Charlotte and Philip Hanes Gallery
Hanes Art Gallery presents changing exhibitions of art encompassing a wide range of work by established, emerging and historical professional artists, introducing students to different approaches to understanding art, and of being an artist or curator. Hanes Gallery serves as a nexus for cross- and multidisciplinary energies from the other arts and academic disciplines. The Gallery welcomes projects that expand the vision and reception of art through faculty collaborations, classes and student-driven projects and exhibitions and programming.
Reynolda House Museum of American Art
Reynolda House Museum of American Art, the restored historic mansion of Katharine and R.J. Reynolds, is home to a premier collection of American art spanning the colonial period to the present with masterpieces by distinguished artists such as Albert Bierstadt, John Singleton Copley and Grant Wood. The collection is extraordinary for its quality and provides audiences with major American art in a warm and welcoming setting.
As Wake Forest’s student art gallery, stArt serves as an experiential learning space, exhibition venue, extension of the classroom/studio, and sales gallery. stArt offers students varying levels and degrees of engagement, through class exhibitions, solo exhibitions, curatorial opportunities, internships, and advocacy activity at its Reynolda Village gallery, stArt.dt, and intentional spaces throughout the extended WFU campus.
WFU Art Collections
The WFU Art Collections consist of nine independent and diverse collections assembled by a variety of circumstances including commissions, gifts, bequests and purchases. More than 1600 works, including paintings, prints, photography, sculpture, drawings, furniture and textiles, are located in 35 on and off-campus locations. As a valuable and irreplaceable cultural asset, the Collections foster an awareness and appreciation of the visual arts and support the University’s educational mission through examination, conversation and instruction.
Lam Museum of Anthropology
Discover North Carolina’s only museum dedicated to the study of global cultures. Artifacts from the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Oceania illustrate the story of humanity past and present. Learn about people from around the world through their everyday objects, ceremonial artifacts, and visual arts. The Lam Museum of Anthropology provides opportunities for intercultural learning.
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art offers numerous ways to experience the art of our time. Through visual art exhibitions, music, dance, theater, and education we start conversations that engage diverse communities and perspectives. SECCA serves as a dynamic center for exchange and partnership in this community and beyond, presenting talks, film, performance, and transformative educational experiences.
Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts
The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) is the preeminent center for researching, collecting, and exhibiting decorative arts made and used by those living and working in the early South. One of the museums at Old Salem Museums & Gardens, MESDA is home to the finest collection of southern decorative arts in the country. The museum is internationally recognized for its contributions to the study and understanding of the history, decorative arts, and material culture of the American South.
Diggs Gallery is the major cultural center at Winston-Salem State University and offers one of the largest exhibition spaces dedicated to the arts of Africa and the African Diaspora in North Carolina. Exhibitions, publications and programs address a broad range of artistic expression, with special concentration on African-American and regional art. The gallery serves as an educational resource for the Winston-Salem State University family and many in the southeast region.
Weatherspoon Art Museum
The Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNC Greensboro enriches the lives of diverse individuals and connects multiple communities, both on and off campus, by presenting, interpreting, and collecting modern and contemporary art. In recognizing its paramount role of public service, the Weatherspoon fosters an appreciation of the ability of art to positively impact lives. The Weatherspoon’s exhibition calendar offers visitors the opportunity to see and learn directly from significant examples of modern and contemporary art.