Events

Events

Feb
7
Tue
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 7 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
8
Wed
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 8 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
9
Thu
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 9 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
10
Fri
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 10 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Meet the Artist behind the Frogs…Opening Reception: Disappearing Frogs Project @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 10 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

With a potential extinction at hand, artists can be a bridge to promote public awareness. This exhibition uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public the importance of the global decline of amphibian populations.
Join us in the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery and meet Terry Thirion, Artist & DFP Founder.

Opening Reception: Local Color @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 10 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

“ALL COLORS ARE THE FRIENDS OF THEIR NEIGHBORS AND THE LOVERS OF THEIR OPPOSITES.” – MARC CHAGALL
Color. There is no one way to use it. Simply through color, an artist can evoke strong emotions and create deep meaning in their work. On a color wheel, opposing colors are considered complementary. In a painting, neighboring colors often energize one another. In a work of art, a single color can tell a profound story, many colors together can make a powerful statement. In a sense it is a community of individuals working in harmony, not unlike our own.
FRANK gallery is pleased to present Local Color, an exhibition showcasing our diverse range of work by our talented community of artists. Each piece has been chosen based on one of the most basic concepts of artmaking – color. This group show features painting, drawing, photography, mixed media, woodwork, and more, by our renowned collective of local and regional artists. Based on the theme of color, we will not only be presenting a range of works, styles, and prices, but will be creating a visual masterpiece curated by our outstanding FRANK Curatorial Committee.

Feb
11
Sat
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 11 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
12
Sun
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 12 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
14
Tue
Valentines Day w/ Live Music (Paint Your Valentine 6-8) @ West End Wine Bar
Feb 14 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

PLAY WITH MY HEART
$35/ person includes 1 glass of wine (2 hour class)
Paint and drink wine with your lovers and friends, why not even with your enemies? Art & wine bring people together! Valentines Day theme “Play with My Heart” is a mixed media, collage and paint, piece on canvas. Awesome, artsy,eclectic wine bar with a lounge feel. Space is limited please RSVP. Includes all supplies & 1 glass of wine! Stay after while your valentines dry to enjoy live music, film Noir, awesome desserts and cocktails. For Heart givers & breakers 21 & over.
LIVE MUSIC
Stay and let your valentine dry for Music with Local Singer, Songwriter Chris Bonelli, Film Noir, decadent desserts & fun cocktails!

Feb
15
Wed
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 15 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
16
Thu
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 16 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
17
Fri
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 17 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
18
Sat
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 18 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
19
Sun
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 19 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).

Feb
22
Wed
Disappearing Frogs Appearing at FRANK Gallery @ FRANK Gallery
Feb 22 all-day

Feb. 7-March 4

The world’s frog population is disappearing and yet many of us know little about these amphibians’ risk for extinction. A traveling art exhibition at FRANK Gallery in Chapel Hill, NC aims to change that, using art to illuminate this environmental issue.
Beginning February 7 through March 4 the FRANK Gallery hosts the Disappearing Frogs Project, a regional effort that uses art as a vehicle to communicate to the public this important message: Amphibians are critical to the health of our planet and ultimately to the health of humankind.
Distinctive amphibian inspired artwork created by local and regional artists will fill the Michael and Laura Brader-Araje Community Outreach Gallery. Mediums will include works on paper, photography, clay, jewelry, and more. All works will be available for sale with proceeds benefiting the Amphibian Survival Alliance, (ASA).