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COVER | ©GESCHE WÜRFEL, GLEISDREIECK (“Track Triangle”) near Anhalter Bahnhof (Berlin,Germany), 2014, vinyl print Photograph courtesy of GreenHill & UWF Pensacola Museum of Art
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SEP 2019 JAN 2020 INTRODUCTION EXHIBITIONS ARTISTS SHOP STUDIOS PA R T I E S + R E N TA L S F I R S T F R I DAY SUPPORTERS
SHOP THE GREENHILL SHOP THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!
ADRIENNE ELIADES, “Berry Baskets”, $75-$175
WELCOME This is an exciting moment for GreenHill! Fall exhibitions and related programming reinforce our mission in powerful ways. As the new Executive Director, I am proud to embrace the opportunities these rich and diverse programs create for our community of artists, art lovers, and enthusiasts throughout the state. What Remains of the Day – Memories of World War II, a solo exhibition featuring Gesche Würfel, challenges us to revisit haunting images of our collective past and consider how they may be relevant today. We are pleased to partner with the Jewish Federation and Wells Fargo to bring you this thought-provoking and moving exhibition. A curated series of World War II ﬁlm screenings is designed to continue vital conversations. These are ampliﬁed further through Jewish chorale music and performances by the UNCG Graduate String Quartet, the North Carolina Dance Festival, and the Star Spangled Girls, a theatrical review. GreenHill underscores its commitment to education through a full-day workshop on the Holocaust for teachers statewide. High School students are invited to create and exhibit their interpretations of peace in our Blue Nook Studio. Because we all need opportunities to relax and unwind, our studio-based programming offers ample opportunities to reset. Why not surprise your loved ones by creating art books or one-of-a-kind gift boxes for the holidays? Better yet, bring your friends or your book club for a unique art-making experience! Masterpiece Fridays and our Young Artist Kollective offer young artists opportunities to problem solve through art making while gaining inspiration from original works in our galleries. Ambitious in scope and always a highlight on cultural calendars, our Winter Show brings together more than 100 artists from across North Carolina each year. Don’t miss our comprehensive survey of the ﬁnest art and craft being produced by North Carolina artists beginning on December 8. Build your personal art collections and sign up for exclusive art-buying opportunities through First Choice on December 4 and Collector’s Choice on December 7. Whether you are 2 or 92 or anywhere in between, come and see us soon and often. It’s all here at GreenHill, your gateway to North Carolina’s creative community.
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 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: $6/PERSON (SUGGESTED)
©GESCHE WÜRFEL, American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer (France), 2017, archival pigment print, 30 x 37.5 inches Photograph courtesy of GreenHill & UWF Pensacola Museum of Art
W H A T R E M A I N S O F T H E D AY – M E M O R I E S O F W O R L D WA R I I SPONSORED BY | THE JEWISH FEDERATION, WELLS FARGO + PRINTERY SEPTEMBER 20-NOVEMBER 15, 2019 GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art presents What Remains of the Day: Memories of World War II, a solo exhibition by Chapel Hill-based artist Gesche Würfel exploring the history and memory of World War II and the Holocaust through landscape photography, portraiture, sound, and video. The artist intervenes in the printing process of her haunting images to “encourage the viewers to think about how the horrors of Fascism and World War II are still relevant today.”
W H AT R E M A I N S O F T H E D AY UP COMI N G P R OGR AM S OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 | 6:00-8:00 PM Opening reception in presence of the artist. Suggested donation for entry. Cash Bar. WWII FILM SCREENINGS AND DISCUSSIONS OCTOBER 10 AND 17, 2019 FROM 6:00-7:00 PM Join us at the Van Dyke Performance Space for our WWII Film Screening and Discussion series produced in collaboration with the Greensboro Public Library and historian Karl Albert Schleunes. WHERE BIRDS NEVER SANG: THE RAVENSBRÜCK CONCENTRATION CAMP THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 | 6:00-7:00 PM Ravensbrück was the largest concentration camp for women on the grounds of the German Reich. A PROMISE TO MY FATHER: ONE SURVIVOR’S JOURNEY THROUGH THE HOLOCAUST THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 | 6:00-7:00 PM Re-trace the steps of two Holocaust survivors as they journey back to Poland and Germany. TRIANGLE JEWISH CHORALE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 | 3:00-4:00 PM Join conductor Lorena Guillén and members of the Triangle Jewish Chorale for a short concert. All are welcome to enjoy a selection of choral compositions introducing the beauty and variety of traditional and contemporary Jewish musical works. Free and open to the public. Donations appreciated. ARTIST TALK BY GESCHE WÜRFEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 | 6:00 – 7:00 PM Join us in the gallery for an artist’s talk by contemporary artist Gesche Würfel. Würfel will explore the history and memory of World War II through landscape photography and portraiture. Free and open to the public. Cash bar.
©GESCHE WÜRFEL, Walter Sylten, 2018, archival pigment print, 15x15 inches
©GESCHE WÜRFEL, Godela von Xylander, 2018, archival pigment print, 15x15 inches
©GESCHE WÜRFEL, Watchtower (Dachau Memorial and Museum, Germany), 2016, archival pigment print, 30 x 30 inches Photographs courtesy of GreenHill & UWF Pensacola Museum of Art
FIRST FRIDAY WITH LIVE MUSIC BY UNCG GRADUATE STRING QUARTET FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 | 7:00 – 8:00 PM Join us in the gallery for First Friday with live music by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Graduate String Quartet. Suggested donation for entry. Cash bar. NORTH CAROLINA DANCE FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8 | 8:00-10:00 PM The NC Dance Festival presents an evening of contemporary dance, featuring professional artists from across NC: Vania Claiborne, Kristin Clotfelter, and Janice Lancaster. Presented in association with Dance Project. $10 suggested donation. VETERAN’S DAY WEEKEND: STAR SPANGLED GIRLS BY TOURING THEATRE OF NORTH CAROLINA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10 | 2:00-4:00 PM Celebrate Veteran’s Day weekend at GreenHill by attending StarSpangled Girls, a review built from diaries, letters, interviews, telegrams, journals by and about the women who served the United States during WWII. Five actresses portray WAC’s, WAVE’s, Army Nurses, and Red Cross volunteers as they share memories about enlistment, basic training, service at home and abroad, love, and segregation. Songs from war time are woven throughout the production. Free for all veterans and their families. $10 General admission. Refreshments provided. STUDENT EXHIBITION | VISUALIZING PEACE NOVEMBER 12 – DECEMBER 31, 2019 STUDENT ARTIST RECEPTION | FRIDAY, DEC. 6 | 5:30 - 6:30 PM Join us in the Blue Nook Studio for this invitational high school student exhibition centered on the theme of peace. Student artists will create and exhibit works focusing on their personal concepts of peace. Merit prizes will be awarded at a reception during downtown Greensboro’s Festival of Lights.
STAR SPANGLED GIRLS Touring Theatre of North Carolina
WINTER SHOW 2019 DECEMBER 8, 2019 – JANUARY 17, 2020 Winter Show brings together over 100 artists each year from across North Carolina and constitutes a comprehensive survey of the ﬁnest art and craft being produced by artists who either reside or have lasting ties to the state. Painting, sculpture, photography, ceramic, jewelry, woodwork, fabric and ﬁber works are all displayed in a harmonious installation. Artists showing work in the exhibition vary not only by mediums, but also by experience, background and perspective. All work is available for purchase.
UP COMI N G P R OGR AM S FIRST CHOICE DECEMBER 4, 2019 | 5:30–7:30 PM First Choice is an exclusive art buying opportunity. Patrons who purchase art credits at $500, $1,000 or $2,500 increments get a ﬁrst look at the exhibition. Credits are applied toward the purchase of artwork from GreenHill’s gallery or shop. Credits can be purchased online. GREENHILLNC.ORG/FIRST-CHOICE FIRST FRIDAY WITH CASEY NOEL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019 | 6:00 – 8:30 PM Join us in the studios for First Friday with live music by Casey Noel from 6:30-7:30 PM. Casey Noel is an emerging singer/songwriter in the NC Triad area. She brings a blend of folk, country, blues, and pop to her unique rasp and powerful sound. Free and open to the public. Cash bar. Donations appreciated. COLLECTOR’S CHOICE DECEMBER 7, 2019 | 7:00-11:00 PM Winter Show opens with one of Greensboro’s most popular holiday season events: the Collector’s Choice Fundraiser. Participants have an advance opportunity to purchase pieces in Winter Show before they are available to the public and to meet and mix with exhibiting artists over food and wine. Tickets can be purchased online at GREENHILLNC.ORG/COLLECTORS-CHOICE
KIM MCCARTHY, From Winter To Spring, 2018, handmade book, maple, milk paint, sewn cords, mulberry paper, acrylic ink, pen, 4x11x11 inches
HILLARY FAYLE, Trinity, 2019, embroidered leaves, 5x5 inches
WINTER SHOW PUBLIC OPENING SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2019 | 2:00-5:00 PM Experience art from all corners of the state at Greensboro’s premier holiday exhibition Winter Show. Sip hot cider and sample homemade cookies while viewing over 500 works by North Carolina artists in glass, wood, ceramics, and ﬁber as well as painting, drawing and sculpture. Student docents from Weaver Academy will be on hand to introduce you to the work of their favorite artists. Free and open to the public. HOLIDAY SHOPPING SPECIAL AT GREENHILL MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2019 | 12:30 PM – 2:30 PM Enjoy 10% off any shop purchase for two hours only, and support North Carolina artists! GreenHill has original artwork, artisan kitchen and tableware, handmade home décor, and one of a kind jewelry by hundreds of North Carolina artists. You are sure to ﬁnd pieces with personality and local ﬂair that suit any budget or occasion. FIRST FRIDAY WITH HOKUM POKUM FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 2020 | 7:00-8:00 PM (TO BE CONFIRMED) Hokum Pokum members Lisa Woods, Phil Sparks, Rori Farris, Steven Smith and Jessee Epperson play blues music, mostly from the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s, infused with humor, innuendo, euphemism and analogy to create light-hearted and upbeat songs with a risqué twist. Cash bar. Suggested donation for entry.
CHIEKO MURASUGI, Mr. Yamamuraâ€™s Roses, 2018, mixed media on panels, 60x48 inches
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.
OPEN NC ART REVIEW OPEN NC ART REVIEW The Open NC Art Review is a professional development program for artists. Artists present 15 images of current artwork during a ﬁve minute slideshow and get feedback from GreenHill’s Director of Curatorial & Artistic Programs, Edie Carpenter, and other arts professionals.
PRESENTATION FORMAT | PECHA KUCHA GreenHill uses a pecha kucha format, a simple presentation format in which each artist presents 15 images of their work. The images uploaded through the JotForm registration link will advance automatically every 20 seconds as each artist presents, allowing for a ﬁve minute presentation (20 seconds of dialogue for each slide).
UPCOMING DATES SATURDAY, MARCH 14 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM
GENERAL SUBMISSIONS SUBMIT ONLINE GreenHill’s mission is to exhibit the work of North Carolina artists living and working in the state. Exceptions are made for artists who have worked extensively in the state and maintain signiﬁcant ties. Edie Carpenter, Director, Artistic & Curatorial Programs, develops exhibitions two to three years in advance. Artist selections are made to ﬁt the scope of exhibition plans. Large group and small group shows alternate with solo exhibitions. Attention is also given to representing a variety of artistic mediums. We accept submissions from artists to exhibit on an ongoing basis and continuously scout for artists to feature in our exhibitions. Generally, GreenHill is looking for adept technical ability, accomplishment, innovation, visual appeal, and thoughtful content. The artists featured at GreenHill tend to be - but not always - professional artists who derive a portion of their income from producing artwork. We often place new artists in our annual Winter Show group exhibition or in our shop.
POP-UP RESIDENCY POP-UP RESIDENCY GreenHillâ€™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.
DREW DEANE OCTOBER 23 - NOVEMBER 1 Drew Deane will create a montage oil painting during her 10day residency. An MFA graduate from the University of Florida, she now resides in Brevard, NC. Her paintings have been published in Communication Arts Magazine, shown at numerous galleries and in addition, have been collected throughout the United States. To learn more about this artist visit her website: www.drewdeane.com
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.
GREENHILL HANDMADE ORNAMENT MARKETPLACE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 | 12:00 PM -5:00 PM Deck the halls with handmade ornaments! Come explore GreenHill’s selection of handmade ornaments Saturday, November 2, when we will unveil this season’s selection of ornaments. We will have a variety of styles in blown glass, pottery, and more. WALK-IN GIFT WRAPPING AT GREENHILL DECEMBER 21-23 | DURING GALLERY HOURS Shop handmade while GreenHill wraps your gifts! We are offering one free gift wrapping for one item per person. Additional gifts may be wrapped for $2 each. EXTENDED HOLIDAY SHOPPING HOURS DECEMBER 16-19 UNTIL 7:00 PM MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2:00 - 4:00 PM Last minute shopping for the handmade-loving procrastinator! Gift wrapping is available.
CURRY WILKINSON HANDMADE ORNAMENTS
UNA BARRETT, Mini Chasm Pendant, $185
JOHN GECI, Fishnet Vase, $120
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 - JANUARY 31 | 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.” What does pay what you wish mean? 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.
A D U LT W O R K S H O P S UNWIND, RELAX AND MAKE SOMETHING GreenHill workshops designed to provide a socially charged space that will rejuvenate the spirit and increase understanding of NC art, art materials, and art processes. Led by trained facilitators and/or NC artists, activities unfold in a stress-free setting using 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! $40 PER PARTICIPANT | FOOD + DRINK WELCOME
A R T I ST- L E D WO R KS H O P | C R E AT I V E H A N D L E T T E R I N G WITH ELIZABETH HARRY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Learn how to make your perfectly imperfect handwriting shine! This workshop will cover the basics of creative hand lettering. You will learn three basic lettering styles, techniques for improving your lettering, and how to use different kinds of pens, markers, and brushes. All materials are provided, though you are welcome to bring your own! You will leave this workshop with a hand lettering workbook, a set of mini stationery, and a phone/computer wallpaper designed by YOU!
C R E AT I V E B R E A K W O R K S H O P S S O F T COV E R CO P T I C ST I TC H B O O KS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Create a beautiful hand-bound book and learn the basics of Coptic Stitch bookbinding — a visually appealing method of creating an exposed-stitch binding on the spine of the book. This method creates a book which opens ﬂat – useful for journaling and sketching. Using heavy weight paper as a cover rather than the traditional covered book board, participants will learn book binding terminology and techniques such as how to make signatures and measuring and piercing the stations.
N E E D L E F E LT E D B E A DS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM As the weather cools down we’ll get warmed up by making a oneof-a-kind piece of jewelry for yourself or a loved one. Workshop participants will learn needle-felting techniques, selecting from a collection of colorful wool roving and embellishments such as seed beads and metallic threads. It’s a great stress-reliever and each bead will be unique!
A R T F U L G I F T B OX E S SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 | 2:00 - 4:00 PM Handmade and from the heart, we’ll create one-of-a-kind boxes for the gift-giving season. Using a variety of simple forms and techniques such as classic bonbon boxes and origami patterns, participants will make charming containers with embellishments for those special people in their lives. The gift receiver will be as delighted with the box as they are with the gift.
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YA K YO U N G A R T I S T KO L L E C T I V E SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2019 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 STEAMrelated projects where YAK members will learn about the magic of chemistry and physics to create unique works of art. Each four-month session (one meeting per month) is $35.
PINWHEELS FOR PEACE K-2ND | SEPTEMBER 3 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM 3RD-6TH | SEPTEMBER 10 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM YAK members will create pinwheels with messages of peace in commemoration of International Peace Day.
HARVEST FRUIT + VEGGIE PRINTS K-2ND | OCTOBER 1 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM 3RD-6TH | OCTOBER 8 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM YAK members will learn about seasonal fruits and vegetables by using them to create these lovely prints.
LEAF CASTING K-2ND| NOVEMBER 5 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM 3RD-6TH | NOVEMBER 12 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM With Autumn in full swing what better way to capture the magic than with a salt dough leaf cast.
LIGHT THE NIGHT K-2ND | DECEMBER 3 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM 3RD-6TH | DECEMBER 10 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM It’s getting dark early now so what a perfect time to make a hand-crafted candle!
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
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.
THE BEST GIG IN TOWN THE SMILING BEES OCTOBER 4 Betsy Craft (vocals & keys) and Marcus Horth (guitar & vocals) are a Greensboro based duo playing pop, rock, country & soul.
UNCG GRADUATE STRING QUARTET NOVEMBER 1 Join us in the gallery for First Friday with live music by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s Graduate String Quartet.
CASEY NOEL DECEMBER 6 An emerging singer/songwriter in the NC Triad area. She brings a blend of folk, country, blues, and pop to her unique rasp and powerful sound.
HOKUM POKUM JANUARY 3 | TO BE CONFIRMED Members Lisa Woods, Phil Sparks, Rori Farris, Steven Smith and Jessee Epperson play blues music, mostly from the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s, infused with humor, innuendo, euphemism and analogy to create light-hearted and upbeat songs with a risqué twist.
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SUPPORT GREENHILL W AY S T O G E T I N V O LV E D B ECO ME A ME MBER As a member, you have sustained opportunities to actively participate in GreenHill’s many programs and activities through special access, discounts and member-only events. GREENHILLNC.ORG/BECOME-A-MEMBER
GIVE TO THE ANNUAL FUND Through your support of the Annual Fund you help children ﬁnd their creative voice, North Carolina artists have a platform to present their artwork and provide a space for the art appreciator to experience great work. GREENHILLNC.ORG/ANNUAL-FUND
REN T O U R SPACE It’s an ideal venue for your next evening event in our gallery or studios. Plus you can add-on a team bulding excercise 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 VOLUNT EER 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
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