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FEB 2020 JUN 2020 INTRODUCTION EXHIBITIONS ARTISTS SHOP STUDIOS PA R T I E S + R E N TA L S SUMMER CAMPS F I R S T F R I DAY SUPPORTERS
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WELCOME GreenHill comes out of the gates in 2020 with exciting new initiatives. For the ﬁrst time in nearly 30 years, GreenHill shines a light exclusively on women in our North Carolina Abstract Women Painters exhibition. We’re thrilled to show the contributions of ﬁve outstanding women and excited to offer high-level professional exposure through our programming. Susan Fisher Sterling, Director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC, lectures at GreenHill in March, and Valerie Hillings, North Carolina Museum of Art’s Director, visits us in April. New partners are also enabling us to grow our impact as champions for the artists in our state, notably, the Founding Members of GreenHill’s Women’s Gateway Circle, led by Sue W. Cole and Jackie Wieland, iHeartRadio, and Kara Cox Interiors. PRESENCE – A Figurative Art Survey, sponsored by Lincoln Financial Group, presents over twenty statewide artists of two- and threedimensional ﬁgurative works. Witness how these artists address the human condition and hear their perspectives in a series of talks. You might also try your own hand in a ﬁgure-drawing session, designed for all skill levels. Care to enjoy a special art getaway weekend? Exclusive workshop packages are available now as part of a new collaboration with O’Henry Hotel and Green Valley Grill. Always a favorite with young families, GreenHill’s summer camps are open for registration. Masterpiece Fridays and the Young Artist Kollective await our youngest creators, and wide-ranging workshops, from jewelry-making to tapestry loom weaving, are offered for adults. Talk to us about creating a unique art-making experience for you! Speaking of unique, we love our artist residencies. Stop by the Blue Nook Studio during our dynamic, 10-day, pop-ups with Raman Bhardwaj or Allen Walker. You might also come for the music and stay for the art on First Fridays, which feature free live performances and a cash bar in our gallery. However you choose to engage with us, we welcome your perspectives at GreenHill. If you’re able, reserve May 14 for our most important fundraiser, which we’re introducing as “Gates and Windows”, together with NC Chefs, Joe and Katy Kindred, Nancy and Dennis Quaintance, Print Works Bistro and Proximity Hotel. See our website for further details, and see you soon at GreenHill! Barbara D. Richter | Executive Director + CEO
EXHIBITIONS GreenHill exhibitions advance creative and inclusive thinking by connecting today’s contemporary artists with individuals and communities in unexpected and stimulating ways. Each year GreenHill presents over 150 consequential North Carolina artists from the local, national, and international art scene through our curated, invitational and juried exhibitions. Encouraging diversity of thought and approach, GreenHill’s exhibitions range from retrospectives to small and large group shows focused on a theme or medium. GreenHill’s exhibition gallery is a world-class, light-ﬁlled space that welcomes all viewers to take time to contemplate, engage, or just be inspired.
G A L L E RY H O U R S TUESDAY - THURSDAY + SATURDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM FRIDAY: 10 AM - 5 PM SUNDAY: 2 PM - 5 PM ADMISSION: FREE (SUGGESTED DONATION $6)
KATY MIXON, Flare, 2018, oil on panel, 30 x 33 inches
NORTH CAROLINA WOMEN A B ST R AC T PA I N T E R S EL E AN O R A N NAND, BARBARA ELLIS, C EL IA J O HN SON, KATY MIXON, F EL IC I A VA N BORK FEBRUARY 7 - APRIL 11 GreenHill’s Spring 2020 exhibition focuses on ﬁve of the state’s outstanding women abstract artists. Organized during Women’s History Month, associated programs comprise talks by Eleanor Annand, Katy Mixon, Felicia van Bork. Portfolio reviews and workshops are designed to facilitate professional opportunities for artists. Museum directors, Susan Fisher Sterling of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, based in Washington, DC, and Valerie L. Hillings of the North Carolina Museum Art, will speak about their respective institutions and the contributions of women artists during two public lectures hosted at GreenHill. Sponsored by GreenHill’s newly launched Women’s Gateway Circle, iHeartRadio, Kara Cox Interiors, and Proximity Hotel.
NORTH CAROLINA WOMEN A B ST R AC T PA I N T E R S UP COMI N G P R OGR AM S OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 | 6:00 – 8:30 PM Join us in the gallery for the opening reception of North Carolina Women Abstract Painters with Eleanor Annand, Barbara Ellis, Celia Johnson, Katy Mixon, and Felicia Van Bork. FIRST FRIDAY WITH LIVE MUSIC FROM CARMEN BLISS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 | 6:00 – 8:30 PM Carmen is a singer, songwriter, recording artist and producer. After being a recording artist for many years Carmen began teaching herself to play guitar in 2012. The instrument broke boundaries and enabled creativity for the musician’s writing style. EXCLUSIVE! O.HENRY ARTIST GETAWAY AT GREENHILL SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 | 4:00-6:00 PM As part of O.Henry Hotel’s Art Getaway Package, GreenHill will offer an exclusive guided exploration of ﬁve contemporary artists who dare to imagine new expressions through their work. Guests will enjoy a glass of wine and create dynamic, one-ofa-kind pieces to take home in an Alcohol Ink Workshop that embraces the spirit of fun and experimentation. Package Includes: • One overnight stay in a King room at O.Henry Hotel • Saturday afternoon painting workshop, with take-home piece of art, glass of wine, and private exhibition tour at GreenHill • Transportation to and from the gallery • $20 dining voucher for dinner at Green Valley Grill • A Southern-style breakfast buffet Special rate of $339 (Rate based on double occupancy. Single occupancy available.) For reservations or questions, please call O.Henry Hotel at 336-854-2000. Learn more at ohenryhotel. com/offers.
CELIA JOHNSON, Sciorr , 2018, acrylic on birch panel, 10 x 9 inches
Artist Getaway at O.Henry Hotel
HOW TO MARKET YOUR ART WORKSHOP SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29 | 1:00-4:00 PM Consultant Ryan-Ashley Anderson leads a workshop for artists to hone and update their online presence. Topics include how to develop a strong artist bio and write copy for social media. Registration required. $20 members/ $35 non-members greenhillnc.org/artist-led-workshops FIRST FRIDAY WITH LIVE MUSIC BY DEBBIE THE ARTIST FRIDAY, MARCH 6 | 6:00 – 8:30 PM Live music by Debbie the Artist from 6:30-7:30 PM. Debbie the Artist believes in the power of art and culture to empower marginalized voices. Free and open to the public. Cash bar. Donations appreciated. WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH LECTURE BY NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS DIRECTOR SUSAN FISHER STERLING THURSDAY, MARCH 12 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM GreenHill will celebrate Women’s History Month by hosting a lecture by Susan Fisher Sterling, Director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, based in Washington, DC. Under Sterling’s leadership, NMWA marked its 30th anniversary in 2017. It is the only major museum in the world solely dedicated to advancing women in the arts. With affiliate groups throughout Europe and the Americas, NMWA serves as a vital center for thought leadership, community engagement and social change. Free and open to the public. OPEN NC ART REVIEW | FOCUS ON ABSTRACTION SATURDAY, MARCH 14 | 2:00 -4:00 PM North Carolina artists present their work in pecha kucha format for critique by Edie Carpenter, Director of Artistic and Curatorial Programs, invited curators and artist colleagues. This Open NC Art Review will have a special focus on abstraction. greenhillnc. org/open-nc-art-review1
SUSAN FISHER STERLING, Director National Museum of Women in the Arts
ARTIST TALK | ELEANOR ANNAND AND BARBARA ELLIS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 | 5:30-7:00 PM Join us in the gallery for an artist talk with Barbara Ellis and Eleanor Annand. Ellis will discuss her approach to gestural abstraction. Annand will speak about the relationship between two and three dimensional design in her newest works. ARTIST TALK | FELICIA VAN BORK AND CELIA JOHNSON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 | 5:30-7:00 PM Join us in the gallery for an artist talk with Felicia van Bork and Celia Johnson. Felicia van Bork will present works from her new painting series of collage-based works. Celia Johnson will dicuss her vibrant encaustic paintings on birch panels. Come learn more about these artists and their creative process. FIRST FRIDAY WALK-THROUGH TOUR BY KATY MIXON WITH LIVE MUSIC BY THE BROWN MOUNTAIN LIGHTNING BUGS FRIDAY, APRIL 3 | 5:30 - 6:00 PM (TOUR) 6:30 – 8:30 PM (MUSIC) Join us in the gallery for live music by The Brown Mountain Lightning Bugs, a folk(ish)/Americana group hailing from Winston-Salem. Cash bar. Donations appreciated. LECTURE BY NORTH CAROLINA MUSEUM OF ART EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR VALERIE HILLINGS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8 I 5:30-7:00 PM NC Women Abstract Painters closes with a lecture by the NCMA’s Executive Director Valerie Hillings on new strategic initiatives, including the museum’s Matrons of the Arts. Launched last year, the program highlights female artists from around the world through acquisitions, exhibits, and programming. In doing so, NCMA elevates the meaning of “matron” to champion, friend and leader. Free and open to the public.
ELEANOR ANNAND, Sequence, 2019, cast cotton paper, milk paint and Temporary Monuments, 2019, die-cut and laser cut cardboard forms, paint
VALERIE HILLINGS, Executive Director, North Carolina Museum of Art
BARBARA ELLIS, Falling, acrylic, art crayon, tissue on gallery wrap, 70 X 42 inches
GORDON JAMES, Angels Among Us (detail), oil on wood panel 24 x 48 inches
P R E S E N C E : A F I G U R AT I V E ART SURVEY MAY 1 - JULY 5 PRESENCE is a major survey exhibition of two and three dimensional ﬁgurative works in a range of approaches from realistic to symbolic, used to explore experiences and emotions that reach to the heart of the human condition. The exhibition presents over twenty North Carolina artists from across the state who employ ﬁgurative idioms to see the world and deﬁne man’s role within it. Stylistic variations range from Susannah Zucker’s emotionally charged ceramic sculptures to Bill Bamburger’s whimsical distortions. Sponsored by Lincoln Financial Group and Proximity Hotel.
UP COMI N G P R OGR AM S OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, MAY 1 | 6:00 – 8:30 PM Join us in the gallery for the opening reception of our summer show, PRESENCE: A FIGURATIVE ART SURVEY. Free and open to the public. FIRST FRIDAY WITH LIVE MUSIC BY DAVID RAY CECIL FRIDAY, MAY 1 | 6:30 – 8:30 PM Join us for singer/songwriter David Ray Cecil’s timeless melodies and poetic truths at the First Friday opening of PRESENCE. Cash Bar. Donations appreciated. LIFE DRAWING IN THE STUDIOS WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 AND MAY 27 | 5:30 – 7:00 PM Join us in the studios for a life drawing session. Open to all skill levels. Admission $5. EXCLUSIVE! O.HENRY ARTIST GETAWAY AT GREENHILL SATURDAY, MAY 23 | 4:00 - 6:00 PM As part of O.Henry Hotel’s Art Getaway Package, GreenHill will offer an exclusive guided tour of over 80 paintings, works on paper, photographs and sculptures that attest to the ﬁgure as a means to express the human condition. Guests will enjoy a glass of wine and also explore hands-on art-making in GreenHill’s studios to create one-of-a-kind pieces of art to take home. Package Includes: • One overnight stay in a King room at O.Henry Hotel • Saturday afternoon painting workshop with take-home piece of art, glass of wine and private special exhibition tour at GreenHill • Transportation to and from the gallery • $20 dining voucher for dinner at Green Valley Grill • Southern-style breakfast buffet Special rate of $339 (Rate based on double occupancy. Single occupancy available.) For reservations or questions, please call O.Henry Hotel at 336-854-2000. Learn more at ohenryhotel. com/offers.
TAMIE BELDUE, Braided, 2018, charcoal and cold wax, 52.5 x 3.25 inches
FIRST FRIDAY WITH LIVE MUSIC BY MARC KENNEDY FRIDAY, JUNE 5 | 6:00 – 8:30 PM Join us in the gallery for First Friday with live music from 6:307:30 PM. Free and open to the public. Cash bar. Donations appreciated. ARTIST TALK BY SUSANNAH ZUCKER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 | 5:30 – 6:30 PM Join us in the gallery for an artist lecture by sculptor Susannah Zucker. Free and open to the public. ARTIST PANEL DISCUSSION WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 | 5:30-6:30 PM Hear from artists featured in PRESENCE as they discuss their creative processes in depicting the ﬁgure. Artists will give insight into their creative process and approaches that they take in depicting the ﬁgure.
SUSANNAH ZUCKER, Afternoon, 2018, ceramic
ARTISTS All artists exhibited at GreenHill are significantly involved in the North Carolina arts community. Some of the artists we work with are born and raised in North Carolina, while others chose to live, work, or study in our state. Supporting these artists is the core of our mission. We exist to strengthen their careers creatively and financially. We recognize the interdisciplinary nature of contemporary art and advocate to expand support of all artistsâ€”dancers, musicians, poets, and moreâ€”because we are committed to the idea that a thriving arts community is essential to the well-being of North Carolinaâ€™s culture and economy.
POP-UP RESIDENCY GreenHill’s Pop-Up Residency is a 10-day program in which selected North Carolina artists create and showcase their works in the studios. A Pop-Up Residency is perfect for the artist who enjoys interaction with visitors and likes to engage in active conversations about creative practices. Applications are accepted on an on-going basis. A materials stipend of $200 is provided for each selected artist as well as access to some of the resources of the studios.
RAMAN BHARDWAJ FEBRUARY 26 – MARCH 6 In an investigation of the process of losing and finding identity through the American immigrant experience, Bhardwaj will create a large canvas of footprints created by the public as a celebration of the way we all add our footprints to this multicultural country.
ALLEN WALKER MAY 27 – JUNE 5 Allen Walker is fascinated by objects that one would consider trash or useless and turning those items into something that is now viewed as art. Incorporating found object and fabrics, Walker will create an interactive plane in collaboration with the public, allowing for conversations that bear many perspectives.
SHOP GreenHill offers ﬁne and functional artwork for purchase all year round. In our shop, you can ﬁnd original artwork, artisan kitchen and tableware, handmade home décor, and one of a kind jewelry by more than 100 North Carolina artists. You are sure to ﬁnd pieces with personality and local ﬂair that suit any budget or occasion.
SIP + SHOP Enjoy refreshments while selecting unique, hand-crafted gifts and jewelry. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 1:00 PM-4:00 PM SATURDAY, MARCH 7 1:00 PM-4:00 PM SATURDAY, APRIL 4 1:00 PM-4:00 PM SATURDAY, MAY 9 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
GIFTS FROM THE HEART The GreenHill Shop carries the Triadâ€™s largest selection of pieces by NC studio jewelers including earrings by Barbara McFadden (pictured).
STUDIOS GreenHillâ€™s studios are dynamic, hands-on spaces with artmaking tools and supplies, from clay to recycled materials, readily available to spark your imagination in our self-driven environment. We encourage all visitors, children and adults alike, to have fun, explore and express ideas through their own works of art. Our studios are welcoming and community-building, where children and families can make art together and make new friends. Gallery Connection projects in the studios are integrated with the exhibition program, introducing visitors to themes and processes found in artwork in the gallery and shop. Daytime hours are focused primarily on children and families, but adults have programs geared toward their creative development and enjoyment too. The studios are open for children and families during regular operating hours.
STUDIO HOURS TUESDAY - THURSDAY + SATURDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM FRIDAY: 10 AM - 5 PM ADMISSION: $7/PERSON
M A S T E R P I E C E F R I D AY S NOW - JUNE 5 | 11:00 AM Story-time, artmaking and a “lollipop” tour of GreenHill’s most current exhibition are in store for you each Friday morning at 11:00 AM during the school year. Activities are perfect for ages one to ﬁve. $7 per person or free for Household Members and above. G REEN HILLNC.ORG/MASTER PIE C E - FR IDAYS
F R I D AY N I G H T S T U D I O S FIRST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH | 5:00 – 8:30 PM Join us for “pay what you wish admission.” We suggest you start at a penny but support us with whatever amount you wish! A gift no matter how small or large makes a difference and helps sustain the programs of GreenHill.
YA K YO U N G A R T I S T KO L L E C T I V E FEBRUARY - MAY An interactive themed-based educational program where young artists problem solve, use exciting new art materials, look at and learn about North Carolina art and artists, and meet fellow artists. During this session we will have a series of STEAM-related projects where YAK members will learn about the magic of chemistry and physics to create unique works of art. TIME AND DAY: 4:00-5:15 PM on the ďŹ rst Tuesday of the month for k-2nd graders and the second Tuesday for 3rd-6th graders. COST: Each four-month session (one meeting per month) is $35.
C R E AT I V E B R E A K WORKSHOPS GreenHill workshops are designed to provide a socially charged space that will rejuvenate the spirit and increase understanding of North Carolina art, art materials, and art processes. Activities unfold in a stress-free setting using art materials and techniques that can easily be enjoyed at all experience levels. You set the pace and enjoy spending time with others who love the opportunity to look at art, make stuff and meet great people. Must be 18 or older, or accompanied by a paying adult. $40 PER PARTICIPANT | FOOD + DRINK WELCOME
TA P E ST RY LO O M W E AV I N G SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 2 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Learn about the art of weaving by creating your own beautiful woven work of art! After exploring basic weaving techniques, participants will create their own unique tapestries with a variety of ďŹ bers, fabrics and found objects.
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A LCO H O L I N K PA I N T I N G SUNDAY, MARCH 1 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM THURSDAY, MARCH 5 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Alcohol paint looks similar to watercolor, but dries faster, and offers a vibrant variation of color and textures. As we explore the alcohol painting process, participants will experiment with different techniques to make one-of-a-kind abstract pieces.
L E AT H E R E A R R I N G S SUNDAY, APRIL 5 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM THURSDAY, APRIL 9 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Learn about the basics of jewelry making while creating unique earrings! We will explore the many ways to shape leather material while creating statement pieces that will wow! All ﬁnished pieces will be ready to wear or gifted to a loved one.
H A N D M A D E T R AV E L E R ’ S N OT E B O O K SUNDAY, MAY 3 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM THURSDAY, MAY 7 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Just in time for vacation season! A traveler’s notebook is a ﬂexible cover that holds multiple notebooks and inserts. The customization possibilities are practically endless! Participants will create an artisan cover and three inserts to get their journey started.
GROUP VISITS GreenHill offers learners of all ages the opportunity to experience NC art through Group Visits. Visitors go into the galleries to learn about NC artists’ use of media, techniques, and ideas represented in their art as well as time in the studios, where they will engage in hands-on art-making activities. School Group Visits are designed to meet the developmental needs of students, connect with gallery experiences, and make curriculum connections.
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PARTIES + RENTALS Our gallery is a large, light-ďŹ lled, inviting space in which we present ďŹ ve exhibitions a year. It is an ideal venue for your next evening event, accommodating up to 200 guests for standing events and 125 guests for partially seated events. The studios are also a wonderful, creative space for out-of-the-box events, and limited rentals are available within this space as well. We will be in contact with you within 48 hours after submission of the form found on our website. Event rentals and party reservations can be made online.
B I R T H D AY PA R T I E S F O R K I D S FOR K I DS PR I VAT E B IRTHDAY PA RTI E S With a private party, enjoy exclusive use of the studios for a 2-hour facilitated celebration. You and your guests can paint at the giant easels, work in the clay garden, invent in the Scrap Lab, build in the block corner, and enjoy being creative. Each party includes a special art project of your choice. GREENHILLNC.ORG/PRIVATE-PARTIES
SE MI - P R I VAT E B I RTHDAY PA RTIES Semi-private parties are available in the studios during our regular operating hours. This party is recommended for our members and other regular visitors who want to host their own parties in our space. A semi-private party is 1.5 hours long. GREENHILLNC.ORG/SEMI-PRIVATE-PARTIES
R E N TA L S P L AN YO UR NE X T E VE N T Looking for a space that is unique and memorable? GreenHill offers rental of the gallery and studios for birthday parties, dinners, cocktail parties, company meetings & retreats.
GAL L ERY R E NTA L
$525 - $1575
For 2 hours and designed for 125 to 200 people.
ST U D I O R EN TA L
$205 - $520
For 2 hours and designed for 20 - 50 people
GAL L ERY + STUD IO R E N TA L $1050 - $2095 Rent both the gallery and studios to accommodate up to 250 adults for your next party.
A D D - O N S AVAIL A B L E 1. T E AM BUI L D ING ACT IVITIES SCAVENGER HUNT Up to 50 people FO R GA LLERY/GA L L ERY + ST UD I O R EN TA L
EXQUISITE CORPS Up to 50 people FO R STUDIO/GALL ERY + ST UD I O R EN TA L
2 . FAC I L I TATO R -LED ART ACT IVITY DRINK N DRAW Up to 30 people PAINTING WITHOUT A PAINTBRUSH Up to 20 people
3. CO N C I ERG E SERVICES BAR (or corkage fee) SET UP FACILITATION (i.e. tables, chairs, AV) STAFFING
SUMMER CAMPS Summer Camps at GreenHill provide the perfect nurturing environment to inspire creativity and learning for curious kids of all ages. Small group sizes, experienced facilitators, and access to the studios and gallery at GreenHill make each day a fun-ďŹ lled adventure. Week-long camps are themed and geared towards ages 4 years to rising 6th graders.
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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$135 per camp | $125 June 29 - July 2 GreenHill Household level members and above receive a 10% discount
REGISTER BY APRIL 10TH TO RECEIVE A $10 PER CAMP DISCOUNT
4 YEARS AND RISING KINDERGARTEN June 8 - June 12 | Magic Paintbox June 29 - July 2 | Dinos and Dragons July 27- July 31 | Big Back Yard
RISING 1ST-3RD GRADE June 15 - June 19 | Draw Paint Sculpt June 22 - June 26 | Full STEAM Ahead July 13 - July 17 | Art Expedition July 20 - July 24 | Paper Palooza August 10 - August 14 | Picasso’s Paint Party
RISING 4TH-6TH GRADE July 6 - July 10 | Café Monet August 3- August 7 | Stitch Lab
RISING K-6TH GRADE August 17 - August 21 | Messy Hands
FIRST FRIDAY Experience GreenHill in new and unexpected ways. From listening to live music, to watching a dance performance, and having hands-on artist led activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy. First Friday takes place the ďŹ rst Friday of every month and is free and open to the public. Cash bar and donations appreciated.
CARMEN BLISS FEBRUARY 7 After being a recording artist for many years, Carmen began teaching herself to play guitar in 2012. The instrument broke boundaries and enabled creativity for the musician’s writing style. DEBBIE THE ARTIST MARCH 6 Debbie the Artist believes in the power of art and culture to empower marginalized voices.
BROWN MOUNTAIN LIGHTNING BUGS APRIL 3 The Brown Mountain Lightning Bugs are a folk(ish)/Americana group hailing from Winston-Salem.
DAVID RAY CECIL MAY 1 Join us for singer/songwriter David Ray Cecil’s timeless melodies and poetic truths at the First Friday opening of PRESENCE. MARC KENNEDY JUNE 5 Marc Kennedy has fronted the band Crumb Catcher. He’s developed a love for the raw meaning in songs revealed in playing solo acoustic shows, which he now does regularly.
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REN T O U R SPACE It’s an ideal venue for your next evening event, whether you choose our gallery or studios. Plus you can add on a team-building exercise or a facilitator-led art activity to make it extra memorable. GREENHILLNC.ORG/RENTALS
SPONSOR A PROGRAM Beneﬁts of corporate sponsorship include extensive visibility in public relations, communications and access to GreenHill’s diverse network of supporters. Together we can make a difference. GREENHILLNC.ORG/SPONSORSHIP
B ECO ME A VOLUNTEER Learn how a community arts organization operates from the inside. Volunteers are always welcome, and there are opportunities to meet every volunteer’s skills and availability. GREENHILLNC.ORG/INTERN-VOLUNTEER
VISIT US Studio admission is $7 adult/$7 per child. Children 12 months and under are free. Suggested gallery admission is $6/person. GREENHILLNC.ORG/HOURS-ADMISSION
HOURS MONDAY: CLOSED TUESDAY â€“ THURSDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM FRIDAY: 10 AM - 5 PM SATURDAY: 12 PM - 5 PM SUNDAY: 2 PM - 5 PM (s ho p and galle r y on ly)
C O N TA C T WEB: GREENHILLNC.ORG EMAIL: INFO@GREENHILLNC.ORG PHONE: 336.333.7460 FOLLOW US FOR INFO ON ARTISTS + PROGRAMS
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