Arts

Arts
1:00 pm
Fri August 1, 2014

Jim Dodson, Behind the Scenes with Mary Dalton, India Arie, and The Sharing Project

Author and editor Jim Dodson.

Triad Arts Weekend: August 1, 2014

Today on the show we’ll explore the art of the magazine, celebrate LGBT movie-making, explore the spiritual side of music-making, and wrap up with a better understanding of what it truly means to share. Best-selling author, educator, and O. Henry Magazine editor Jim Dodson is here with the August issue preview and more great local essays than you can shake a stick at. Then film scholar Mary Dalton takes us Behind the Scenes at Out at the Movies Series, Winston-Salem and the Triad's LGBT Film Series. Their celebrating their tenth anniversary and Mary’s saved you an aisle seat. Four-time Grammy Award-winner India Arie gives us a glimpse into the spiritual side of her songwriting and performance practice, and artist, filmmaker, and Wake Forest University educator Joel Tauber just wrapped up an entire sabbatical tackling the sometimes thorny issue of sharing, and he can’t wait to share what he’s discovered along the way with you

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Arts
8:36 am
Fri August 1, 2014

Outta the Bag Tradition Returns to Downtown: Lunchtime Has Never Been More Fun

The Senior Cheerleaders.
MyFox8

Outta the Bag is an hour of lunchtime entertainment in downtown Winston-Salem’s Winston Square Park every Tuesday at noon. It’s an intimate, shaded venue where local writers, performers and artists share their family-friendly work with live audience members who take an hour to kick back, enjoy their packed lunches and some good, free outdoor performances. Lynn Byrd is a published author who sits on the Winston-Salem Writers board.

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Arts
9:38 am
Thu July 31, 2014

Carolina Summer Music Festival Begins This Weekend

Co-Director of the Festival and French Hornist Joe Mount.
Allen Aycock

The last day of July means Carolina Summer Music Festival is here once again. Co-director and French hornist Joe Mount says CSMF 2014, presented by The Carolina Chamber Symphony Players, features ten unique programs throughout the month of August.

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Radio Camp
9:59 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Meet the Artist: Logie Meachum

Logie Meachum talks about his music and life with Radio Camper Timothy Schucker
Credit Mary Heisey

Lorenzo (Logie) Meachum is a blues musician, historian, storyteller and an avid gardener pursuing a PhD in African American Studies. WFDD radio camper Timothy Schucker met with Logie and has more.

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Radio Camp
9:50 am
Wed July 30, 2014

From Classical to Electric Guitar, Guilford College Professor Kami Rowan Plays It All

Radio Camper Emma Kilpatrick talks with Guilford College Professor of Music Kami Rowan
Credit Mary Heisey

Radio Camper Emma Kilpatrick talks with Guilford College Professor of Music Kami Rowan
 

Kami Rowan is classical guitarist and professor of music at Guilford College. She is also the faculty advisor for WQFS 90.9 FM, Guilford College's radio station. She just visited Northern Ireland to study music's role and how it affects Ireland's political scene. WFDD Radio Camper Emma Kilpatrick recently spoke with Kami to find out more. 

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