OBX ART TRUCK
The OBX Art Truck is a 1991 Ford f150 pick-up that hosts exhibitions of artists and performers in her bed as she traverses the rural and coastal communities of North Carolina. She is a temporal experiment aimed at providing an intersection between conceptual artists from the Southeastern United States and communities historically underexposed to contemporary practices in the arts.
Scud: The colloquial term in “Ocra-brogue” (the dialectic from Ocracoke Island) meaning to cruise around either by sea or land for pleasure.
THANK YOU to these amazing artists who brought unique opportunities for interactions between the arts and our community!
Neill Prewitt, Atlanta, GA
“Prewitt’s Phenomenal Allegory"“
April 29th, Mickey L. Burnim Fine Arts Center, Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City, 11am
Laura Sellers, Asheville, NC
May 19th, Virginia Dare Highway, Dare County, North Carolina, 9am - 2pm
Evan Reed, Washington D.C.
June 1st, Manteo, North Carolina, Dare Days Festival
Jack Michael, Atlanta, GA
“Flag for a New Republic”
July 19th, Virginia Dare Highway, Dare County, North Carolina, 9am - 2pm