Cary Visual Art is honored to announce our new exhibition space, the CVA Gallery at The Cary News, on the second floor of The Cary Theater.
The Cary Theater is located at 122 E. Chatham St., in downtown Cary. Join us for celebratory receptions for during the Cary Art Loop Final Fridays from 6 to 9 p.m. Public hours for the CVA Gallery at The Cary News are Wednesday and Thursday, noon to 6 p.m.; Friday, noon to 8 p.m.; and by appointment. Contact us at 919-531-2821 or cva@
The Gallery Programs at Wake Med Cary Hospital play an integral part in supporting community artwork while also serving to brighten the halls for patients and staff. WakeMed Cary proudly supports CVA in our efforts to engage the public through artwork by local artists, school children and staff of WakeMed Cary.
The Reflection Gallery at WakeMed Cary Hospital is in recognition of local artists and in appreciation of the staff at WakeMed. The family and friends of Sandy Lappin (1947 - 2011) devotedly donate this gallery in her remembrance.
The gallery spans close to 45’ in length and is surrounded by natural light and a courtyard view through the windows. Local artists from Cary and Wake County exhibit their work in three month quarters, four times a year. This gallery was made possible by the family of Sandy Lappin, in partnership with WakeMed Cary Hospital; an expansion of the gallery took place in the summer of 2013 with funds made possible by the Cary Photographic Artists.
The Wishing Well Young Artists Exhibit represents the exuberant creativity of student artwork in the Triangle area at WakeMed Cary Hospital. The program inspires young artists through public exhibition opportunities in the hospital atrium.
Wishing Well is a partnership between WakeMed Cary Hospital and Cary Visual Art, as well as public and private elementary, middle, and high schools throughout the Cary community. The exhibitions of artwork by school-aged children enhance the hospital atmosphere for patients, families, medical staff, and visitors.