Courses/Art Exhibits/Projects


Upcoming Art Shows/Projects

Art Lotto-one piece
August 2017
Arts Council of the Valley, Harrisonburg, VA

Nature Show-one piece
June/June 2017
Hess Financial, Harrisonburg, VA

Descent to Rising-In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month (solo show)
May 2017
Pale Fire Brewing Co., Harrisonburg, VA


First Night Invitational (one piece in show)
January 2017
Marketplace Gallery (Court Square Theater Building), Harrisonburg, VA

Small Works Invitational (one piece in show)
December 2016
Smith House Galleries (ACOV), Harrisonburg, VA

Inks

word. (Coordinator and artist)
August 2016
Smith House Galleries (ACOV), Harrisonburg, VA

 

strokesofdistinction
Group Show: Strokes of Distinction
(Angela M. Carter has one piece in the show)
July 2016
Arts Council of the Valley, Harrisonburg, VA

 

bluebird

 

Collaboration with Colorado-based photographer, Jeff James
ongoing – current

 

word. (Creator & coordinator)
October 2016
Arts Council of the Valley, Harrisonburg, VA

tulip

 

Dia de los Muertos: A Spitzer Art Center event
Friday, November 4, 2016, Opening 5-8pm
Pale Fire Brewing Company, Harrisonburg, VA

 

smallworks
Small Works Invitational Art Show, group show

Friday, December 2, 2016, Opening 5-8pm
Arts Council of the Valley, Harrisonburg, VA

 

 itcomesinwaves

 Past Art Shows/Courses

Well-behaved Women Seldom Make History
Collaborative Exhibit with Cara Walton Photography
June 2015
Ruby’s Lounge, Harrisonburg, VA

Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History

 

Speak: Photography/writing submission accepted, and donated, to the Center.
April 2015
The Collins Center, Harrisonburg, VA

 

word. (Coordinator)
February 2015
Spitzer Art Center, Harrisonburg, VA
Old Furnace Artist Residency Collaboration: Jon Henry and Angela M. Carter
Secrets Project


Poetic
: an Art Show in Honor of National Poetry Month

April 3, 2015, 5pm-8pm (Group poetry reading at 6:00pm)
Three Notch’d Brewing Company, Harrisonburg, VA
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Unjuried: photography accepted into show
March 2015
Arts Council of the Valley, Harrisonburg, VA


Juried Portrait Show: photography accepted into show
November 2014
Spitzer Art Center, Harrisonburg, VA

Juried Photography Show

Embrace Your Writing Well: Memoir Through Poetry

Everyone has a story; telling your story through poetry is something only you can do! Led by a published author, you’ll learn step-by-step techniques to tell your own story through poetry and prose. Explore memoir poetry samples and answer enlightening questions on your journey to crafting a polished poem. A wonderful gift idea for seasoned adults who wish to leave a family legacy, or a great introduction for those who want to discover the positive effects, self-exploration, and pride of writing a poem. BRCC Fine Arts Center V205
Instructor: Angela M. Carter

 

art show poster

Refraction of Wounds
Month of August,
Darrin-McHone Gallery
Harrisonburg, VA

 

Statement:
Refraction of Wounds is a conversation between two artists on struggle and heartache.   Poets/Artists Angela M. Carter and Dave Buracker present abstract paintings that represent their own personal struggles; they respond to one another’s visuals with their own respective poetry.

Artists/poets:
Dave Buracker’s poetry has been published in over a dozen journals and reviews including “The Amherst Review,” “Rock Falls Literary Review,” and William and Mary’s “The Gallery.” Dave also helped produce the first radio show in the United States dedicated to voicing young writers at JMU’s WXJM in the early 90s – the show was later syndicated nationally. He has released more than 25 electronic music albums worldwide under various names such as “Maduro,” “Darkened,” and “Teleoptyk,” has completed numerous abstract acrylic paintings (being invited to a local DC area art residency program) and has professionally written comic books. Dave graduated from Bridgewater College in 1996 and currently lives in the Washington DC area.

Angela M. Carter, a poet, motivational speaker and author of full-length poetry memoir, Memory Chose a Woman’s Body (Unbound CONTENT). Born and raised in a Virginia farming town of less than 280 country-folk, Angela moved abroad for nearly five years, and returned, along with her family, to Virginia with a new-found voice to speak of the past hidden life that she experienced. Her memoir articles have been published by Our Stories Untold and Gutsy Living; her poetry publications include several webzines and anthologies. She is a poetry editor of CityLitRag (NYC webzine), co-coordinates Rocktown Poetry Circle, and is passionate about speaking of topics that most are silent about. www.angelacarterpoetry.com

Nine poems displayed as part of the Collins Center Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Larkin Arts, Harrisonburg, VA, April 11-20, 2014.

 

© 2015-2016 Angela M. Carter