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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, May 14, 2015, Page A3, Image 3

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WS/FCS teachers display, art at Delta Fine Arts 1 CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts Inc., 26J1 NewlValkertown Road, is preparing to host a panel discussion titled "Innovations in Art Education" on Thursday, May 21 from 12:30 pjn. to-2 pin. This discussion will accompany Winston Salem/Forsyth County-Schools' Visual Art Department's first ever Art Teachers' Exhibit featuring the work of visual art teachers throughout the county from through June 27 in the Simona Atkins Allen Gallery at the Delta Arts Center. An opening reception was held Thursday, May 7, where teachers whose art is on display attended. i For the panel discussion, RSVP is required to by A today (Thursday, May 14). M Guest panelists include: ?Karen Morris, arts coordinator at R J. Reynolds High School ?Dr. AmyBith Harlee, education coordinator at RJ Reynolds High School ?Amanda Gordon, Arts Magnet Program at Diggs-Latham Elementary School I ?Katherine Foster, executive director at New Winston Museum ?Jeri Baker, education coordinator at Delta Arts Center Guest moderator will be Jim Sparrow, president & CEO at Arts Council of I WSFC. Winstipn-Salem Delta Fine Arts is a funded partner of the Winston-Salem | Forsyth County Arts Council and receives support from the North Carolina Arts Council Department of Cultural Resources and contributions of individuals. Tours of the exhibition can be arranged by calling the center at 336-722-2625. Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The gallery is closed every third Saturday of the month. ARTIST: Joseph King TITLE: Jamaican Banana Woman WORK: acrylic on canvas, painted 2008 **PAINTED IN JAMAICA WHERE JAMES IS FROM** SCHOOL: Spears Elementary School ARTIST: NaUuka KM. Crisp | TITLE: Rest WORK: ceramic clay relief, 2010 P SCHOOL: Forest Park Elementary School "Creating something from nothing is kind of like my therapy," said Crisp Wendee Haywood, teacher at North Hills Elementary School, stands before her featured 2015 oil pastel work, "Her Black on Black," as she tells the story of being upset on the day she brought the piece to life. It only took 15 minutes to complete. She cited "art as my escape." ARTIST: Yiemdee Haywood TITLE: Her black on black WORK: oil pastels on black -1 canvas, 2015 SCHOOL: North Hills Elementary School Photos by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle. The Chronicle (USPS 067-910) was established by Ernest H. Pitt and Ndubisi Egemonye in 1974 and is published every Thursday by Winston-Salem Chronicle Publishing Co. Inc., 617 N. Liberty Street. Winston-Salem, N.C. 27101. Periodicals postage paid at Winston-Salem, N.C. Annual subscription price is $30.72. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: The Chronicle,P.O. Box 1636 Winston-Salem, NC 27102-1636 M =n MJm M m m m M mf MJW m* ;m_i?^L_/ POTTERY FAIR /? 2(?/< . .??. .*y. -*??.' .mc. .?. .??, ?k -??. wtM. j? .tw. ?m >Mb >iic? **tr? >sir- itt >i/i iltt ?it& ?i& mm SPRING FESTIVAL: * CefeGrating 'Freedom * In May 1895, freedom was announced to the African American community of Salem when General Orders 31 were read from the pulpit of St. Philips African American Church. Celebrate the 150th anniversary of this important event at Old Salem's Spring Festival. Activities include the reading of General Orders 31 (this portion of the day's events is free) as welhas an opportunity to learn about Salem's role in the Civil War, participate in hands-on activities, hear concerts by a re-created z6th North Carolina Band, and more. 9:30 a.m. -4:30p.m. Included in All-in-One Ticket, Adults/$ 13; 6 - i6/$ii. ^

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