BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Tomorrow night, Winston-Salem State University’s (WSSU) Diggs Gallery will open a powerful new exhibit that takes control of the stereotypes and prejudices associated with African-American
Photo courtesy Ric Whitney and Tina Perry-Whitney Dr. James Pope Guest Columnist “I am invisible; understand, simply because people refuse to see me. …When they approach me they see only
In photo above: Shanta Hauser, executive chef at The Bistro at Winston-Salem Hotel & Spa, hosts a food tasting and art exhibition on Saturday, June 20. (Photo by Erin Mizelle
(pictured above: A screen shot from Kevin Jerome Everson’s “The Island of St. Matthews.”) A number of special of events are slated to coincide with “Kevin Jerome Everson: Gather Round,”
(pictured above: Endia Beal) Endia Beal, a North Carolina based artist and educator, has been named interim director of the
(pictured above: A piece by Xavier Webster, 13, at Northwest Middle School.) Local students spent part of a recent Saturday at
(pictured above: Student artists learn from law students.) On March 21, the Wake Forest University Law School Pro Bono Group and
Friends, Colleagues Give Retired Professor a Big Send-Off Winston-Salem State University bid a fond farewell last week to Rev. Dr.