Why Blue Moon Gallery Hop? It has nothing to do with the lunar cycle. DADA holds a Gallery Hop on the First Friday of every month, all year ’round. We had a great hop last week during Habitat for Humanity’s BirdFest. The upcoming weekend is the Centennial Celebration in honor of the merging of the towns Winston and Salem to form Winston-Salem. The Celebration planners wanted to hold a special Gallery Hop on Friday during the celebration weekend (May 9-12). Which makes 2 Gallery Hops in one month, which happens once in a Blue Moon. So now you get it. Continue reading
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(1) Facebook Editorial: Film industry is a natural fit for Winston-Salem http://www.journalnow.com/opinion/editorials/article_601efe74-8068-11e2-9810-0019bb30f31a.html Trade Street was one of the location sites used during the 2012 filming of Hallmark Channel’s “The Confession,” directed by Michael Landon, Jr. Willy Nilly is transformed into a New York jewelry store for “The Confession.” Camera equipment is set up along Trade Street for filming of “The Confession.”
It’s a beautiful day on Trade Street in the Arts District. Come on down for Sunday brunch at Finnigan’s Wake or Mary’s Gourmet. Diner and then shop for wonderful wearable. Art at Retro Art Ware and at Willy Nilly, both in the 600 block of Trade St Retro Art Ware (R A W) at 608 N Trade St., is easy to find….just look for the tall, colorful tie-dyed flag out front!! Willy Nilly has its door open and the hat rack out front on pleasant, sunny days.
Work in progress at Willy Nilly…..hand painted octopus hooded sweatshirt.
The annual CashBash…..at The Garage 110 West 7th St., Winston-Salem NC 27101Friday and Saturday February 22 at 7:00pm until February 24 at 2:00am hosted by Richard Boyd of the Bo-Stevens. 14 bands all coming together for two nights to pay tribute and honor Johnny Cash the man in black…Rockabilly honky-tonk at its finest. First Friday Gallery Hop When the first Friday falls on the first of the month, it means the First Friday Gallery Hop takes place on the 1st of the month. So it goes in February 2013. So January is over, and you’ve paid all those xmas bills, Continue reading
The current show at Delurk Gallery features artwork by Don Beroth, Jill Bush, Patsy Harris, Tim Walters, Ed Simpson, Anne Safrit, and Sarah Whittington. Delurk artists’ moms and dads have contributed nearly 80 works as diverse as their offspring, from fine furniture to intuitive landscapes, from abstraction to realism. The show runs through January 26th. Delurk Gallery is located at 207 West 6th Street, in the building that stands at the corner of 6th and Trade Streets. Delurk Gallery has recently published its 2013 Exhibit Calendar on its website. Don Beroth, parent of Delurk artist Chad Beroth Chad Beroth, Delurk Continue reading
Habitat Forsyth held a news conference on Wednesday January 9th to announce its plans to relocate its Habitat ReStore next to the Arts Council Theater on Coliseum Drive and to launch its “Reuse ReStore Renew” capital campaign. The Camel City Dispatch, a locally-owned news service, has an excellent report of the event, in which it credits Arts District businesses Steele Group Architects and Stimmel Associates for building and site design. Steele Group Architects created this rendering of the Habitat ReStore at its new location on Coliseum Drive next to the Arts Council Theater. The building was designed by Matthew Rodda Continue reading
Donald is our trusty neighborhood window washer. He goes around to all the shops and galleries prior to each Gallery Hop and gets us all ship-shape.