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INNER PEACE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

IPCA presents a diverse range of high quality exhibitions, lectures
and programs, including educational offerings and special events to
Robeson County and the surrounding communities. These exhibitions, lectures and programs provide youth and community members with
important insights into the visual and performing arts while learning about the creative processes. Inner Peace strives to become a recognized cultural hub and authority for cultural enrichment through visual and performing art, while being widely renown for excellence in creative programming, education, collaboration and leadership development of the arts.
A center for professional and emerging talents.

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Due to Covid-19, gallery hours are by appointment only. Please call 910-802-4340 to schedule.

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Thank you to everyone who came out to our 3 Day Sneak Peek event July 28-30, 2021, it is because of YOU we can make these things possible! A very special THANK YOU to all of our family, friends, crew, and you the public for sticking with us throughout the renovation process.

Anything is possible when we create together.

If you happen to miss the sneak peek, beginning in August we will be hosting guided tours by appointment on Wednesday through Friday each week. Please call 910-802-4340 for appointments.


Please join us again in September for our Grand Opening and ribbon cutting celebration. Event date and time TBD so please stay tuned to our website or visit www.facebook.com/innerpeaceart for event announcements!

 

See you at the gallery!

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The Mural Project

On the Chestnut Street side of the gallery building,
an interchangeable mural space is installed.
This space is for
The Mural Project. 
 

Throughout the year IPCA will showcase various murals that could tell the community's story, create a unique experience downtown, increase appreciation for the arts and artists, and increase the overall attractiveness of the space. The first mural will be created by gallery owner Melvin Morris and will be installed during the grand opening Summer 2021!
 

Want to have your mural displayed? Join us at the opening or simply follow us to find out more!

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Upcoming Events

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Meet Our Gallery Chefs

Because food is art too.

During events, we like to compliment art and wine with a colorful blend of delicious flavors. Meet Chef J, Chef LH and Chef Steven, our very own fine cuisine specialists. With combined experience and talent, they create a deliciously artful experience for any event.

 

Do you have a wedding, party or other event/celebration you are planning and need catering? The Gallery Chefs are available for booking. Please visit our Chefs page to find out more about Chef J, Chef LH and Chef Steven and how to get in touch!

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OUR TEAM

Melvin Morris
Owner/Curator

Sara Voecks
Art and Marketing Director

Eric Voecks
Resident Artist

Burritt "Bucky" Benson III
Resident Artist

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Donate to the Arts!

IPCA presents a diverse range of high quality exhibitions, lectures and programs, including educational offerings and special events to Robeson County and surrounding communities. To do this we need you. Your contribution will help us continue to expand and enhance, and grow as a cultural hub providing artistic resources to the community.

 

Thank you for your support!

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Tel. 910-802-4340

Email: ipcagallery@gmail.com

302 N. Chestnut Street, 
Lumberton, NC  28358

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Beginning in August!
Wednesday - Friday 10:00a - 5:00p

Guided tours by appointment

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302 N. Chestnut Street
Lumberton, NC  28358
Ph. 910-802-4340
ipcagallery@gmail.com

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