Downtown Morganton Third Thursday Art Crawls

Thursdays, July 19  &  September 20
5 until 7:30PM

Join us as we bring together downtown businesses, artists, and you!
From 5 until 7:30 on Thursday, JULY 19, visit these local art galleries. 

  • Hamilton Williams Gallery:  Glasswork by featured artist Ben Elliott and a sneak peak of paintings from Phil Watford’s upcoming show, Big Fish.”  Light Refreshments.  403 E. Union St.
  • Art in the Hall: Morganton City Hall, Nancy Hilliard Joyce and Nelson Brookshire, featured artists.  Refreshments from the Community House will be served.   City Hall, 305 E. Union St.  Suite A100.

  • “Gifted”, A Pop-Up Shop: .  Join this pop-up shop for pre-made jewelry or create a piece of your own!  Morganton Trading Company Bldg A Lobby (305 E. Union)

  • Burke Arts Council: The WNC Glass Artists and Ralph Daher’s Photography.  Light refreshments.  Music will be provided by Bobbie Snakes  115 E. Meeting Street.  Plus Special guest Artist Jim Cates with his one-of-a-kind original art!

  • Sketch Art Space:  Featuring children’s artwork from our first two summer art camps in the gallery, as well as hosting Adventure Bound Books for our third Book Art Club, a drop off art & literacy program for children from 6-7.  114 N. Sterling St.

  • West Union Art Studios will feature handmade jewelry made by Emily Coster.  Light refreshments  113 W. Union St.

  • Art & Soul: Miniature painter, Catherine Bruggeman will be on hand.  Light refreshments.  106 W. Union St.

  • OSuzannah’s: Join us for a fun evening  and learn about the ancient process of dyeing with  indigo, a natural dye which has been used for at least 6,000 years to color textiles beautiful shades of blue. We will be demonstrating this fascinating process and share a bit of the history and magic that is indigo.  Light refreshments.  130 W. Union St.

  • Oak Hill Iron Gallery & Showroom: Dean Curfman, artist.  Plus… Guest Artist Tom Denne, woodworker.  Light refreshments.  107 S. King St.

  • CoMMA Gallery: “Art Responds to History” – a group show inspired by stories from the Holocaust.  Light refreshments.  401 S. College Street