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The Story of My Life shares the lives of six adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Greg Silvernail, James Loudermilk, John Linville, Cecelia Henry, Karen Lash and Ghree Lockard. Their stories are told through photographs, spoken and written word, and visual art that they created in collaboration with instructors from the Sawtooth School for Visual Art. The multi-media exhibition opens Friday, October 11th and it’ll remain on display through November 14th at the Sawtooth School in Winston-Salem.
Downtown Kernersville’s Arts DVine presents Witches’ Crawl Friday night, October 11th from 5-9pm. You can stroll the streets of historic downtown—dressed up in costume if you so desire—and see businesses transformed into art galleries hosting a variety of Triad artists and musicians. North Carolina Wine samplings will be happening everywhere you turn, and local food purveyors will offer tasty tidbits as well.
Award-winning poet and novelist Anthony S. Abbott was born in San Francisco and educated at the Fay School in Southborough, Massachusetts and Kent School in Kent, Connecticut. He received his A.B. from Princeton University in 1957, his A.M. from Harvard University in 1960 and his Ph.D. in 1962. Tony joined the English Department at Davidson College in 1964, became Full Professor in 1979, and was named Charles A. Dana Professor of English in 1990. He chaired the Department from 1989 to 1996. Tony’s poems have appeared in numerous magazines and journals including New England Review, Southern Poetry Review, and The Anglican Theological Review. He’s the author of five books of poetry, including the Pulitzer nominated The Girl in the Yellow Raincoat.
William Mangum is one of the most popular and respected artists in North Carolina. Bill and his wife, Cynthia, have lived in Greensboro for 30 years, where they raise three children. He received his Associate in Arts Degree from Sandhills Community College and a Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts Degree from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. While still an art student at the university, Bill held his first exhibition, which he sold out. By 1978, Bill published his very first limited edition print entitled "West Jefferson" which sold 500 copies.
“I have waited for centuries in secrecy and shadows for the return of my beloved. She is here, in this place and I must know her, protect her, love her”. The Winston-Salem Festival Ballet brings the classic story of Dracula to life the, but with a modern twist. The new ballet by Founder and Artistic Director Gary Taylor with original music by UNCSA Film Music Composition head Chris Heckman, is told from the viewpoint of the Count himself.