theArtWorks™

theArtWorks™ houses  a 7K square foot gallery, artists studios, coffee shop, wifi, and more.  The gallery gives artists a place to work their work, the community an event venue.  Studios include workspace, individual galleries and shop.  Meeting and classrooms are also available. And of course, the coffee shop and wifi enhances space for conversations, meetings, and social interaction.

 

4th Friday Gallery Night 6PM-9PM

Featuring: William Hubbard, Artist

The art is influenced by the desire to create visual movement. I like to see a 
strong sense of negative space and shapes with an equal voice. 
 
I have a graphic design degree from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh. 
I graduated from The University of Akron with a B.S. in Art Education, and a 
Master of Education in Art Education from East Carolina University.
Including Ceramics and Art history from The Ohio State University. 
 
Working as a freelance artist since high school. 
Currently teaching visual art at Hoggard high school. 
 
It is important to constantly learn about art, teach art, and practice art. I 
keep an open mind, so I express myself through a great deal of art materials. 
I want to entertain myself with the works that I create, I want to recreate the 
world. 
 
William Hubbard 
 

Entertainer: Al Dimarco

Fourth Friday Gallery Nights are free monthly events where downtown area galleries, studios and art spaces open their doors to the public in an after-hours celebration of art and culture. Taking place from 6:00-9:00 p.m. on the fourth Friday of each month, the self-guided tours have made the downtown area downtown Wilmington North Carolina a popular destination for art lovers.

The ArtWorks™ is planned art village providing art studios, gallery space, and an event venue-- fostering a creative environment for artists, educational opportunities, and enhancement of the Wilmington North Carolina community. Once part of the original Block Shirt factory, theArtWorks™ on Willard Street, is central to the developing district between South Front Street and Third Street, now known as the Cape Fear Historic Byway;  Near Greenfield Lake.