PSB assistant editor Kate Swanson joined the North Carolina Motorcycle Dealer Association (NCMDA) at the GreenHill Center for Center for NC Art for the Motorcycle. Art. Design. (M.A.D.) exhibit on Feb. 11.
The M.A.D. exhibit is a cutting edge art installation, which features a collection of 22 electric American, European and Japanese bikes dating from 1902 through present day. The exhibition also included a lifestyle section and a "Biker Bar."
Members of the NCMDA were in town for the association's annual winter meeting and were able to mingle around the bikes in the gallery during the Leather & Lace kickoff party.
The M.A.D. exhibit runs from Feb. 3 to June 8, and costs $8 per person. Attendants under the age of 15 get in for free.
GreenHill offers a wide-range of exhibitions featuring works by contemporary North Carolina artists. Exhibitions are developed to give artists opportunities at every stage in their careers and include solo, group and thematic shows. A series of rotating exhibitions are presented each year, representing the best visual art of N.C.