UUCOB Cultural Crossroads Series
UUCOB Movie Night – EMANUEL (2019)
February 22, 2020 7:00 pm
New documentary by Brian Ivie about the white supremacist hate crime that left nine African American worshipers dead in Charleston’s historic Mother Emanuel Church.
And Continuing our “Untold Stories of North Carolina” speakers…
March 28, 2020 7:00
Randell Jones presents:
“Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina”
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Art at the Meetinghouse
Lynda & George Wood – Joint Art Exhibit
February 9 through April 1
Opening Reception – Open to the Public
Lynda and George Wood, who do watercolor and photography respectively, will show their work together at the Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse. Both artists will give a talk about themselves and their work starting promptly at 11:45. Refreshments will be served.
Lynda Wood explores her lifelong passions for nature, the environment and art through the medium of watercolor. The opportunity for creativity within this medium seems limitless and thus stimulates her imagination. Watercolor can be baffling, challenging, exciting and fun all at once.
George H Wood, CPP, says that his artistic philosophy is to present ‘stories illuminated’. His formal training as a scientist and lifelong avocation of philosophy, forms the foundation of his craft that is consistent with reality and yet spiritual in essential principals.
Linda and George are both long-term residents of the Outer Banks and have had fulfilling careers in other fields. George has an environmental consulting company and Lynda is a retired teacher. They have both been very involved in community work mainly, Lynda as Executive Director of the OBX Marathon and George on the Dare County Airport Authority for many years.
Art Show – John and Eileen Tullner
John and Eileen Tullner, award-winning photographer and water colorist, will exhibit their art at UUCOB. The couple resides in Manteo, NC and Kilmarnock, VA. Their art is inspired by the natural surroundings where they reside.
Please join us for the opening reception on Sunday December 1 at 11:45am.
Free and open to the public.