The Randolph Arts Guild Shop

 is fully stocked with exquisite and enchanting items to fulfill your buying needs for yourself or those for whom you are shopping. Our discriminating buyer has chosen arts and crafts created by local and regional artisans. 

Fall Festival

Randolph Arts Guild Fall Festival Registrations are Due NOW!

North Carolina Potters Conference

The North Carolina Potters Conference is a premier ceramics conference.  Through its history the conference has featured the some of the best ceramics artists from around the world.  This conference centers on simultaneous demonstrations cultivating a dialogue of techniques, concepts, and experiences between the artists and the audience. 

The Randolph Arts Guild

is now accepting resumes for these positions:


Randolph Arts Guild Executive Director

Randolph Arts Guild is seeking a dynamic, experienced leader to serve as Executive Director.  This position will be responsible for implementing the organization’s strategic goals, fundraising initiatives, writing grant applications, supervising program activities, leading the day-to-day administrative functions, and ensuring staff and volunteers are in place to meet operational needs. The job requires exceptional management, organizational, and communication skills, plus the ability to represent the RAG with artists, community and governmental organizations and officials, donors and the general public.

Key responsibilities include:
Hiring and evaluation of staff.
Assisting in recruiting and training volunteers and board members.
Overseeing the daily activities/operations of the RAG.
Providing fiscal and financial oversight for the organization.
Developing and administering fundraising, membership and marketing efforts and grant writing.
Organizing, planning and executing organization events and exhibits.
Implementing strategic initiatives as outlined by the Board
Recommending program initiatives and directing implementation of the annual program plan.
Representing the RAG at official functions.
Serving as liaison to local government, partner organizations and the arts community
Collaboration with the Board of Directors and committee chairs.

Education and Experience:
High School diploma with a minimum of seven years’ experience or Associates Degree with a minimum of five years’ experience.
Experience in the nonprofit industry and working with and being supervised by a Board of Directors.
Evident passion for and appreciation of arts and culture.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. To apply, send an email with a cover letter detailing qualifications, resume, and compensation requirements to (email applications are required). For questions, contact Grace Moffitt at Communications will be treated
with confidence and resumes will be accepted until position is filled; however, the active application period is now through August 31, 2018.

A Word about

Asheboro Fall Festival

Asheboro Fall Festival


Are you interested in being part of the 46th Annual Fall Festival?  It’s not too late to register as a vendor!

This years Fall Festival will be held on October 6th and 7th in beautiful downtown Asheboro.  

Click the button below for detailed information on how to register for this years festival, or contact us directly at 336-629-0399.

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Our Mission:

The mission of the Randolph Arts Guild is to develop, coordinate, and promote activities for the citizens of Randolph County to educate, foster appreciation, and provide for self-expression of the arts.

The Randolph Arts Guild

123 Sunset Avenue Asheboro, NC 27203

PO Box 1033 Asheboro, NC 27204

Phone: (336) 629-0399 Fax: (336) 629-2892

Randolph Arts Guild