Encouraging the artistic growth of area artists and increasing public awareness of fine visual art.
To build a more just and inclusive world, the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice (PMC) engages a diversity of communities to lift up the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray, a 20th century African American human rights activist, lawyer, feminist, poet, Episcopal priest and LGBTQ community member. The Center stewards Murray’s childhood home as the anchor for our National Historic Landmark site and advances story and truth-telling as powerful tools for healing and advancing human rights.
To enrich, empower, include, educate, and entertain.
The Peanut Factory supports emerging and professional contemporary artists, writers, and other creative individuals through residencies in a setting grounded in local history, while emphasizing international understanding. Guided by the belief that creative expression transforms lives on a personal scale while enriching the framework of society, The Peanut Factory develops strategic partnerships to facilitate cultural growth and economic development in eastern North Carolina and beyond.
Laertes is an independent press committed to literary translation -- to the furthering of that particular art. Our aim is also to relay works from far and wide, in any genre, that render the full human weight.
To ensure the arts are a thriving part of Wayne County.
a/perture cinema’s mission is to engage and entertain the community through the art of film by showcasing informative, educational, thought-provoking and inspiring films - films that enrich our lives, engage our minds, promote diversity and build community
Friends of Fort Fisher partners with Fort Fisher State Historic Site and the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources to preserve the Fort Fisher historic battlefield and training ground, interpret Fort Fisher's stories and promote a greater understanding of and appreciation for the significance of Fort Fisher’s role in our history.