Motion picture shows return to the West End this summer as Durham Cinematheque and A/V Geeks join forces with The Scrap Exchange to present the new Lakewood Drive In. Located in the parking lot beside The Scrap Exchange in the “Shoppes at Lakewood” shopping center, the drive in will present three … Continue reading
On Sunday, January 18th, local poets will share their work with the public. Published authors Lou Lipsitz and Hugh Giblin will read their poetry, and afterwards community members can read their own. Poets are encouraged to share work that relates to the environment or reuse. Lipsitz’s newest collection, “if this … Continue reading
Do your last minute holiday shopping at Craftland Holiday Market this weekend and support local creative re-use artists! Craftland will be open during the following hours: 6-9pm on Third Friday, December 19 12-7pm on Saturday, December 20 12-7pm on Sunday, December 21 This weekend features: DIY Terrarium kits and aromatherapy … Continue reading
Just to show our teachers how much we love and appreciate them, we have designated September as Teacher Appreciation Month at The Scrap Exchange! All teachers receive a 20% discount off their retail purchases throughout this month with a valid ID. (Discounts do not apply to Artist Marketplace or Cameron … Continue reading
Our Item of the Week is 3M laminate rolls! Any size, just $10. Each roll contains 50 yards of peel and stick laminate. Sale price valid April 27 – May 3.
The Scrap Exchange turns 23 years old this month, and to celebrate we are honoring YOU, our most valuable customers, with Customer Appreciation Week! Customer Appreciation Week runs April 12-19, and kicks off with our Semi-Annual Storewide Sale on April 12. Our entire inventory of scrap materials is on … Continue reading
Our Item of the Week special for February 10-16 is 50% off rubber stamps. Stock up today! Good thru Sunday, February 16.
Triangle Book Arts Show book and letterpress art January 17 – February 15 Opening Reception: Friday, January 17 from 6-9 pm The concept of a “book” is being scrambled now. Classic books have been digitized and accessible from the internet. Authors can write specifically for e-book publishing, bypassing traditional publishing … Continue reading
Dear Friends, We are super- hero crazy around here and are convinced that our special power is turning trash into treasure! What is your special power? Is it saving materials from going to the landfill? Making things from reclaimed materials? Sparking imaginations and teaching others to create? Supporting activities that … Continue reading
Ghostly, angelic women cloaked in mist, tarot themes, and Appalachian magick come together on found wood in the next Green Gallery show at The Scrap Exchange. Haunted Moon, opening October 18th, explores gender identity, socioeconomics and the creative reuse of objects and media. Jerris Gibbs is a Tennessee-born, self-taught, folk/outsider … Continue reading