Arts Organizations and Advocates to Celebrate 2021 Annual Community Fund for the Arts Campaign
Tuesday at SECCA
The Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County
The Arts Council of Winston-Salem & Forsyth County, local arts organizations and arts advocates will gather to celebrate the 2021 Annual Community Fund for the Arts Campaign. High energy event with entertainment and artist performances.
Chase Law, President and CEO of the Arts Council
Mayor Allen Joines
Chad Cheek, Chair, 2021Community Fund for the Arts Campaign
LB the Poet, (Larry Barron)
Guests can enjoy current exhibitions at SECCA, including, ‘Jenny Fine, Synchronized Swimmers,’ an immersive photographic and sculptural installation exploring the artist's aquatic childhood memories,” and Terri Dowell-Dennis’ exhibition, “Thinking Through Making.”
Admission is free.
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
Arts organizations and advocates will gather to show their support for the annual Community Fund for the Arts Campaign 2021 was a challenging year for the arts world, and organizations had to rethink their traditional fundraising campaigns. “We learned a lot from this experience,” Chase Law said, “and this year, The Arts Council will begin to develop a long-range strategic plan and vision to not only continue its position as a leader and advocate for the arts and cultural sector, but also work to establish new priorities that align with the needs of our overall community.”
Space is limited to ensure that COVID protocols are observed, so please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.