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This summer, Creative Aging Network-NC launched a sampler of creative classes on its campus thanks to grants from the Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation and the Harris and Frances Block Foundation. Classes will continue throughout the fall.

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The Board of Trustees at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) has elected its slate of officers for 2022-’23, including Mark Land, the first UNCSA alumni to chair the board in the school’s history. Land, who served as vice chair for 2021-’22, was elected board chair, s…

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Among Wake Forest University’s hidden treasures stands the LAM Museum of Anthropology on the edge of its Reynolda campus. Initially inaugurated as the Museum of Man in 1963, the institution underwent a name change in 1987 to the Museum of Anthropology before finally settling on its current n…

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Winston-Salem’s Stained-Glass Playhouse kicked off its 40th anniversary season with Godspell on Friday, July 29. Godspell was conceived and originally directed by John Michael Tebelak, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz. The show first opened off-Broadway on May 17, 1971. Stained-Glas…

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Formerly Incarcerated Playwright and Cast Members Will Cross the Country This Summer in a Converted School Bus, Visiting Impacted Communities with a Play Set in Solitary Confinement CellsWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (July 28, 2022) – As part of a ten-city national tour, the End of Isolation Tour will…

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Founded in 1979, the North Carolina Black Repertory Company was the brainchild of founder Larry Leon Hamlin, and was the first organization devoted to black theater in North Carolina. Just last week, it presented the staged reading of Matias De La Flor’s staged reading of Romeo y Julieta, a …

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The Reynolda House Museum of American Art had pre-pandemic plans to capture the Triad with an American photorealism exhibition from which 28 out of its 40 works were found close to home in the Winston-Salem area. Covid-19 arrived and the project was forced on the back burner. Following two y…

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Founded in 1979 by Larry Leon Hamlin, the North Carolina Black Repertory Company (NC Black Rep) is the first professional Black theatre company in North Carolina. NC Black Rep is committed to exposing diverse audiences to Black classics, the development and production of new works, improving…

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BOONE, NC— Appalachian State University’s annual summer arts event, An Appalachian Summer Festival,wraps up its 38th season with MOMIX: Alice, Saturday, July 30 at 7pm at the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts. MOMIX’s internationally acclaimed dancer-illusionists conjure the magical wo…

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To say it’s an honor to interview George Stevens Jr. is something of an understatement. This is, after all, the man who founded the American Film Institute (AFI) and created the AFI Lifetime Achievement Award, co-founded the Kennedy Center Honors, served as co-chairman of the President’s Cou…

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Winston-Salem remains a destination at the crossroads of arts and innovation. From the National Black Theatre Festival to the Riverrun International Film Festival, and now The Artists Thrive Summit, Winston-Salem continues to garner national attention of arts and culture enthusiasts. 

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Matias De La Flor graduated from the University of North Carolina School of Arts (UNCSA) School of Drama in May, he’ll be teaching a course on Shakespeare during UNCSA’s Summer Intensive, and then he’ll be moving to New York City in August.

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Reynolda House Museum of American Art’s latest world-class exhibition, Chrome Dreams and Infinite Reflections: American Photorealism, is openthrough December 31, 2022. Curated by Reynolda’s Curator, Allison Slaby, Chrome Dreams highlights the nostalgia associated with America’s post-war boom…

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The 61st season of the Eastern Music Festival opened on Saturday, June 25th, and will run through Saturday, July 30. The summer educational and performance institution is held on Guilford College’s campus and will feature more than 60 performances throughout Greensboro and at least one in Bo…

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Since 2003, Terpsicorps Theatre of Dance has been North Carolina’s summertime professional contemporary ballet company. The company was founded in Asheville but now shares a dual residency between the cities of Asheville and Winston-Salem. Terpsicorps is known for producing innovative, thoug…

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The Stokes County Arts Council is pleased to announce the opening of an exhibit of original art by William Neagle in the Apple Gallery.  A reception is scheduled for Friday, July 8 from 5:30pm-7:00pm in the Apple Gallery of the Stokes County Arts Council 500 Main Street Danbury, NC.

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“We want to raise the awareness not only of our community, but within our community,” said Liana Adrong, Executive Director of the Greensboro-based Montagnard Dega Association, or MDA. Adrong particularly enjoys working with the MDA’s youth branch, the Montagnard American Organization, to te…