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Art at Confluence
117 Center St.
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Confluence, located in Cramerton, is a dynamic art space that serves as a creative hub for the local community. This vibrant establishment not only showcases and sells art by talented local artists but also offers a unique artist in residence program.
Confluence's artist in residence program brings together a diverse range of artists and musicians who host classes, workshops, music nights, and open mic nights. This program allows artists to share their skills, knowledge, and passion with others while creating an interactive and engaging experience for visitors.
At Confluence, you'll discover a rich tapestry of artistic expression, where creativity flourishes in every corner. The space serves as a melting pot of ideas, where artists from different disciplines come together to collaborate, inspire, and create. Whether you're an art enthusiast, a budding artist, or simply seeking a place to immerse yourself in the arts, Confluence offers a welcoming and inclusive environment for all.
With its commitment to supporting local artists, fostering community engagement, and providing a platform for artistic growth, Confluence has become a vibrant cultural destination in Cramerton. Step inside and be inspired by the art, the artists, and the unique experiences that await you at Confluence.
At Confluence visitors can rent kayaks to paddle the South Fork River, rent biycycles to ride on nearby trails or rent fishing poles, disc golf discs, cornhole bags, ping pong paddles, and more, to play at Goat Island.
The Gaston County Art Trail
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A dynamic art space in Downtown Cramerton.
Cramerton is a small town located in the Greater Charlotte area of North Carolina, inside Gaston County nestled along the South Fork River to the south of and in between Belmont and McAdenville. Visitors can access Cramerton and all it has to offer via I-85 off of 26 through Belmont or exit 23 by traveling through McAdenville. Highway 74 also runs just north of town and straight into Charlotte if you are looking for a more scenic route.