Through Our Eyes with Dr. Bill Guillory

Friday, February 8, 2019, 6-8pm, Paramount Theater, “Through Our Eyes” is an historical and cultural storytelling of African Americans’ contribution to Farmville during the 1950’s and 1960’s. This event will be facilitated by Dr. Bill Guillory, one of the most dynamic transformational speakers, conference and seminar facilitators of our time. The sessions will be videoed and documented in a publication preserving the legacy of the rich history of Farmville’s African Americans. This event is free and open to the public; 3723 Main Street, Farmville, NC

John Dupree & Michael Horne: Artists of the Month

John Dupree and Michael Horne will open their Farmville Artist of the Month Exhibit & Reception on Feb. 7 at 5:30 in the DeVisconti Fine Art and Event Center located at 3732 W. Wilson St.

Please join us for this celebration of art in the Farmville community!

Artwork by Michael Horne
Artwork by John Dupree

 

Cool John Ferguson LIVE AT THE FCAC

We are thrilled to announce that through a generous grant from the NC Arts Council’s Grassroots program, we have received funding to bring two Music Maker performing artists for two live performances in our theatre. For the first artist in our series, we are excited to welcome Cool John Ferguson to the Paramount Theatre on Saturday, March 16th at 7pm!

Read more about the Music Maker Relief Foundation: https://musicmaker.org/

Tickets are $10 for FCAC members, and $12 for nonmembers. This event is sure to be a sell out! Get your ticket today by clicking here:

https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=d43b36378510ece62810741c2dba062b

Sheila Turnage Book Talk & Signing

Thursday, January 24, 2019, 5:30-7pm at the DeVisconti Event Center (next to the GlasStation), 3732 W. Wilson St, Farmville.

Join us for a wonderful evening of Book Talk & Signing with local award-winning author, Sheila Turnage.  She will discuss her latest book, and the final segment of the Mo and Dale mystery adventures,  The Law of Finders, Keepers.  She will also sign her books.

Books will be for sale throughout the event by Farmville Furniture.  A partial portion of the sales will be contributed to the building fund for the Farmville Public Library.

Annual FCAC Membership Meeting

Thursday, January 31, 2019, 5:30pm at the Paramount Theatre, located at 3732 N. Main St., Farmville, NC

RSVP by January 25 by calling 252.753.3832 or email info@farmvillearts.org

Hors d’ oeuvres-Entertainment-Business Meeting

All current members are eligible to vote at the annual meeting.  If you have not renewed your annual membership for 2019, you may do so by mailing a check, payable to FCAC, PO Box 305, Farmville, NC, 27828; or online at www.farmvillearts.org; or in person on Jan. 31 prior to the meeting.

Visions of Renewal: Inspired Work about Healing & Recovery Surrounding the Opioid Epidemic

Thursday, January 17, 2019, 5:30pm
Artist Holly Roddenberry, Pitt County Coalition on Substance Abuse, The East Carolina ArtSpace, and FCAC will sponsor “Visions of Renewal: Inspired Work about Healing & Recovery Surrounding the Opioid Epidemic” at the East Carolina ArtSpace, 3747 South Main Street, Farmville.
This exhibit and discussion will focus on Holly’s art, the impact of the current Opioid Epidemic, and the role of art and faith in recovery.

Lisette Fee, Artist of the Month

Lisette Fee, Jeweler, is the Farmville Community Arts Council’s Artist of the Month.

Join us on Sunday, January 6, 12:30pm-2pm, for a reception honoring Lisette, at the old Elks Lodge that has been newly renovated and is now “3856 South on Main”.

Tim Sutton Trio—December 18, 7pm

Second Annual Christmas on Main Street December 18, 7pm, Paramount Theater

The Farmville Arts Council is pleased to invite the public to celebrate the rich and joyous sounds of the Christmas season with its second annual presentation of “Christmas on Main Street” The event will take place at 7pm, Tuesday December 18th, 2018, at the Paramount Theater, 3723 Main Street in Farmville, N.C.

Jill Howell, Dana Sawrey, and Tim Sutton (Tim Sutton Trio) will be joined by Nicole Chestnut, Ernest Silver, and 11-year old vocal sensation Mallory Flowers showcasing  an elegant arrangement of all your holiday favorites.

Tim Sutton Trio will be performing Christmas songs from their new  12-song Christmas CD project Noel, produced by Grammy award winner and Gaither Homecoming Artist Wesley Pritchard.

The idea behind “Christmas on Main Street” is to offer patrons the opportunity  to enjoy a delightful concert full of familiar tunes and grand classics that blend beautifully into the atmosphere of the season.

Individual tickets ($10 advance/ $15 at door) for this special concert go on sale November 15th and can be purchased online by clicking HERE:

https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=f843af3ecde03be866685fd104d4ec79 

There is a $2 surcharge for any ticket purchased online. A limited number of paper tickets will be available at area merchants prior to Dec 18 (no surcharge for a paper ticket). Don’t delay…purchase your tickets today!

 

Artist of the Month

STUART SCHUCKMAN, visual artist

FCAC Artist of the Month for November

Thursday, November 15, 5:30-7pm, East Carolina ArtSpace

3747 Main Street, Farmville

You are invited to the Opening Reception for our November Artist of the Month, Stuart Schuckman.  Raised mainly in Wilmington, he has been drawing ever since he picked up a crayon.  Throughout high school he concentrated on pen & ink expressions but turned to watercolor and eventually gouache in his late teens.  He is building up his technical knowledge of landscapes, portraits, comic book-inspired art, fantasy, sci-fi, and superheroes. You may contact Stuart at s.schuckman86@yahoo.com

Coleen Starling, owner and baker of Cafe Madeleine will provide the refreshments along with the FCAC.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE VENUE HAS BEEN CHANGE TO THE EAST CAROLINA ARTSPACE ON MAIN STREET.