City of Arts and Innovation Events in Winston-Salem for Fall 2016

Winston-Salem is known as the City of Arts & Innovation because it offers so many opportunities for exploring your own creative side and learning about the creative pursuits of others. Here are just a few of the events coming up in September and beyond that offer up unique chances to dive into all our city has to offer.

Twin City Stage: Little Women

In their 82nd season of providing entertainment to the Triad, Twin City Stage presents the classic production of Little Women on September 23-25 and September 29-October 2. Little Women is a classic “coming of age” story that follows the lives of four sisters during the era of the Civil War while their father is serving as a minister to the troops. Check here for more information on times and ticket availability, but expect a fantastic presentation filled with talented performers and a great community environment.

SECCA-Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: Lee Walton, Glimpse (Special Presentation)

Part of the 12 x 12 artist salon series, SECCA is presenting 12 artists from North Carolina, the 12th State. Lee Walton is the featured artist for September and will offer special presentations and tour experiences every Thursday from 6-8pm throughout the month of September. As a part of this presentation, one participant wears a special pair of goggles that change how things are viewed in unique manners. The door to the goggles opens and closes without warning, providing only a glimpse of the surrounding areas and exhibits and then plunging the participant back into pitch dark. This experience enhances their perception and experience and provides a unique contrast to the viewers in the group who have no goggles. The exhibit runs September 5-25 and more information on all that SECCA has to offer can be found here.

Piedmont Craftsmen: Featured Ceramic Artists Pam Brewer and Katherine Mathisen

From September 6-30, some of the most talented ceramic artists in the Piedmont will have works on display at the Piedmont Craftsmen in downtown Winston-Salem. Pam Brewer is known for her nature-inspired creations that work to peel away the hectic distractions of modern life and reveal what is hidden beneath the surface. In contrast, Katherine Mathisen is known as a figurative artist and focuses on bringing forth the depth of human experience through figures and accents. She uses a series of firing techniques and applications to uniquely portray the emotion and experience of each piece. This display is free and open to the public, plus it is part of the gallery hops that happen downtown on a regular basis. Check out more about Piedmont Craftsmen and all they have to offer the community here.

Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University: Incredible Journeys as the Life History of Museum Objects

From September 5, 2016 to March 26, 2017 this special gallery will offer a special treat with histories behind many of the museum’s featured objects. Created by first year students in museum studies, these special histories trace objects back to their original use by doctors, traders, soldiers, and more. Students examined how the tools and objects have traveled through history to arrive at the museum. For more information, visit the website.

But Wait, There’s More!

These venues are just a few of the diverse art offerings that our city has to offer, but will get you started exploring some of the immense talent that surrounds each of us every day. Check out these and then explore even farther to really get a great Winston-Salem experience. Keep in mind that these are featured displays, so there will always be something new to see at these venues as the year continues to change seasons.

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Posted on September 27, 2016 at 4:07 pm
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