In the 1970s and early ‘80s, Raleigh’s Cameron Village Underground was where national and local stars played. R.E.M., Go-Go’s, Doc Watson and others played there. Chris Seward's photo exhibit at the City of Raleigh Museum documents the era.
After its huge success on Broadway, "Hamilton" expanded to Chicago, where it has been playing in an open-ended run since October 2016. The Tony-winning musical, which is this season’s hottest ticket, opens at DPAC in November.
Brooklyn artist Kevin Lyons new mural has his trademark design of whimsically cartoonish monsters in "Morgan Street Jazz Monsters: A Tribute to the Jazz Giants of North Carolina" which pays homage to some of the state's most iconic musicians.
Experience in 360-degree video the North Carolina Museum of Art's new immersive and interactive installations by 14 contemporary artists, 'You Are Here: Light, Color and Sound Experiences.' Chief curator Linda Dougherty explains the exhibit.