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Grant Recipients Featured in "The Fayetteville Observer" Ahead of Their Exhibit

“I don’t think I could have produced the works for this show without the grants from the Arts Council”

Sandy and Raul Rubiera
Sandy and Raul Rubiera

Fayetteville, N.C. – Artists Raul and Sandy Rubiera were featured in a recent Fayetteville Observer article ahead of the opening of their exhibit “PRINTED”.  The exhibit will be placed in our Local Artist Spotlight Gallery.

Raul and Sandy are past recipients of grants from The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County, which Raul credits for helping them complete some of the work that will be featured.


“I don’t think I could have produced the works for this show without the grants from the Arts Council,” Rubiera said.

Join us from 6PM - 8PM on March 8th for the opening of “PRINTED," a collection of 3-D print sculpture and linocut prints made by Raul and Sandy.

The free exhibit will be open to the public for viewing from March 8-24.


March 8-24, 2024

301 Hay Street

Fayetteville, NC 28301

For more information about grants and subsidy programs, visit or contact:

Michael Houck

Director of Grants and Allocations

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The Arts Council of Fayetteville|Cumberland County is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization based in Fayetteville, NC that connects our communities, embraces diversity, promotes individual creativity, advances economic development, and fosters lifelong learning through the arts. As the primary steward of public and private funding for arts, cultural and history activities in the Cape Fear Region, the Arts Council and the agencies it supports are known for the core values of excellence, accountability, transparency, collaboration, and innovation.

Grants, programs, and services of the Arts Council are funded, in part, by contributions from community partners and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County, and the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources. 

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