Photograph of distorted horizon with blurry, bright colors of yellow, red, pink and black

New Exhibition Featuring North Carolina Image Makers on Display Now

View Online and at the Block Gallery

Image Above: #Merging #Nightdrives 30, 2022, Lee Nisbet, Unique archival pigment print, 30” x 40”

MAKE // TAKE, on display from October 5, 2022, through January 20, 2023, is an exhibition of photographic works by North Carolina-based image makers, curated by gallerist and photographer Lindsay Metivier of Peel Gallery + Photo Lab. The exhibition title evokes the conversation about whether or not photographs are made or taken. 

Learn more about MAKE // TAKE

How to See the Exhibition

  1. View artwork images online
  2. Attend the Artist Reception on Friday, October 7 from 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
  3. Visit the Block Gallery Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
    1. Free and open to the public
    2. Visitors can park in the Municipal Building Deck at 201 W Morgan St. Raleigh, NC 27601
    3. Before visiting, please review the Raleigh Municipal Building rules

About Block Gallery

Connecting local artists to community through ongoing exhibitions and public outreach, the Block Gallery was dedicated in 2006 to honor Miriam Preston Block, a former Raleigh City Council member and community leader. Greeting all visitors to the Upchurch Government Complex, the gallery’s marble walls and elegant staircase provide an ideal setting for showcasing original artworks. Exhibits change every eight to 12 weeks.

About Raleigh Arts

Raleigh Arts, a part of the City of Raleigh’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department, fosters and promotes the arts in Raleigh by administering the programs of the Raleigh Arts Commission and the Public Art and Design Board and supporting the Pullen and Sertoma Arts Centers.

Associated Event




Stacy Bloom Rexrode
Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, Raleigh Arts

Block Gallery