Pop Box Gallery

Pop Box Gallery a pop-up gallery space at 304 S Driver St, Ste 102, in Old East Durham through July 1, 2023

Join in a conversation with Durham’s Mayoral and City Council candidates as they share their vision for strengthening ar...
10/25/2023

Join in a conversation with Durham’s Mayoral and City Council candidates as they share their vision for strengthening arts and culture in Durham, helping voters make informed decisions at the ballot box. The program, moderated by Monica Barnes, Community Engagement Director, WTVD ABC11, includes a special welcome from Durham Poet Laureate DJ Rogers.

This free, non-partisan public event is presented by Durham Arts & Culture Advocates, a coalition of artists, historians, arts and culture leaders and institutions.

Date: November 1, 2023
Time: 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Location: NorthStar Church of the Arts
220 West Geer Street, Durham, NC 27701
Livestream: facebook.com/northstardurham

Masks are strongly encouraged. Simultaneous Spanish language interpretation and ASL interpretation will be available during the event.

📢🎉 FINAL WEEK ALERT! 🎉📢 We're wrapping up our curatorial residency at 304 S Driver St, Ste 102 in Old East Durham! 🏢 Tha...
06/28/2023

📢🎉 FINAL WEEK ALERT! 🎉📢 We're wrapping up our curatorial residency at 304 S Driver St, Ste 102 in Old East Durham! 🏢 Thank you all for making it a tremendous success! 👏😄

Join us for the ultimate celebration at Killer Queen Wine Bar (🔗) this Sunday! They're opening up on a Sunday just for us! 🎉🥳 Drop by between noon-3pm and let's party together! 🎈💃 Admission is free, and we've got delicious food & beverages available for purchase. 🍔🍹

Scroll through to relive some of our most cherished moments from the past 10 weeks! 📸🎞️

Images:
1️⃣ - Captured by the talented D.L. Anderson ()
2️⃣ - See you at Killer Queen this Sunday!
3️⃣ - Exhibit 1: "We [don't] Care: reclaiming our environment," featuring an incredible poster designed by Jett Pavlica (🔗) (Tag all the artists who participated in this show on the image)
4️⃣ - Our opening night was a blast with a spontaneous poetry reading collab with our awesome neighbors at Rofhiwa (🔗)
5️⃣ - Exhibit 2: "In Ecstasy I Call Your Name So I Won't Forget" by the talented Kennedi Carter (🔗)
6️⃣ - Get ready for a special "Meet The Artist" event with Kennedi Carter & Mavis Gragg! 🎨👥
7️⃣ - Take a look at our incredible gallery view! 🖼️
8️⃣ - Exhibit 3: Don't miss out on "upstART Gallery: a Jim Lee project"! It's on display until July 1! 🎨
9️⃣ - Step into the mesmerizing interior of upstART Gallery, showcasing miniature artworks by 27 talented artists! Captured by the renowned Jim Lee 📸
🔟 - We had another incredible turnout! Thank you all for your support! 🙌🎉

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Slow Art Tour yesterday 😊💓. Gail Belvett once again led us through an extraord...
06/23/2023

Thank you to everyone who came out to our Slow Art Tour yesterday 😊💓.

Gail Belvett once again led us through an extraordinary discussion and showed us the magic of diving into art as a collective 🪄.

🏡 Our residency in Old East Durham ends on July 1st, so be sure to check out upstART Gallery: a project by Jim Lee before it closes!

📍 304 S Driver St , Suite 102
Durham NC, 27703

🕰️ Gallery Hours: Wednesday- Saturday, 12-6pm

Sending a special appreciation to the incredible businesses in Old East Durham! Popbox extends heartfelt thanks for your...
06/20/2023

Sending a special appreciation to the incredible businesses in Old East Durham! Popbox extends heartfelt thanks for your unwavering support to the community and for embracing us wholeheartedly! 🙌❤️

Businesses featured in order of appearance:
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4th slide: .cheesecakes
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🎉✨ Sending a heartfelt congratulations to our beloved PopBox cofounder  Mavis Gragg! 🌟🎓 Mavis has been selected as a   a...
06/06/2023

🎉✨ Sending a heartfelt congratulations to our beloved PopBox cofounder Mavis Gragg!

🌟🎓 Mavis has been selected as a at Harvard Graduate School of Design , joining an incredible cohort of talents!

We couldn't be more thrilled for Mavis as she embarks on this exciting new chapter. Her dedication, passion, and inspiration have made a lasting impact on all of us. We can't wait to witness the remarkable journey ahead! 🌈✨

Mavis, you are truly loved and cherished. ❤️❤️ Congratulations, and may your future be filled with endless success and joy!

🌟 Join us this Saturday, May 27th at 1pm! 🗓️ We're thrilled to have Kennedi Carter, the brilliant artist behind "In Ecst...
05/25/2023

🌟 Join us this Saturday, May 27th at 1pm! 🗓️ We're thrilled to have Kennedi Carter, the brilliant artist behind "In Ecstasy, I Call Your Name So I Won't Forget," join us for an exclusive chat! 🎨✨

Don't miss out on our "Meet the Artist" series, hosted by Pop Box Gallery cofounder, Mavis Gragg. 🎙️👥 Get a unique opportunity to dive deep into Kennedi's inspiring work and gain insights into her artistic journey. 🌈🔍

❤️‍🔥Pop Box Gallery and the Art Chose Me proudly present "In Ecstasy, I Call Your Name So I Won’t Forget," the curatoria...
05/19/2023

❤️‍🔥Pop Box Gallery and the Art Chose Me proudly present "In Ecstasy, I Call Your Name So I Won’t Forget," the curatorial debut of photographer Kennedi Carter (.) The exhibition showcases a powerful visual archive of Black women in pin-up, inviting viewers to explore themes of empowerment, beauty, and identity

😇Join us at Pop Box Gallery from May 19 - 27, 2023, at 304 S. Driver Street, Suite 102 as we celebrate Kennedi Carter’s new work. There will be extensive programming throughout the exhibition including a Slow Art Tour with Gail Belvett (), Meet The Artist conversation with Mavis Gragg (), and "In Ecstasy – Micro Cinema," a three night film screening series organized by Kennedi Carter and Marcella Camara (.is.bored) that begins tonight at 8pm.

💥The opening reception is tomorrow, Saturday, May 20, 6pm. Full info at link in bio.

‼️Join us as we delve into the mesmerizing world of Kennedi Carter's Curatorial Debut Exhibition, "In Ecstasy, I Call Yo...
05/17/2023

‼️Join us as we delve into the mesmerizing world of Kennedi Carter's Curatorial Debut Exhibition, "In Ecstasy, I Call Your Name So I Won't Forget," a captivating homage to the allure of Black Women in Pin-Up.

💥 Mark your calendars for this Friday, May 19, at 8 pm: Indulge in the screening of Girl 6 (1996), where a struggling actress in the heart of New York City embarks on a transformative journey as a phone s*x operator.

🌟 Our opening reception on Saturday, May 20, from 6 to 8 pm ! This event features the screening of The Shake Down (2018) — a captivating documentary by Leilah Weinraub that chronicles explicit performances in an underground le***an club in Los Angeles.

💓On Sunday, May 21, from 4 to 6 pm, we will host an art supply giveaway with !

💓Also on Sunday , May 21 join us @8 pm for the screening of La Princesa Desnuda (1978) — a surrealistic masterpiece that explores the story of an African diplomat haunted by her past as a model for a pornographic magazine.

Connect with us as we dive into a realm where art, passion, and storytelling intertwine. See you there!

Grateful for your presence on our Slow Art Tour last week! In a world that's always on the go, taking a moment to truly ...
05/09/2023

Grateful for your presence on our Slow Art Tour last week! In a world that's always on the go, taking a moment to truly absorb and appreciate art as a community is nothing short of revolutionary. 🌟 Huge thanks to Gail Belvett(), whose masterful facilitation led to a powerful discussion that left us all inspired.

Immerse yourself in the beauty of art through a unique and reflective experience with a Slow Art Tour.!This tour offers ...
05/03/2023

Immerse yourself in the beauty of art through a unique and reflective experience with a Slow Art Tour.!This tour offers a refreshing and meaningful approach to viewing art that diverges from the conventional way of consumption.

With the guidance of Gail Belvett (she/her), an art enthusiast, curator, collector, gallery guide, and founder of The Art Chose Me, participants gather around a single artwork to savor it slowly. By taking the time to observe and engage multiple senses, the group creates a collective interpretation of the piece that is as distinctive as the individuals themselves.

This inclusive process values the contributions of every participant, fostering an environment of inclusivity where everyone's observations are heard and respected. The facilitation is grounded in evidence-based Visual Thinking Strategies, encouraging an experience that is both immersive and transformative.

Join us on this journey of discovery and appreciation. Experience the Slow Art Tour at our gallery located at 304 S. Driver St, Ste 102, Durham, NC 27703.

Open hours are Wednesday - Saturday, noon-6pm, and during events.

We extend our gratitude to all those who graced our Artist Talk event last week! Our panel discussion was a candid and t...
05/02/2023

We extend our gratitude to all those who graced our Artist Talk event last week! Our panel discussion was a candid and transformative experience that left a lasting impression. We are humbled by the unwavering support from this community ❤️.

We invite you to join us on May 6th for a slow art tour, thoughtfully curated and led by the esteemed Gail Belvett on Saturday, May 6th at 3pm.

Our gallery is open for visitation on Wednesday through Saturday, from noon to 6 pm, and during events. You can find us at 304 S. Driver St, Ste 102, Durham, NC 27703.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!



🎨🗣️  Get ready for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the creative minds behind our current exhibit, "We [don't] Car...
04/26/2023

🎨🗣️ Get ready for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the creative minds behind our current exhibit, "We [don't] Care: reclaiming our environment"! 🔥 Join us for a special edition of "Meet the Artist" hosted by our very own Mavis Gragg. 💬 From seasoned collectors to curious art enthusiasts, this conversation series is the perfect opportunity to gain exclusive access to these incredible artists and their work. 🙌 Learn practical tips for collecting art, including how to build relationships with artists, value art, and protect your collection. Don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind panel discussion and get ready to be inspired! 💫

Artwork in order :
1.) “Camino Nocturno”~Renzo Ortega ()
2.) “Where you brought me , Danielle” ~ Claire Alexandre ()
3.) “Ways of Being 3”~ Derrick Beasley ()
4.) “Dikunani Dam, Savelugu, Ghana: Girls with Water” ~ Jim lee ()

Posters designed by: .pavlica

 and  have launched a 3 month Curatorial Residency in Old East Durham. We open this Saturday!The first exhibit, “We [don...
04/20/2023

and have launched a 3 month Curatorial Residency in Old East Durham. We open this Saturday!

The first exhibit, “We [don't]Care: reclaiming our environment,” affirms the ancestral, spiritual, and physical connection to nature while rewriting false narratives about environmental apathy among BIPOC communities. Featuring works by Saba Taj (), Derrick Beasley (), Claire Alexandre (), Jim Lee (), Renzo Ortega (), and Jessica Clark (.art), “We [don’t] Care: reclaiming our environment” invites artists in the community to share their work in solidarity with those committed to the protection and preservation of our environment.

In addition to the 6 featured artists, 24 artworks were selected through an open call selection process by artists Antonia Brown (.brown), Ashley Keen (), Bethany Bash (), Bevelyn Afor Ukah (), Brian Behm (), Catherine Edgerton (), Charla Rios (), Cynthia Jones (), Eliza Redmann (), G.R. Amaya-Baron, Jett Pavlica (.pavlica), JP Jermaine Powell (), JP Trostle (), Kathryn Desplanque (), Kwaku A Osei, Leticia Clementina (), Malcolm Goff (), Marie-Louise Bennett (), Meg Stein (.stein.art), Melvin Peña (), Natalia Torres del Valle (), Quay Weston (), Samir Knego, and Shin-Yiing Yeung ().

Please join us for an opening reception on Saturday, April 22, 6-8pm (Earth Day).

The exhibit is open to the public April 22 - May 13 at 304 S. Driver St, Ste 102, Durham, NC 27703. Open hours are Wednesday - Saturday, 12-6pm and during events.

Promotional materials for the show were designed by .pavlica of . ✨

“We [don’t] Care: reclaiming our environment,” the first exhibit of our 10 week residency in Old East Durham, opens on A...
04/12/2023

“We [don’t] Care: reclaiming our environment,” the first exhibit of our 10 week residency in Old East Durham, opens on April 22!

📣Artists📣: complete the interest form linked in our bio by *midnight TONIGHT, 4/12* to participate in the community show.

Images are by featured artists , , .art, , , , each collaboratively selected with the artist for its resonance with ’s curatorial statement for the exhibit. (Listed in order of appearance, tagged on each slide, and cropped for Instagram’s square format.)

We’re BACK and we have exciting news! 🔥 Pop Box Gallery is teaming up with longtime collaborator  to bring a new curator...
04/06/2023

We’re BACK and we have exciting news! 🔥

Pop Box Gallery is teaming up with longtime collaborator to bring a new curatorial residency to Old East Durham.

We’re transforming 304 S Driver St, Ste 102, into an art gallery for 10 weeks. Thanks for the opportunity ! 💓

Our first exhibit - a community art show - opens on April 22. Click the link in our bio for info on how to participate.

More soon 😘

Coming soon! The inaugural Durham Art Parade, a homegrown celebration by and for Durham artists. Follow the URL to get c...
03/15/2023

Coming soon! The inaugural Durham Art Parade, a homegrown celebration by and for Durham artists. Follow the URL to get connected, and stay tuned for more details!

Prepárate para esta primavera! El desfile inaugural de arte de Durham, una celebración local por y para los artistas de Durham. ¡Sigue el enlace para conectarte y obtener más detalles!

ALT Text:
A banner reading Coming Soon flies above a wall of purple tinted Fitzgerald bricks. Vibrant green vines cover the wall, along with bold text displaying the words, Art Parade! The flyer is designed to capture the creative spirit of the Durham community, encouraging people of all experiences to come together to celebrate art and express themselves. Visit http://tinyurl.com/artparade for more details!

Un volante que dice Próximamente vuela sobre una pared de ladrillos Fitzgerald de color morado. Unas viñas vibrantes cubren la pared, junto con el texto en negrita que dice las palabras, Art Parade! El volante está diseñado para capturar el espíritu creativo de la comunidad de Durham, alentando a personas de todas las experiencias a unirse para celebrar el arte y expresarse. Visita http://tinyurl.com/artparade para obtener más detalles.

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03/14/2023

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Are you a local artist or art lover interested in supporting efforts to bring more public art to ?

Our Public Art Committee is now accepting applications for new members! 🎨

📅 Deadline to apply: March 27
💻Hit the link in our bio to learn more about this committee & to submit your application

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03/14/2023

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‼️JUNETEENTH YOUTH ARTⵊST CALL‼️

Youth artists ages 12 - 18 are invited to create and submit artworks that reflect any combination of this year’s theme:

𝘾𝙀𝙇𝙀𝘽𝙍𝘼𝙏𝙀, 𝙀𝘿𝙐𝘾𝘼𝙏𝙀, 𝘼𝙂𝙄𝙏𝘼𝙏𝙀! 🖤💚❣️

Selected artists will receive an honorarium 💰and their artwork will be displayed in the Lyda Moore Merrick Gallery at the Hayti Heritage Center during the Juneteenth celebration on Friday, June 16th, 2023!

Sᴇʟᴇᴄᴛɪᴏɴ ᴘᴀɴᴇʟ:
We are seeking a diverse selection panel. You don’t have to have a background in art! If you have an interest in our youth, our future, the Durham community and freedom for all, please apply. Panelists will meet bi-weekly beginning in May, 2023 and will be compensated for their time.

Dᴇᴀᴅʟɪɴᴇs
𝗙𝗿𝗶𝗱𝗮𝘆, 𝗠𝗮𝘆 𝟱𝘁𝗵 for art submissions.
𝗦𝗮𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗱𝗮𝘆, 𝗔𝗽𝗿𝗶𝗹 𝟭𝟱𝘁𝗵, for selection panel application.

🔗 in bio

𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙅𝙪𝙣𝙚𝙩𝙚𝙚𝙣𝙩𝙝 𝙔𝙤𝙪𝙩𝙝 𝘼𝙧𝙩𝙞𝙨𝙩 𝘾𝙖𝙡𝙡 𝙞𝙨 𝙥𝙧𝙚𝙨𝙚𝙣𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙗𝙮 𝘿𝙐𝙍𝙈𝙋𝙖𝙘 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝘼𝙧𝙩 𝘾𝙝𝙤𝙨𝙚 𝙈𝙚 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝙞𝙨 𝙨𝙪𝙥𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙗𝙮 𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙊𝙛𝙛𝙞𝙘𝙚 𝙤𝙣 𝙔𝙤𝙪𝙩𝙝 𝙖𝙣𝙙 𝘽𝙚 𝘾𝙤𝙣𝙣𝙚𝙘𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝘿𝙪𝙧𝙝𝙖𝙢. ✨




𝙎𝙪𝙥𝙚𝙧 𝙙𝙤𝙥𝙚 𝙛𝙡𝙮𝙚𝙧 𝙙𝙚𝙨𝙞𝙜𝙣𝙚𝙙 𝙗𝙮 .pavlica

We’re back at  at 1pm today for a Slow Art Tour with  featuring ! Bright Black. is in the Lakewood Shopping Center near ...
11/19/2022

We’re back at at 1pm today for a Slow Art Tour with featuring !

Bright Black. is in the Lakewood Shopping Center near & & .

A slow art tour presents a philosophical and literal alternative to the way visitors have traditionally consumed art. The tour challenges the notion that one needs to ‘know’ about art to appreciate it. A group of people gather to slowly savor a single object, looking closely while engaging multiple senses. Deliberate facilitation—grounded in the pedagogy of evidence-based Visual Thinking Strategies—encourages an inclusive community where observations are heard and valued. This inclusive process allows the group to co-create an interpretation of the work that culminates in an experience that is as unique as the people who are gathered around that specific object, on that day, at that time.

Gail Belvett (she/her) is an art enthusiast, curator, collector, gallery guide and founder of The Art Chose Me.

It’s a big week for !•Join us at ’s new space in the Lakewood shopping center for a  reception + then come back on Satur...
11/15/2022

It’s a big week for !

Join us at ’s new space in the Lakewood shopping center for a reception + then come back on Saturday for a Slow Art Tour with . ’s new portrait series “For Colored Girls” is up through 12/22.



AND it’s the last few days to see ’s “Colonies” at . Check the last post for details. 💫

Just a little over 1 week left to see ’s “Colonies” exhibit at ! •Come by during open hours for an espresso drink and jo...
11/09/2022

Just a little over 1 week left to see ’s “Colonies” exhibit at !

Come by during open hours for an espresso drink and join us for several events! The exhibit closes on 11/19.

Open hours: W 10am-3pm, Th-F 8am-2pm, Sat 10am-3pm or DM us for an appt!

Events:
✨Sat, 11/12, 1pm - Artist’s Talk & Multilogue with , , adé oh, and , moderated by
✨Thurs, 11/17, 6-8pm - Contour :: Deep Listening // Deep Seeing, a multi sensory art experience with , , and adé oh
✨Fri, 11/18, 6-8pm - closing reception with live music by and Emma Dunlap-Grube

Happy Election Day!!!  Join us this weekend for some art (therapy) with an Artist’s Talk & Multi-logue this Saturday, No...
11/08/2022

Happy Election Day!!! Join us this weekend for some art (therapy) with an Artist’s Talk & Multi-logue this Saturday, November 12th from 1-2pm at . (2823 N Roxboro St, Durham, NC 27704)

Artist Catherine Edgerton () will share more about Colonies, their artistic practice, and meaningful collaborations in conversation with Lewis Wallace and five of Catherine’s creative co-conspirators. Free and open to the public.

In Colonies, Edgerton shares five new large oil-painted self portraits and a series of prints from handmade collage books. Colonies explores the tension between the construct and reality of whiteness. While the idea of whiteness is a hoax, its effects on our bodies and the environment are viscerally real.

Colonies is presented by Pop Box Gallery at perfect lovers in Durham.



perfect lovers is open Wednesday 10am-3pm, Thursday - Friday 8am-2pm and Saturday 10am-3pm.

We’re ready for you! Join us TONIGHT for a  opening  for ’s “Colonies.” •Here’s some way-finding photos & reminders to h...
10/21/2022

We’re ready for you! Join us TONIGHT for a opening for ’s “Colonies.”

Here’s some way-finding photos & reminders to help get you here.

Parking is in the back. Turn off N Roxboro onto Edgewood and then down the alley with the mural and balloon, or park in the tire store lot.[last 2 photos]

Entry is at the front AND back of the building.

Please wear a mask inside to help us keep this event as accessible as possible.

Thanks again to our friends at and for sponsoring the reception tonight!

We got your weekend art plans! 💫 Please join us for an opening reception on Friday, October 21, 2022 from 6-8pm during T...
10/20/2022

We got your weekend art plans! 💫

Please join us for an opening reception on Friday, October 21, 2022 from 6-8pm during Third Friday Durham.

Then, from 1-2 on Saturday, 10/22, join Gail Belvett () and us for a slow art tour.

Colonies by Catherine Edgerton is presented by Pop Box Gallery at perfect lovers, a new intimate space for art, movement, and sound in Durham. The exhibit is up October 21 - November 19, 2022.

This powerful exhibition is hosted at the lovely new space .

perfect lovers is open Wednesday 10am-3pm, Thursday - Friday 8am-2pm and Saturday 10am-3pm. Additional events during Colonies can be found on our website.

"Colonies" by Catherine Edgerton opens this Friday, October 21, at perfect lovers in Durham! Presented by Pop Box Galler...
10/17/2022

"Colonies" by Catherine Edgerton opens this Friday, October 21, at perfect lovers in Durham! Presented by Pop Box Gallery, the exhibit is on view October 21 - November 19, 2022.

In "Colonies," Catherine Edgerton shares a series of new self portraits and prints from handmade collage books. In each oil-painted portrait, a figure passively interacts with watercolor and ink drawings of bleaching and diseased coral colonies from Edgerton’s underwater photographs. Every figure’s face is masked by a graphite archetype that represents cunningness, power, sneakiness, mistrust, or compliance. By palpating the colors and layers of her own body, Edgerton explores the depths of their personal stake in dismantling white supremacy culture.

Colonies explores the tension between the construct and reality of whiteness. While the idea of whiteness is a hoax, its effects on our bodies and the environment are viscerally real.

Events:
* Friday, Oct 21, 6-8pm: Opening reception during Third Friday Durham, with complimentary food & drinks from our friends at Toast and The Pinhook + espresso drinks for purchase from perfect lovers
* Saturday, Oct 22, 1pm: Slow Art Tour with Gail Belvett
* Saturday, Nov 12, 1pm: “Meet The Artist” Talk with Mavis Gragg & Catherine Edgerton, followed by a panel discussion with Catherine’s co-conspirators
* Thursday, Nov 17, 6-8pm: Contour:: Deep Listening // Deep Seeing, a multi sensory art experience designed by adé Oh, Saba Taj, and Catherine Edgerton ($10-$20 suggested donation to support the artists)
* Friday, Nov 18, 6-8pm: closing reception during Third Friday Durham with live experimental and improvised string music performed by Emma Dunlap-Grube (cello) and Zach Aliotta (violins)

All events are open to the public and free to attend unless otherwise noted.

Full info: https://www.popboxgallery.com/colonies

About the artist:

Catherine Edgerton (she/they) has been inking, layering and stitching mixed-media chronicles into hand-bound books since age fourteen. Her main areas of focus are race, the sea, and spiritual dis-ease in a sick society. In expansion of this work, Edgerton invites lens-shifting through stained glass. They use transparent objects—bug wings, film slides, brake lights—to build kaleidoscopes and TV lanterns, juxtaposing the mundane with play to create surreal visions of patterns and light.

Edgerton does much of her work in and with community. In 2014 she co-founded the Durham Art Asylum, which builds creative pathways and reduces isolation among folks who struggle with mental health and addiction. This formation initiated ongoing projects in collaboration with local movement organizations involving giant kaleidoscopes, abolitionist SCUBA diving, and creative psychiatric advance directives. They currently work with Gallery of the Streets, an evolving network of artists, activists, organizers, scholars, cultural workers, and community supporters committed to exploring radical possibilities within Black geographies. Website: cedgerton.com

About perfect lovers:

perfect lovers is a new intimate space for art, movement, and sound located at 2823 N Roxboro St, Durham NC 27704. Open hours are Wednesday 10am-3pm, Thursday-Friday 8am-2pm, Saturday 10am-3pm, and during events.

We’re popping up in Durham in October!🎉Pop Box Gallery presents “Colonies,” an exhibit of new work by  at  Oct 21 - Nov ...
09/16/2022

We’re popping up in Durham in October!🎉

Pop Box Gallery presents “Colonies,” an exhibit of new work by at Oct 21 - Nov 19. Join us *next* , Oct 21, 6-8pm for an opening reception.

Follow the link in our bio for more info + stay tuned for announcements about additional events!

Cheers, yall! 🥂 Today is our last day at . Come join us for a drink and celebrate the artists in our exhibits “PROTOTYPE...
05/07/2022

Cheers, yall! 🥂 Today is our last day at . Come join us for a drink and celebrate the artists in our exhibits “PROTOTYPE” and “Folded Poetry.”

PROTOTYPE artworks are available for purchase at $50, $250, or $500.

Eliza Redmann also has a few works still available in her almost-sold-out first exhibition!

100% of all artwork sales support the artists.


Happy   y’all! Today we’re featuring our  neighbor RTP Uncorked! They are a small boutique wine shop and wine bar that s...
05/06/2022

Happy y’all! Today we’re featuring our neighbor RTP Uncorked! They are a small boutique wine shop and wine bar that sells glasses and bottles to be enjoyed at BoxyardRTP or bottles to be taken home. Uncorked has over 300 unique wines by the bottle and 16 rotating wines by the glass. Wines are chosen for their exemplary style, made with integrity, and with a focus on great farming practices.
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Thursday 12pm - 6pm
Friday 12pm - 6pm
Saturday 12pm - 6pm

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