“At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer.”Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen

Art can be as haunting as it is beautiful. It can be a reprieve from fears and traumas or the catalyst that forces you to face them. Art is cathartic, for both the artist and viewer. This week, on the 17th anniversary, we explore the works of art created in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks.

9/11 Peace Story Quilt: Faith Ringgold and New York City students

Dear Jeff…: Virginia Fitzgerald

9/11 Series: Donna Levinstone

Untitled artwork appearing in Tribeca: Banksy

IX XI: Ultra Violet

Tumbling Woman: Eric Fischl

Never Forget 2: Busser Howell

Gesture: Manju Shandler

Fallen: Doug and Mike Starn


@ Alabama Chanin
Look for savings on select styles and colors in the coming days, as we make room for our Fall Collection.

@ The School of Making
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@ The Factory Store + Café
Lunch + Saturday brunch menu here.

The Factory is hosting Raleigh-based Hawks and Doves for a return pop-up shop September 22nd – October 6th. Hawks and Doves leather bags, accessories, and goods have been created by founder Jess Ullom from her home studio since 2012. Learn more here.

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