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Info Junkie: Rhonda Bellamy

By Staff Reports, posted May 22, 2020

Rhonda Bellamy

Executive Director,
The Arts Council of Wilmington/ New Hanover County


At the Arts Council, Bellamy oversees the organization's mis­sion to support artists and arts organizations through public/ private partnerships that support jobs, stimulate commerce and showcase the region as an arts destination.

“Our lives are so touched by technology that it has become our second nature. I used to say that somewhat begrudgingly before the pandemic hit,” Bellamy said. “I have a greater appreciation now for its ability to connect people who might be further isolated if they didn’t have the means to stay connected through technology.”

Newspapers and magazine Bella­my regularly reads include Great­er Wilmington Business Journal, WILMA, StarNews, Port City Life, encore, New York Times, Washing­ton Post and The Guardian.

Her favorite websites and blogs include Arts North Carolina, The Mot­ley Fool, WHQR and BBC News.

“I’m rereading the late Toni Morrison’s entire canon, The Millionaire Next Doorby Thom­as J. Stanley, the last installment in Alexander McCall Smith’s “The No.1 Ladies’ De­tective Agency” series and “The Opposite of Fate” by Amy Tan.“

Favorite apps include Jeopardy and Home Design, both for personal enjoy­ment.
“I love trivia and interior design.”

Find Bellamy on Facebook @artscouncilofwilmington, Twitter @ArtsofWilm and on LinkedIn.
 
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