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Review – Neil Goldberg’s “Anthology” at SECCA – Micro Moments Out of Time

By Chad Nance Opening on Friday July 18th, Neil Goldberg’s “Anthology” is one of the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art’s most engaging installations in a while. Shows like “Graphic Design” and “Eric Fertman: A Comic Turn” were intellectual and aesthetic achievements, yet neither really spoke to the heart in the […]

by · July 18, 2014 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Galleries, Museums
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New Winston Museum to Present “War at Home” Event Today

By Staff New Winston Museum will host a presentation titled, “A Doctor Writes of Suffering: The Letters of Civil War Surgeon John F. Shaffner” on Tuesday, June 10, at noon. Mr. Johnnie Pearson, a Civil War scholar and author living in Hickory, will present selections from his current project, the […]

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Reynolda House Wins ‘People’s Choice Award’ for Best of the Web at International Museum Conference

By Staff Reynolda House Museum of American Art’s new website, reynoldahouse.org, was honored recently with the “People’s Choice” Award at the Museums and the Web 2014 conference in Baltimore. Museum professionals from around the world voted for the Reynolda House site among 59 nominated sites eligible for the award. Voting […]

Reynolda House Competes Against Museums in Dance Competition

Reynolda House Competes Against Museums in Dance Competition

By Staff Reynolda House Museum of American Art is one of 22 museums from around the world competing in an online competition called Museum Dance-off. The competition, organized by a blog called “When You Work at a Museum,” began May 26. Reynolda House will compete against Indiana State Museum on […]

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Reynolda House Kicks Off a Summer Full of Events

by Staff Reynolda House Museum of American Art will celebrate the start of summer with its annual “Summertime Social: Backyard Barbecue and Brews,” an outdoor, after-hours event, June 5 from 6 to 9 pm. Sarah Siskind, one of today’s most respected and covered songwriters and a stand-out independent artist who […]

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Reynolda House Invites Visitors to Bring a Friend for Free on Sunday

By Staff Reynolda House Museum of American Art invites local residents to visit the museum with a friend for free on Sunday, May 18. Reynolda House will offer one free admission with the purchase of a general adult admission on this day. The promotion is in celebration of National Art […]

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Late Spring “Taste of Art” Options at Sawtooth School

by Staff Sawtooth School for Visual Art has scheduled nine different “Taste of Art” classes for the second half of the spring quarter. The classes will kick off Friday, May 16 and run through June 6. Pre-registration is required since many of these sessions fill up quickly. Online registration is […]

Monuments Men Author Robert Edsel Coming to Old Salem

Monuments Men Author Robert Edsel Coming to Old Salem

By Staff Old Salem Museums & Gardens will present “American Perspectives featuring Robert Edsel—The Monuments Men: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History” on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 at 7 p.m. Edsel, an author with a special interest on how art and artifacts survived World War […]

by · April 1, 2014 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Museums
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Reynolda House After-Hours Event to Feature Playwright Angus MacLachlan, American Moderns, & Tattoo Night

By Staff Reynolda House Museum of American Art will host its second Reynolda Thursday after-hours event April 3, 4:30-8pm. The museum will stay open late on this night to celebrate its spring exhibition American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keeffe to Rockwell with two guest lectures, music and a cash bar. Admission […]

by · March 26, 2014 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Museums
New Public Art Unveiled at Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts Wednesday

New Public Art Unveiled at Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts Wednesday

By Staff Works by two major 20th century sculptors have been installed at the Spruce Street entrance to the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. “These are described in the art world as ‘important pieces,’” said Jim Sparrow, President and CEO of the Arts Council, “and the sites selected by […]

by · March 17, 2014 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Museums