Celebrating Our Past | Honoring Our Future
Local Black Cultural
Education & Pop Up Exhibit
ART, WORKSHOPS & ARTIFACTS OF LOCAL WINSTON-SALEM BLACK HISTORY
POP UP EXHIBIT
Celebrating My Black Culture is a temporary immersive educational art and cultural experience. Curated by Triad Culture Arts, this Pop-Up exhibit features art and artifacts of Winston-Salem’s rich African-American History.
Subjects include local activism, church and spirituality, education, and entrepreneurship. The immersive experience will include, art, music, an online African American History Lab and workshops from local leaders that are hosted by WSFC/SS Social Studies Teachers.
Research has proven that diversity and cultural understanding helps dispel negative stereotypes and personal biases about different communities. Therefore, this exhibit is designed with Winston-Salem / Forsyth County’s students and families in mind, and the entire community is invited to celebrate our local rich black history.
By bringing people together in order to strengthen and revitalize the City of Winston-Salem, Celebrating My Black Culture contributes to a culturally competent community so that significant and lasting improvements can be made in our local society.
EXHIBIT OPEN MON - FRI : 3-7 PM | SAT 10-5 PM
ARTIFACTS ON SATURDAYS: 10-1 PM
FEBRUARY 8-29, 2020 | 2 P.M.- 5 P.M.
WILLIAM ROSCOE ANDERSON JR COMMUNITY CENTER
2450 REYNOLDS PARK RD, WINSTON-SALEM, NC
LOCAL HISTORY CULTURAL EDUCATION
All the Following Workshops are Hosted by Winston-Salem Forsyth County History Teachers
Feb 8 | 10 - 11 am, 6-12th Grades, Church & Spirituality w/ Senator Paul Lowe
Feb 15 | 10-11 am, 9th - 12th Grades, Local Black Activism w/ Other Suns
Feb 22 | 10- 11 am, K-5 Grades, Entrepreneurship w/ George Black House & Brickyard
Feb 29 | 10-11 am, 6th - 8th Grades, Education w/ Big 4 Association