The selection for the 2015 One City, One Book is A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson. Enjoy meaningful programs and conversations about a multitude of issues including healthy living, ecology, folk arts, and more, while at the same time sharing a walk together as a city.
See the documents that record the horrifying and undeniable history of legal slavery in our county; learn about the people, places, and politics that they represent, and see how our legal records may allow families to trace genealogical histories, where it was previously impossible.
Explore "Bluegrass, Boo & Butler with Mrs. Dottie" a new body of work by Curt Butler and Dottie Leatherwood.
The works in this exhibition both showcase depictions of natural and man-made objects and demonstrate the plethora of possibilities this humble subject matter offers to both artists and discerning visitors alike.
125 Years on Record is an interactive installation with 12 life-size panels that highlight 125 years of coverage by the News & Record.
Almost, Maine comprises nine short plays that explore love and loss in a remote, mythical almost-town called Almost, Maine.
"Microcosm" presents works that offer perspectives on the very small, the unseen, and the atomic, cellular level of natural and artificial forms, many of which are achieved using scanning electron microscopes.
This exhibition features African art sculptures recently donated to Bennett College by William and Brenda Harvey, who collected figures of men and women in couples while traveling the continent.
Join us at Greensboro College for "Art + Dialogue: Responding to Racial Tension in America" (A + D), a collaborative project bringing community together using a visual art exhibition as the catalyst for dialogues around racial tension in America