Art Nouveau Winston-Salem
The next generation of Winston-Salem working to realize the full potential of our city’s arts and culture.
As a new generation starts building their lives in 21st century Winston-Salem, it is more important than ever that we engage younger leaders in the art community – as well as in business, education, government, technology, and medicine – in building a strong community among them centered on the arts. Our bottom line is that we will need young people’s participation in arts and culture today, if we are to realize Winston-Salem and Forsyth County’s full potential tomorrow.
Mission of Art Nouveau Winston-Salem
By building awareness of cultural opportunities and encouraging participation, ANWS strives to cultivate a community of young people with a commitment to supporting the future of arts and artists in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.
How we do it
- We attend one arts and culture event a month as a group. This event is voted on by our board the month before to ensure we are supporting events that we think young people will like and that advance our mission of making Winston-Salem great(er).
- By working closely with corporate partners and reaching newcomers through their workplaces, we welcome young people to the community, educate them about arts and culture opportunities in the city, and point them towards the things that get them the most excited.
- We host one exhibition at the Womble Carlyle Gallery at the Milton Rhodes Center every year. The theme varies from year to year.
- And other initiatives, projects, and events as they come up.
To learn more about ANWS and how you can get involved, please contact Devon MacKAY at (336) 747-1417 or email@example.com, sign up for our emails, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Generously Sponsored by :
- 2017 Targeted Initiatives
- Arts Council News
- Burke Street Food Truck Festival
- Community Arts Calendar
- Engaging with the Arts
- Calls for Artists
- ArtPop: Art + Public Outdoor Project!
- Employment Opportunities in the Arts
- Student Artists of the Month: January 2017