Celebrating 43 Years!
For over 43 years, Delta Fine Arts Center has provided unique cultural and educational programming through exhibitions, classes, workshops, lectures, films, performances, and special projects.
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Delta Arts Center is an art gallery, cultural center and rental facility located in East Winston-Salem, the heart of the local African-American community. Our exhibitions are free and open to the public and our programming reaches 6,000 visitors annually. We invite you to attend our events and become a member. Annual donations from members allows the Center to further its mission – to enrich the lives of neighborhood and area residents by stimulating interest throughout the entire community in American arts and humanities, with emphasis on the contributions of African-Americans; to increase awareness and knowledge of the contributions of African-Americans to the arts and humanities in America and build pride in these contributions; to encourage individual creativity; and to provide quality cultural and educational programming for the entire community.
DELTA ARTS CENTER will be CLOSED to the public
Friday December 4 & Saturday December 5, 2015
A Conversation with Friends
Join us Friday November 20 from 6pm-8pm
Scholar Brooke Davis Anderson will lead our special guests in conversation as they recall the legacy and art of Dr. John Biggers.
This talk is sponsored in part by our friends at the Winston-Salem State University Foundation.
The Delta Arts Center’s modern facility is available to the community for events, programs, meetings and conferences.
For more information about space rental and all programs offered click here
Delta Arts About Town
Delta Art Center’s volunteers bring arts & crafts activities for all ages to community events. Let the Center know about your event, at least 30 days in advance. Contact Nadiyah Quander at email@example.com .