Arts

Arts
1:13 pm
Fri August 23, 2013

Jews and Catholics, UNCSA's Cirkus Project, and Jazzen on Triad Art's Weekend

The band members of Jews and Catholics at WFDD.
Alanna Meltzer-Holderfield

Triad Arts Weekend: August 23, 2013

Today on the show we once again revel in artistic eclecticism, this time from in-your-face, post-punk, alternative, turn-table shattering rock, to smooth jazz, with just a dash of Cirque du Soleil thrown in for good measure. The Winston-Salem band Jews & Catholics are back with a vengeance, and with a limited run of groovy 12” vinyl LPs. And speaking of groove, Jazzen joins us Live in Studio A. They’ll be groovin’ their way back in time with the smooth sounds of Hall & Oats, the Doobie Brothers and more. And what do you get when you combine the creative genius behind Cirque du Soleil with the bottomless well of student and alumni talent at the UNC School of the Arts? The Cirkus Theatre Project, and original stories that will move you.

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Arts
8:34 am
Fri August 23, 2013

Winston-Salem-Based Jews and Catholics Release 'Civilized' New Album

Jews and Catholics' new record.
Eddie Garcia.

Triad Arts as Broadcast at 8:35am and 5:44pm
Listen to and download the title track off of the new album, "Civilized.'
Jews and Catholics are back, and badder than ever! Coming up at the Garage in Winston-Salem on Saturday night, August 24th at 9:30pm it’s the band’s record release party! 

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Arts
8:46 am
Thu August 22, 2013

Meet the Artist: Cellist Julian Schwarz

Cellist Julian Schwarz.

 

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Arts
8:30 am
Wed August 21, 2013

Behind the Scenes: Hoots Roller Bar and Beer Company

Owners (from left to right) Ralph Pritts, Eric Swaim, and Eric Weyer.
Eric Swaim

 

Triad Arts as Broadcast at 8:35am and 5:44pm

West End Millworks is a newly developed incubator for entrepreneurial adventures and DIY culture for the creative benefit of the Triad. Dedicated to arts, crafts, and creative manufacturing, West End Millworks sits along the edge of Winston-Salem's historic West End neighborhood.

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Arts
9:40 am
Tue August 20, 2013

The Little Free Library Movement Comes to Winston-Salem

A Little Free Library made by Sarah out of a grandfather clock built by her own great-grandfather.
Sarah Maxey.

Sarah Maxey has big plans for bringing the Little Free Library movement to North Carolina (and beyond).
At the end of last month, Winston-Salem resident Sarah Maxey asked for $175 through Kickstarter, a digital funding platform for creative projects, in order to start a Little Free Library. These libraries are freestanding structures placed, well, anywhere: a local Y, a park, greenway, neighborhood, coffee shop, and stocked with special books that are free to the public.  The hope is that those who take, will eventually return either the same book, or another meaningful one.

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