent on stage. Suggested donation of $5. Beverages, popcorn and snacks sold before and during event. BCTMA opens the night at 6:30 PM followed by I.C. Comedy improv show. Then, R&B with Danny Mallison starts at 7:30.

    Mary Alice Johnston & Eric Peters Mixed Media Exhibit May 10 - May 31

    Come enjoy the mixed media exhibit of Mary Alice & Eric in the Art Cafe. The multiple arrays of media utilized will prove to offer points of interest and discussion.

    Don't miss these Open Venues:

  • Monday Art: 12 pm - 3 pm
  • Pamlico Writers Group: 2nd and 4th Tuesday Evening 6 p
  • Rock the Pamlico Jam 1st and 3rd Tuesday Evening 6:30 p
  • BCTMA Thursday evening 6:30 p and Saturday Morning Jams 10 a

  • Contact: Arts of the Pamlico
  •     252-946-2504

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