It’s that time of year — join in!
March is Membership Drive month and AOP is extending an invitation to new members and to existing member to renew their memberships. Memberships range from individual, artist, student, family, to various levels of business. The levels are varied enough so that every budget can benefit and take advantage of being a member of AOP. Sponsorships for movies, events, stage plays and so much more are also available to anyone interested. We are in the process of updating memberships, so you may hear from us soon. For additional information, or to become a member, please contact Karen Etheredge at the historic Turnage Theatre by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact any of the staff at the theatre during business hours: Tuesdays through Thursdays 1-6 p.m.; Fridays, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.; or through AOP’s website www.artsofthepamlico.org. Thank you for being a part of the ongoing arts that make our community so engaging, exciting and unique.
AOP is a non-profit organization and the state-designated regional arts council for Beaufort and Washington counties, serving eastern North Carolina and beyond. It’s one of the longest-operating arts councils in the state at 46 years. AOP is based in its historic Turnage Theatre in downtown Washington. With live theatre, exhibits, film, music, comedy, children’s programming and virtually every artistic medium represented, you are sure to find an art activity to enjoy when you stop by.
All events take place at Turnage Theatre. The theatre is located at 150 W. Main St., in Washington. To learn more about future events, please visit AOP’s website at www.artsofthepamlico.org.
Looking for arts and cultural close to home? Each Wednesday, look for a brief article, Art Beat, from the team at the Arts of the Pamlico’s to learn about arts and cultural programming offered in Beaufort County.
Written by Crystal Holman, Arts of the Pamlico’s weekend coordinator and Karen Etheredge.