Portraits of Raleigh - A City and Her People
Sneak Preview of some of the photography in the show.
AT THE RALEIGH CITY MUSEUM
The exhibit is composed of over 350 submissions by local photographerswill. It is going to run for 6 months, with one set of photos being featured the first three months, and a second set rotating in for the next 3 months. Therefore, there will be an opening reception on March 6, 2009, and a second opening reception on June 5, 2009 as well.
MUSEUM HOURS: Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm | Saturday 1pm to 4pm | Closed Sunday & Monday
DIRECTIONS - Coming from the North
Take Capital Boulevard South toward downtown
Turn left after Nash Square onto Martin Street
Cross over McDowell and Salisbury Streets
Turn left onto Fayetteville Street
The museum will be on the left side in the middle of the block.
PARKING - There are parallel parking spots along Fayetteville Street that are free for two hours. On weekends, you can usually find a spot on Fayetteville Street easily, but during the week they fill up quickly. There are also two nearby parking garages: Alexander Square Deck and Moore Square Deck. Both are accessible from Wilmington Street and are less than a block from the museum. They are free on weekends but charge a small fee during the week.