Lisa Winslow

Executive Director at Pasquotank Arts Council

Pasquotank Arts Council
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Last Updated 2/28/2008

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Employment History

President  - Artist Guild/Membership Association


Board Member  - ARTS North Carolina Inc

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Tunde Afolayan (ArtsZone), Lisa Winslow (Pasquotank Arts Council) and Fae Deaton (ArtsZone Board) were among the participants o f the audio conference at the Pasqutank Arts Council Gallery in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

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Lisa Winslow, director of the Pasquotank Arts Council, which organized the festival, said she hopes to make the More Fashion photography info Manila Bulleting Online - Anthea, who hails from Batac, Ilocos Norte says in her email that since high school, she already loved photography.She relates: "I used to borrow my mother s camera.

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Below: Lisa Winslow, executive director of the newly renamed Arts of the Albemarle, addresses a crowd of about 100 people during an event to kick off the planned restoration of the Chesson-Lowry building on Main Street in Elizabeth City Monday morning.(ENLARGE)Lisa Winslow, PAC's executive director, announced that the organization's new name from now on will be Arts of the Albemarle, to reflect the Pasquotank group's decision to expand its reach into Gates and Camden counties. Also, the regional arts center will be called simply, The Center, and no longer the Lowry-Chesson building, Winslow said. Banners containing both names were unveiled during Monday's ceremony.Winslow expects The Center, which is being renovated by A.R. Chesson Construction Co., to be open by November 2008. "This project is on the way.Finally it's a reality," she said.Marc Basnight, D-Dare, were instrumental in obtaining a $500,000 state grant for the project, Winslow said. Winslow said the new center will be well worth the wait. "I know it's taken a lot of patience to get this far," she said.Its revamped second floor will feature a state-of the-art theatre capable of seating up to 300 people, Winslow said.The theater space will also be capable of hosting weddings, banquets and dinner theater, she said.Other rooms in the facility will be used for Arts of the Albemarle's arts classes and can be rented for meetings. To date, about $3.5 million in donations, pledges and anticipated tax credits have been raised for The Center project, Winslow said.About $300,000 of that amount has been spent thus far, she said. Winslow said naming rights are still available for theater seats for donations of $500 each, while naming rights for The Center can be had for $1 million. Built in 1897 at the corner of Poindexter and Main streets, the three-story Lowry-Chesson building was used as a department store before closing several years ago.

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