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Book Review: “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence” by Anita Hill

    Book Review: “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence” by Anita Hill

Book Review: “Believing: Our Thirty-Year Journey to End Gender Violence” by Anita Hill

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Is redlining the cause for the lack of generational wealth? New exhibit takes a closer look

    Is redlining the cause for the lack of generational wealth? New exhibit takes a closer look

The Winston-Salem Foundation, HUSTLE W-S, and the African American Heritage Initiative have come together to bring an exhibit to the city that takes a critical look at redlining, it’s impact on the community and the people who call Winston-Salem home. 

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Busta’s Event Of The Week: Tabitha Brown’s book tour begins with a sold-out crowd in Greensboro

    Busta’s Event Of The Week: Tabitha Brown’s book tour begins with a sold-out crowd in Greensboro

Busta’s Event Of The Week: Tabitha Brown’s book tour begins with a sold-out crowd in Greensboro

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Is removal of local artist’s mural art censorship?

    Is removal of local artist’s mural art censorship?

Winston-Salem is known as the City of Arts and Innovations for its vibrant visual and performing arts communities. But what happens when art is censored by an entity established to further the creation and enjoyment of art? Nick Schmidt found out first hand when he had his mural removed from a downtown park. 

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Multiple literary honors for N.C. children’s book author

  Multiple literary honors for N.C. children’s book author

“Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre,” a children’s picture book by Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrated by the late Floyd Cooper, has won a Boston Globe/Horn Book Honor, been named a finalist for the Kirkus Prize, and been longlisted for the National Book Award. Weatherford calls ”Unspeakable” a lamentation for victims and survivors of the 1921 massacre, the worst incident of racial violence in U.S. history. 

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Arts Council seeking individual artists and groups to apply for Artist Support Grants

  Arts Council seeking individual artists and groups to apply for Artist Support Grants

Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County is seeking individual artists and incorporated artist groups to apply for its annual Artist Support Grant Program. These grants help artists in a five-county region further their professional and artistic development.  Committed, gifted individual artists and collaborative groups in Forsyth, Davidson, Davie, Guilford and Randolph counties are eligible to apply. Grants will range from $500 – $2,000. Applications are due on or before Monday, October 18 at 11:59 p.m.

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‘Let the Record Show’ exhibit at Central Library features old records and album covers

  ‘Let the Record Show’ exhibit at Central Library features old  records and album covers

A new exhibit that opened on Sept. 1, “Let the Record Show,” reuses vinyl records and album covers. The exhibit was organized by the nonprofit DENT, a creative reuse center and art laboratory in Winston Salem. Artists created 28 paintings, videos, sculptures, clothing and lamps for the exhibit.

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No one without hope plants a garden

  No one without hope plants  a garden

No one without hope plants a garden

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Arts Council initiates new requirements in response to rising COVID cases

  Arts Council initiates new requirements in response to rising COVID cases

As local COVID cases reach the highest level since Winter 2021, Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County is taking precautionary steps to support the overall well-being of our arts and cultural sector.

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New club for adults hitting the skating rink for fun and fitness

  New club for adults hitting the skating rink for fun and fitness

Nearly everyone above the age of 40 can remember having a fun outing at the skating rink as a child. Skating is not as popular as it once was, but Ole Skool Skaters (OSS) is seeking to change that for adults in the Winston-Salem area. OSS will hold an event every second Saturday of the month at Skateland USA of Clemmons, located at 2512 Neudorf Rd.

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