Help us welcome Eugenie McDonald as our May artist at Caffe Driade!
We’re excited to be nominated for Best Coffee Shop in Orange/Chatham County for Indy Week’s Best of the Triangle! Click here to vote.
We wanted to announce our support of the Equal Origins Program In collaboration with Carrboro Coffee Roasters!
This program works to unlock the potential of coffee farming women, youth and their families, to promote equitable opportunities & catalyze a supply chain that works for everyone.
At a workshop in Nicaragua, February 27 & 28, titled “Strengthening the Links of the Coffee Value Chain through Gender Equity” , 30 participants from households, producer organizations and roasters were brought together to exchange their experiences and perspectives and work on a collaborative vision and roadmap for work at these three levels of the value chain to accelerate impact for families, communities and the supply chain as a whole.
The Equal Origins Initiative – will work to ensure that everyone, at every level of the supply chain, matters equally.
Join us in welcoming Kathy Miles-Morgan as our April resident artist!
Chapel Hill Magazine has opened their nominations for Best of Chapel Hill 2018! We’re excited to be included with some of Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s best and brightest, and we hope you’ll vote for us!
Carrboro Coffee Roaster’s President, Scott Conary, recently sat down with Ron Stutts on WCHL’s “This is Tourism”. Give it a listen here!
Dar Williams recently published a book detailing her experience touring through small-town America, and we’re excited to see the coffee scene in neighboring town, Carrboro, NC, featured! Be sure to grab a copy to read up on her experience.
We’re excited to announce our February artist, Michael McCue!
Local artist and art educator Michael McCue will beshowcasing several paintings that explore the balance of realistic subjectmatter but unconventional color and abstraction. Born and raised in Long Island, New York, he is a new North Carolinian after relocating to pursue his dream of becoming an elementary art teacher. His paintings began with a conceptual series of self-portraits breaking into puzzle pieces tolater evolve into more painterly, whimsical, color theory inspired works. He often draws inspiration from the enthusiasm and curiosity of his elementary age students and creates paintings that he finds others would enjoy creating too. He feels that the teaching of art is the teaching of life in many aspects which enhances the idea that all artists see the world differently.
Please join us in welcoming our January artist, Audrey Barcus! Come check out her work through the entire month of January.
Wishing you a happy and healthy 2018!