Celebrating 14 YEARS of
Art, Culture and Civic Engagement

Due to Covid-19 we request all visitors make a reservation on the link below to schedule a time to visit our galleries.

Click the link below to view 360 degree virtual tour of artworks on display in the Fayetteville Arts Council.

Click the link below to view 360 degree virtual tour of artworks on display in the Ellington White gallery.

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Leo Twiggs In Fayetteville

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2021/22

Exhibition Schedule

Ellington-White at The Arts Council Fayetteville Cumberland County Jan. 18 - March. 13, 2021

ROOTS OF CHANGE:

Reaching Back / Moving Forward

Art and Artists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities

a national juried exhibition.

March 20 - May 1, 2021

Art For Collecting and Collectors

Works of art from several estate collections featuring John Biggers, Margaret T. Burroughs, Hughie Lee-Smith, Shirley Woodson, Dwight Smith and others at affordable prices

May 1 – June 30, 2021 

Art For the People, By the People, Our second national juried exhibition that explores social justice issues.  Curated by artist Rose-Ann Bryda

July 14 - September 4, 2021

Dwight Smith: A Retrospective View of Sixty Years as an artist. Works spanning the 1970s to 2021.

Exhibition at multiple sites.

AFRICAN ART FOR SALE

An Estate Exhibition and Sale of

African Art and John Biggers Prints 

from the 

The estate of

John and Hazel-Hales Biggers

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CONTEMPORARY ART FOR SALE
ELLINGTON-WHITE CONTEMPORARY
 
Gallery Location:  113 Gillespie St.
(Downtown Fayetteville, NC)
Gallery Hours: 11:00 AM - 4:00PM
Wednesday - Saturday
email: ewp-arts@hotmail.com
call us: 910-483-1388

Discovering the Arts 

SUMMER PROGRAM

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Call For Art

ART & SOCIAL JUSTICE

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