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Wilmington’s Art Scene Opens New Chapter in 2024

In 2024, Wilmington’s cultural landscape will blossom with a new look and exciting possibilities! From leadership changes to engaging events, get a glimpse of the city’s vibrant arts scene:

Wilmington’s Art Scene Opens New Chapter in 2024

New Leadership, New Vision:

TALLIAN HALL: Under new director Shane Fernando, Tallian Hall is poised for a vibrant season filled with innovative programming and diverse performances.
CFCC’s Wilson Centre: The Centre’s newly appointed director, Zach Pluer, will bring a wealth of experience and a passion for enriching the community’s cultural offerings.
Opera House Theatre Company Ray Kennedy, a long-time member of the company, will take on the role of Executive Director, injecting new energy and insight into this beloved theatre company.
Weekend Fun:

MUSICAL MADNESS: “The Producers” will take centre stage at Thalian Hall for a weekend of laughter and delightful tunes.
Hip-hop heaven: Bourgie Nights is a dynamic night of hip-hop beats and spectacular performances.
QUIET GLORY: The Cameron Art Museum’s Floating Lights Ceremony will provide a mesmerising display of light and serenity on Sunday.
Beyond the Spotlight:

FOOD TRAVEL: Port City Foodies lists 14 new Wilmington-area openings and closings, including the return of a beloved Castle Street restaurant and a bittersweet farewell to a popular Oleander Road pizzeria.
HEALTHY FOOD: Embark on a delicious and nutritious journey through AlBal’s selection of local restaurants that offer healthy and satisfying cuisine.
News & Insights:

GUN LAW UPDATE: StarNews reporter Molly Wilhelm delves into the intricacies of North Carolina’s new gun laws.
NAVASA ORIGINS: Brunswick County reporter Jamey Cross uncovers the fascinating history behind the Navassa community’s name.
PROTECTING THE ROUND WHALE: Environmental reporter Gareth McGrath examines a proposed law designed to protect endangered right whales by regulating boat speeds.

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