Arts of the Pamlico's Weekly Update - May 24, 2017 | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    The BCTMA, I.C. Improv and Rob Mallison filled out the bill for this past Friday's Pamlico Sounds. Music and laughter filled the gallery as onlookers were able to enjoy traditional music, Improv comedy, and R&B music. Saturday afternoon AOP screened Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides to a captive group. Captain Jack tangled with the fierce Blackbeard in this film, set to excite franchise fans before the new Pirates of the Caribbean debuts this weekend. Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the events!

$5 Friday Theater for Kids

    3-5 pm Come join Dylan for theater fun and games on Friday afternoons. Learn how much the theater can be!

Call for Artists for Member Art Exhibit!

    Calling all AOP artist members: AOP's annual member exhibit will be accepting submissions for this annual show beginning May 25 through May 30. Please note AOP is closed on Mondays. Then mark your calendar too and plan to join us for the members exhibit opening reception on June 1 from 5:30 - 7 PM at the Historic Turnage Theatre.

    The exhibit will be on display and open to the public from June 2 - June 27

Community Theater Tickets on sale now!

    Both Season Tickets and show tickets for "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" are on sale. Season tickets are $25 and include a ticket, with the date of your choice, to each of the following shows: "I Love You, You Perfect, Now Change" June 9th-11th "The Murder Room" September 8th-10th; and "The Tempest, In Space" November 17th-19th.

    Individual tickets are also on sale for "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change". The musical will run June 9th - 11th. The performance on the 11th is a matinee and will start at 3 pm. Tickets are $10.

    Please contact Virginia at AOP to get your tickets today!

Summer Camp Opportunities!

    As Summer approaches, many of you already know of the camps AOP is offering to kids throughout the summer. We also need volunteers to help with the various camps and a program we are calling Art Nibbles. This program will allow campers to have both breakfast and lunch for camps, as well as make food available to under served children in our area. Along with the food we will be offering a fun daily art project to the kids as well. We need some dedicated volunteers to help make this happen. If you are interested in helping with Art Nibbles, please contact Crystal at and let your availability be known. Summer camps are also a great way to offer scholarships to children who may not have the means to pay for the camps and want to attend. If you are interested in sponsoring a child for camp please let us know.

Not a member? Hurry and join...

    AOP's membership drive is nearing its end. If you have not joined, please take time to consider joining. Along with being kept up to date on events, discounts are made available at certain membership levels, early ticket buying privileges to some events and many other advantages are among several of the advantages membership with AOP will provide. Sign up or renew your membership today, we welcome everyone to become a member of and enjoy being part of AOP.

Don't miss these Open Venues and Upcoming Events:

  • 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
  • Blues and Jazz June 2nd 6:30 pm Free
  • "Twister" starring the late Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt June 2nd 7:30 pm $5

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

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