sNAPshot January 2012
Annually for nine years, the City of Raleigh has enjoyed a unique display when the lobby of the municipal building is filled to capacity with the artwork from employees and family members of the City of Raleigh and Wake County. Commonly known as the Block Gallery; this 2,296 square feet of marble walls, illuminated by custom lighting and hosting a professional hanging system, provides an ideal setting to showcase original artwork from these employees, giving all of them the opportunity to be in a true art gallery setting.
"Where Is My Life Going"
Orange County is back on board! Their last NAP Exhibit was in 2008 and we couldn’t be more pleased to have them re-join the family. This year marks their Sixth National Arts Program® Exhibit and it was a wonderful return with 148 pieces displayed. Even the Mayor and Commissioners commented that they were delighted with the artwork.