Through Eyes of My Own: An Exhibit Exploring Identity
Durham Arts Council, Inc
120 Morris Street
Monday-Saturday 9am-9pm, Sunday 1pm-6pm
This exhibit is focused on identity- the exploration of identity, the development of identity, and the importance of identity in every day life. The exhibit features work from over 50 young Triangle artists and it was curated by the Nasher Teen Council, a group of Durham high school students who meet to discuss art, make art, and connect and work with each other and the local art community. Check out the work of our talented young area artists, and who knows- maybe you’ll see the art of the next O’Keeffe or Pollock!
“On Floating Features, the band take classic psych attributes—dreamy melodies, swirling vocals, surf riffs—and repurpose them to create a collection that is classic, but also current, placing their distinctly modern perspective squarely in the limelight.”
Listen for yourself: http://luzer.online/listen
Eerie describes his music as “Psych pop with deep grooves and endless ego deaths!”
Find out what that means: https://timothyeerie.bandcamp.com/releases
From their own intriguing biography: https://facebook.com/findstevie/
“What happens when a track team dropout, a queer church camp reject, and a bookworm walk onto a stage? They form a band, duh.
Stevie is a three-piece garage-pop band from Durham, NC featuring current and former members of Daddy Issues, The Trashettes, and Case Sensitive.
Navigating heartbreak, garage rock traditions, and finding their voice in a loud world, Stevie’s music makes you feel your feelings and move your butt. They’re recording their first EP in June with Ian Rose of Natural Causes, and it’s sure to be a party.
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