Arts & Culture

The Cape Fear region has a growing and vibrant arts and culture community. Cape Fear Living Magazine showcases our theater performers and dancers; features interviews and profile pieces on the regions painters, potters and sculptors. We also keep you up-to-date with the latest film festivals, book launches, author events; exhibitions and music concerts.

 
December 10, 2019

This Little Light of Mine…

Celebrate Illuminating Light at Cameron Art Museum This Holiday Season Written by: Amanda Lisk Photos Courtesy of: Alan Cradick “In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.”— Aaron Rose ‘Tis the season at the Cameron Art Museum…
November 19, 2019

A CAROLINA NUTCRACKER

On December 7th and 8th, the City Ballet will mount one of the Cape Fear region’s largest artistic projects of the season – a full-length production of the beloved holiday ballet “The Nutcracker” with a 50-piece professional orchestra and treble…
September 9, 2019

PINKSOCKS: IN PURSUIT OF GLOBAL GOOD

“We can’t always control governments (and) politics, but what we can control is how we interact with each other, one person at a time, one smile at a time, one pair of pink socks at a time.” – Nick Adkins…
June 10, 2019

PORT CITY SUMMER SOUNDS

Live music combines so many elements integral to the human experience: fellowship, food, and the pleasing under current of rhythm. These events come in many shapes and sizes and the cities and establishments adopting them soon realize the grounds become…
April 10, 2019

WILMINGTON JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL

In a city already brimming with culture and the arts, the 6th annual Wilmington Jewish Film Festival is a standout cultural success story. Since its inception, the Wilmington Jewish Film Festival has played in Thalian Hall’s main stage,…
March 27, 2019

THE FLAG THAT KILLED LINCOLN

By Michael Raab It was early 1865—the final days of the Civil War. Union forces were pummeling Fort Anderson, a Confederate port on the Cape Fear River in coastal North Carolina. When Confederate troops were overwhelmed by superior forces and…