__MAIN_TEXT__
feature-image

Page 44

art

FALLARTS

Change of

This fall will undoubtedly look different in many ways, but there are still opportunities to experience and appreciate the arts in our community. Here are just a few:

Fueling Creativity Two local organizations help artists stay afloat during the pandemic By Ha n n a h L ee | P hoto gr a p hy by Bet h M a n n

was teaching an acting class at Hillside Gov. Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency on March 10. “I thought it was only going to be two weeks,” James says, “and then the world went into uproar.” The months that followed generated fear and anxiety for James, an actor and writer, and for thousands of other local artists unemployed today. A.yoni Jeffries, a musician and songwriter, also ames Gray

High School when

42

|

durhammag.com

|

august 2020

Profile for Shannon Media

Durham Magazine August 2020  

The Best of Durham

Durham Magazine August 2020  

The Best of Durham

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded