707 NC HIGHWAY 66 S
Kernersville, NC 27284
Phone: (336) 996-3501
Fax: (336) 996-9701
Arts & Museums
This 6,500 square foot cultural center and gallery contains arts and exhibits on the community's vibrant African-American culture and features ten to fifteen art exhibitions each year. An array of educational programs are also available.
View rotating selections from the college's wide ranging permanent collection of original fine art and crafts while visiting this gallery that also features occasional traveling exhibitions.
Exploring the history of the decorative arts in the region, this museum is the only museum dedicated to exhibiting and researching original decorative arts of the early South and features 24 period rooms and seven galleries filled with furniture, paintings, ceramics, and much more that was used regionally through 1820. A wonderful book store is also on site that carries current and hard-to-find books on Southern decorative arts, culture, and history.
The Children's Museum of Winston-Salem lets kids learn in fun ways. Kids can burn off some energy in the climbing lobby, have storytime in the library, use oversized blocks to create cars and forts in the "Build It" area, and create their own masterpiece in the art studio. Don't miss the Enchanted Forest, which offers a dozen play stations incorporating folklore and fairy tales. The museum is also a popular place for children's parties.
Winston-Salem's Inter_Section Gallery and Art Space shows a wide variety of modern art. Here, visitors can experience art that also includes performance and multi-media elements. Owner Kate Magruder Lambeth opened this gallery as a place where different aspects of the art world would intersect, and curates the collection with that in mind with works for renowned local, national, and international artists.
An artist-run co-op, Artworks Gallery has been a part of Winston-Salem since 1984. Members of the co-op share their exhibition space with one another, and showcase an exhibit of individual members or the collective at a rate of about once a month or so. The shows here are free and open to the public, and include works that involve painting, photography, and other diverse mediums.
The Gallery of the Arts is part of the Community Arts Cafe, where in which collections of fine art, craft, literature, music, videos and any other products and artistic pieces are displayed, and in some cases purchased exclusively through the CAC. The works of art found here are artists all local to the Triad neighborhood of North Carolina.
Located on the campus of High Point University, Sechrest Gallery houses permanent collections of 18th and 19th century British art as well as rotating exhibits.
Located inside the beautiful High Point Theatre, the Theatre Art Galleries, Inc. (TAG)attracts established artists who look forward to exhibiting their works here. Struggling artists are also taken on and allowed a chance to network and exhibit. The visual arts scene in the city has never been the same since TAG made its foray. Free admission so check website for upcoming events!
One of the largest doll museums in the South, this museum contains over 2,200 dolls, dollhouses, costumes, miniature displays, and unusual artifacts, as well as special exhibits including over 115 Shirley Temple dolls, a nativity scene with 50 rare creche dolls, 17 African-American Personality dolls, and other rotating doll and miniature exhibits.
An historical museum dedicated to honoring the life of Miss Baldwin, her family, and other African Americans who helped develop the High Point community. Open Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Honoring the Legacy of Rosetta C. Baldwin and other African Americans that made a contribution to the development of High Point is the mission of the Rosetta C. Baldwin African American Museum.