Triad Arts

9:45 am
Fri November 29, 2013

O. Henry Magazine Celebrates the Art and Soul of Greensboro

O. Henry founding editor Jim Dodson.!

Triad Arts as Broadcast at 8:35am and 5:44pm
Does the name William Sydney Porter ring a bell? He was born in Greensboro on September 11, 1862, and there’s a periodical in the Triad that bears his name. It’s called… O. Henry Magazine. Last year, on this the 150th anniversary of O. Henry’s birth, O. Henry Magazine celebrated its first anniversary. The Greensboro-based arts and culture magazine has an outstanding stable of award-winning writers who know great story-telling just as well as they know their roots. The readership is expanding; O. Henry Magazine is thriving; and the organization supports the educational programs of the Greensboro Historical Museum like local productions of O. Henry plays, and the revival of the O. Henry short story award. Decades ago, O Henry Magazine founding editor and Greensboro native James Dodson won that award. Since then he’s gone on to pen several best-selling books, and his work has appeared in more than 50 magazines and newspapers worldwide. Jim spoke with David Ford about his magazine’s namesake.

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9:31 am
Wed November 27, 2013

Singing for the "Tone Deaf"

1931 magazine feature describing hearing tests done at the University of Iowa Child Welfare Research Station. Found in Popular Science.
JaJa & Chucky

Carol Roan is an Indiana University graduate where she also earned a Master’s degree in Vocal performance. After years of professional opera and oratorio singing throughout the Northeast, Carol began teaching voice in 1970. Her students have ranged from soprano Amanda Pabyan, to the Indie Rock band The Cobbs, to singer/songwriter Ryan Tennis. Her research into the physiology of the voice and over four decades of vocal instruction have led her to work with various vocal problems.

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8:53 am
Tue November 26, 2013

The Art of Gelato

Becky Lulgart, Styling: Lydia DeGaris Pursell

Triad Arts as Broadcast at 8:35am and 5:44pm
The art of gelato making is explored every day at Café Gelato in Winston-Salem. Gelato is the Italian version of ice cream. It’s got less butterfat, a higher density, and it’s served just a tad bit warmer than regular ice cream. The result: big bold flavor. Café Gelato in Winston-Salem typically has 8 or more varieties available like caramel and Nutella. Café Gelato owner Ciska Weber has been in the restaurant business for 20 years. The Holland native recently expanded her menu to include tapas, wine, chocolate fondue, and the intimate, European style Cafe is now available for small Holiday parties. David Ford spoke with Ciska as she prepared a batch of mango gelato.

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9:07 am
Mon November 25, 2013

Video Project Delves into the Art of Sharing

Attempting to restore Happyville.
Joel Tauber

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

Click here to listen to David Ford's complete interview with Joel Tauber.


Joel Tauber is an assistant professor of art at Wake Forest University, where he is developing their video art program.  His work has been shown in solo art exhibitions in the U.S. and abroad, and his films have screened at major festivals in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and elsewhere. Joel believes that art can change the world. His new work explores the seemingly simple and yet sometimes thorny notion of sharing, with the hopes of raising awareness and sparking conversations about its value and meaning in our Capitalist society.

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8:47 am
Fri November 22, 2013

Winston-Salem Symphony Will Team Up with Cirque de la Symphonie for A Carolina Christmas Spectacular

Winston-Salem Symphony will team up with Cirque de la Symphonie for A Carolina Christmas Spectacular.
Winston-Salem Symphony

The Winston-Salem Symphony has a new holiday musical tradition in the works that combines carols, classical favorites, and sing-alongs, with aerial acrobatics, a cameo from Santa, and more.

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