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Musicians to lead Reynolds students in concert

    Musicians to lead Reynolds students in concert

International recording artist and Emmy-winning composer Mark Wood, an original member of the multi-platinum-selling Trans-Siberian Orchestra and creator of the revolutionary Viper electric violin, is bringing his groundbreaking music education

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Children’s Museum celebrating 10th anniversary  

    Children’s Museum celebrating 10th anniversary  

Under the theme “A Decade of Play,” Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem will mark its 10th anniversary with special programming for 10 months, March through December. This month, BB&T is sponsoring

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Student art show opens tomorrow

    Student art show opens tomorrow

The art of local students will be showcased at the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Spring Arts Extravaganza in Reynolds Place in the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts,  251 North Spruce

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Local artists bringing arts movement to town 

    Local artists bringing arts movement to town 

One City, One Prompt (OCOP) movement is coming the Triad. Billed as a dynamic series of writing, performance, activist and community-building events, OCOP is a global effort, bringing people together

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“Aida” opening March 21

    “Aida” opening March 21

(pictured above:  David Joy and Natasha Gore in “Aida.”) The Theatre Alliance of Winston-Salem, 1047 W. Northwest Boulevard, will present “Aida”

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Gee to bring piece of Africa to UNCG

    Gee to bring piece of Africa to UNCG

(pictured above:  Robin Gee performs.) Robin Gee, associate professor of dance at UNCG, spent six months last year studying dance and

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Tour focuses on black artists and craftsmen

    Tour focuses on black artists and craftsmen

The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) at Old Salem Museums & Gardens is offering a special tour during

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‘Idol’ to judge competition

    ‘Idol’ to judge competition

Former “American Idol” contestant Tiquila Wilson is slated to be a celebrity judge for a competition to pick singers to

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Culinary scholar to headline Old Salem fundraiser 

    Culinary scholar to headline Old Salem fundraiser 

“American Perspectives featuring Adrian Miller: Black Chefs in the White House” will be held on Saturday, Feb. 15 at Old

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Authoring Action’s annual Retrospective coming to SECCA

    Authoring Action’s annual  Retrospective coming to SECCA

(pictured above:  Authoring Action co-founder Nathan Ross Freeman poses with some of the program’s young participants in 2012.) The teen

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