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Rich African American culture and heritage abounds in North Carolina.  There are a broad range of cultural institutions across the state that present and preserve the Black experience.  Please make plans to visit these cultural museums and centers, attend events and support their mission!

Winston-Salem

St. Philips Heritage Center

Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Inc.

Winston-Salem, NC

Cheryl Harry, Director of African American Programming

 - St. Philips African Moravian Church, the oldest standing African American Church in North Carolina

- African Moravian Log Church Center

- African American  Graveyard

- Path to the Happy Hill Overlook

Visit their site for more information:

www.oldsalem.org/african-american-heritage

 

 

 

 

North Carolina Black Repertory Company

Home of the National Black Theatre Festival

Winston-Salem, NC

Visit their site for more information: www.nbtf.org

 

 

 

Triad Cultural Arts, Inc.

Winston-Salem, NC

Serving Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point

Presenting the Triad Juneteenth Festival

Visit their website for more information:

www.triadculturalarts.org

 

 

 

 

The Healing Force

Winston-Salem, NC

Join the Healing Force in a Rousing celebration of life with

 the rhythm of drums, shekeres, thum pianos! 

This family tells traditional stories from Africa.

Feel the rhythm, Embrace the Spirit!

www.thehealingforceonline.com

 

 

Winston-Salem State University Choir

They have performed with the Winston-Salem Symphony; Gateways Symphony; New England Symphony and the D'Vorak Symphony. First student organization on the campus of Winston-Salem State University.D' Walla Simmons Burke, Director of Choral and Vocal Studies Winston-Salem State University  #116 Fine Arts Building

336-750-2525 burkedw@wssu.edu

More Info:  Click Here

 

Twin City Choristers

The Twin City Choristers, an all male performing choral group. For more information call Rudy Anderson at 336-744-0048, or Shonta Moore at 336-682-1841 or

e-mail to: thetwincitychoristers@aol.com

 

Greensboro,

International Civil Rights Center and Museum

www.sitinmovement.org

 

Spiritual Renaissance Choir

 

Comprised of Greensboro area residents of various cultural and professional backgrounds and directed by Patricia Johnson Trice, SRSG seeks to preserve and perpetuate through performance the unaccompanied arrangements of the African-American Spirituals.

SRSG, P.O. Box 4482.

Greensboro, NC  27404

For More Information: 336-273-3237

tricep@bellsouth.net

 

Cultural Organizations in the Piedmont

 

Asheville

YMI Cultural Center

www.ymiculturalcenter.org/

 

 

 

Charlotte

The Gant  Center 

www.ganttcenter.org

 

Life as Art Productions

www.lifeasartproductions.com

 

 

Durham

St. Joseph's Historic Foundation at the Hayti Heritage Center

www.hayti.org

 

Historic Stagville

/www.stagville.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raleigh

African American Cultural Complex

www.aaccmuseum.com/

 

 

Sedalia

Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum at Historic Palmer Memorial Institute

www.nchistoricsites.org/chb/chb.htm

 

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