(pictured above: Chapter leaders Gladys Wilson, financial secretary, Charette Guthrie, recording secretary, Elizabeth Newton, first vice president, Lisa Smith, president, Camille French, second vice president and Shareka Brown, corresponding secretary.) The
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) has appointed Cora Fisher as its new curator to continue expanding SECCA’s legacy as a dynamic destination for exploring the best in contemporary art.
SECCA has received a $10,000 challenge grant from an anonymous donor. From now until June 30, gifts to the art gallery will be matched 100 percent up to $10,000 to
Former Forsyth Technical Community College administrator Dr. Arnold Hence and his wife, Anna, are embracing their love of the arts during their retirement. He is a budding photographer; she is
Organizers Seeking Local Artists for Juried and Non-Juried Competitions The inaugural Second Spring Arts festival will take place May 14-17,