Windows on Chapel Hill
Downtown Chapel Hill storefronts come to life with site-specific installations by local artists! A collaborative project between the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership and the Town of Chapel Hill Public and Cultural Arts Office; we bring pop-up art displays to downtown storefronts, promotes artists in our community and further establish downtown Chapel Hill as a dynamic space for art. Artists interested in being considered for installations should contact Meg McGurk at 919-967-9440 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sculpture Visions is an outdoor art exhibit featuring a variety of styles, themes and media. These artworks create a sense of beauty, place and uniqueness that are a part of the shared experience for Chapel Hill’s residents and visitors.
Downtown Chapel Hill has over 20 hand-painted murals, almost all by local artists Michael Brown and Scott Nurkin, and many with the help of children in the commnunity. The murals are cultural fixtures of our community that make the downtown come alive in colors, figures and patterns. Some murals are tucked in alley ways while others are sprawled across vast building walls; collectively they have helped define a distinctive character that belongs only to downtown Chapel Hill.
Exhale on the 140 West Plaza
The Plaza at 140 West Franklin Street is downtown Chapel Hill's newest music and arts venue that features live music, dance, and interactive arts each Friday during the spring and fall. Artist Mikyoung Kim's sculpure Exhale comes to life with mist and lights; making every interaction unique for all.