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RiverRun to honor three up and comers

    RiverRun to honor three up and comers

Terence Nance will be among this year’s RiverRun International Film Festival’s Spark Award winners. The Dallas, Texas native studied visual art and his practice includes installation, performance, music and moving

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Old Salem plans day trip

    Old Salem plans day trip

Old Salem Museums & Gardens is offering a trip to the North Carolina Museum of History on Saturday, May 18 to view the Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation that is dated Sept.

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Noted director helping local students make films

    Noted director helping  local students make films

“We’re rolling,” called out the director. “Action!” With student Lanaiya Jennings operating the movie camera, student Effren Rumbo started walking down a hall at Diggs-Latham Elementary School carrying a giant

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Matijcio leaving SECCA

    Matijcio leaving SECCA

Steven Matijcio, the curator of contemporary art at Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) is leaving to assume a new curatorial position at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Ministry sponsoring ‘Girl Rising’ screening

  Ministry sponsoring  ‘Girl Rising’ screening

The critically-acclaimed film “Girl Rising” will be screened April 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Carmike Wynnsong 12, 4510 Kester

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Tickets for “Crowns” on sale

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will conclude its 34th season of providing professional theater to the Triad with “Crowns,”

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Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

  Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

Dr. Trevor Getz, author of the critically acclaimed “Abina and the Important Men,” will speak at Winston-Salem State University on

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New book earns award for Salem professor

  New book earns award for Salem professor

Salem College Assistant Professor of History Dr. Tekla Ali Johnson was honored with a book award from the National Council

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Young musician’s talent leads to generous donation

  Young musician’s talent leads to generous donation

Tyler Montgomery, 15, recently walked into The Bass Violin Shop in Greensboro to have his upright bass repaired. While waiting,

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Incubator space seeks finanical help

  Incubator space seeks finanical help

The Winston-Salem Center for Education and the Arts’ The John 3:16 Building on West Sixth Street is receiving growing financial

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