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Please join us for the opening reception of our annual Exceptional Children’s Art Show, featuring artwork created by over 100 students in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Exceptional Children’s Program. Celebrate the students working together to create pieces of art as a group, make art of your own, play games, and enjoy light refreshments.

This free event is part of the Carrboro/Chapel Hill 2nd Friday ArtWalk.



2nd Friday ARTWALK November 10th 6-8pm

Erica Danielle is from Durham, North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina Central University in 2013 with a Bachelors in Art Studies. This is Erica’s debut art show after a six year hiatus. She decided to reemerge in art by painting portraits. “I like to paint people. My subjects are usually myself or other black people. I was raised alongside mostly white children and was confused about my identity at a young age: I always asked for white dolls to play with and wondered why my hair didn’t move like my friends hair. It took growing up in the black body I have and observing other black people to comprehend that I did not need to reject my identity. I now feel that it is my responsibility to take pride in being black and contribute black images in society. I want to normalize the image of black people. We are dynamic people. We don’t fit into a category or genre. We are popular culture.”