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WSSU’s Brown to play with Symphony

    WSSU’s Brown to play with Symphony

Winston-Salem State University Assistant Professor of Music Dr. Myron D. Brown will be the guest pianist for Winston-Salem Symphony concerts on Saturday, Nov. 16 (7:30 p.m.) and Sunday, Nov. 17

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Indian art to be featured at Delta and MOA

    Indian art to be featured at Delta and MOA

The Delta Arts Center will co-present an exhibit with the Wake Forest Museum of Anthropology (MOA). “Creating: Quilts and Crafts of the Lakota” combines two independent related exhibits. “Creating: Quilts

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Sawtooth project on display at cancer centers

    Sawtooth project on display at cancer centers

A collection of photographs and story boards created by Sawtooth School students and staff is currently on display at the Novant Health Derrick L. Davis Cancer Center. Though the display,

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UNCSA great at graduating students

    UNCSA great at graduating students

The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) is among the country’s top small public colleges for graduation rates, according to a recent Chronicle of Higher Education report.

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Film on race debuts in Wilmington

    Film on race debuts in Wilmington

“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater.

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UNCSA to present Wilson classic

    UNCSA to present Wilson classic

The School of Drama and the School of Design & Production at the University of North Carolina School of the

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SECCA hires curator

    SECCA hires curator

The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) has appointed Cora Fisher as its new curator to continue expanding SECCA’s legacy

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Emmy goes to Bennett alumna

    Emmy goes to  Bennett alumna

“The Loving Story” took home the award for Outstanding Historical Programing (Long Form) at the 34th Annual News and Documentary

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Post-Civil War freedoms to be probed at symposium

    Post-Civil War freedoms to be probed at symposium

The North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University and Old Salem are hosting a

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Slave houses opening for tours

    Slave houses opening for tours

Historian Joseph McGill is sleeping in slave cabins throughout the East Coast, and he’s coming to Historic Stagville for his

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