Creative North Carolina
There has been an 8% increase in creative jobs in the last year. According to the NC Arts Council, "Creative Industries are directly and indirectly responsible for almost 320,000 full time, part time, and sole proprietor jobs." These creative industry jobs generate over $12 billion in wages, salaries and benefits - $2 billion more than the impact four years ago." The arts support us all!
New YouTube Channel!
We are now posting videos of recent events associated with the Craven Arts Council & Gallery in our new YouTube channel. Click here to be redirected to YouTube.
Unity through the Arts
The Craven Arts Council's 2014 fundraiser hopes to connect all of New Bern through a corridor of beautiful artwork. Click here to find out how you, your favorite nonprofit, and your business can participate.
Bank of the Arts Juried Exhibition
The Craven Arts Council & Gallery invites you to enter the 2014 Bank of the Arts Annual Juried Exhibition. Click here for more information.
TRAA Members Show
Twin Rivers Artist Association's Annual Members show is here at the Bank of the Arts through October 2014. Don't miss this beautiful show!
At The Gallery: 20th Century American Composers Series
Join us at the Bank of the Arts for eight performances over 2014 and 2015 including Johnny Mercer, Irving Berlin, and Frank Loesser. Travel with us as we enjoy the music of the past. More information.
The next ArtWalk will be held Friday, November 14, 5-8 p.m. at multiple downtown locations. Don't miss out on what is always a wonderful night here in Downtown New Bern! Learn More
Back Gallery Exhibits
Don't miss the two featured artists, Verena Murvin and Gayle Beauchamp, in the back gallery here at the Bank of the Arts. More information here
Ebay Giving Works
Support the Craven Arts Council and add a beautiful new piece of artwork to your collection by purchasing through Ebay Giving Works. 100% of the proceeds come directly to the Craven Arts Council & Gallery. Learn More
Public Sculpture Park Moved
The 2013 - 2014 public sculpture park has been relocated to the North Carolina History Center. Visit 529 S. Front St. to see the new pieces in person! Learn More
We Have Succeeded in Lighting up the Arts
Because of the amazing support of many groups and individuals, we have been able to install the skylight in our gallery space. There is still time to become a part of our history though. More information here.
Online Shopping Now Available
Browse our new online shop to find beautiful jewelry, cards, pottery and more that you can now purchase without ever leaving your living room.