Arts Alive News


    The Mattie King Davis Art Gallery will welcome artist Ken Moore to the gallery from 1-5 p.m. Saturday during the Beaufort Holiday Artwalk.

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      Arts Alive Workshops/Classes Listing

        Craving Art Studio is located in historic downtown, Beaufort, North Carolina. The beautiful …

          Beaufort Art Market provides a unique art setting to nurture your skills and knowledge at an…

            Art, supplies, framing and instruction. 704 Evans Street, Morehead City, N.C. Open 10 am - 6…

            Arts Alive Calendar

              The Crystal Coast is home to an enthusiastic group of quilters representing a range of interests and skill levels. Come join us at a meeting to see what CCQG has to offer you.

                OPEN WEAVE BASKET WEAVING 1-4 p.m. Thursdays at the Havelock Senior Center. Bring your basket weaving tools and reed to weave with other local basket makers. No membership is required. For mor…

                  The Coastal Weavers Basket Makers Guild meets the first Tuesday of each month August-May, 6-9 p.m., at Western Carteret Community Center in Cedar Point. For information email

                  Arts Alive Galleries

                  Carolina Artist Gallery - An artist co-op.  Carolina Artist  Gallery welcomes local established and emerging artists to apply for membership.  All members are juried in and are required to staff the gallery and actively participate in gallery activities - receptions, hangings, publicity, etc.

                  Located in the historic Rustell House c.1732 on the Beaufort Historic Site, the Mattie King Davis Art Gallery is the oldest art gallery in Carteret County. The gallery contains original works of art by local and regional artists inspired by our quaint sea coast. You will find a wide variety of memorable artwork including oils, water colors, acrylics, pottery, glass, jewelry, cards, weavings, and more. A portion of all sales benefit the Beaufort Historical Association’s ongoing educational programs and restoration projects.