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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 7,000 visitors annually. We invite you to attend our events and visit us. Annual donations allow the Center to carry out its mission.


The Delta Arts Center current hours are:
Tuesday – Saturday
11:00 am – 3:00 pm
(Closed every 3rd Saturday)



  • Freedom Day

    We are excited about having an actual Celebration of Freedom on the date of Nelson Mandela’s release from prison, February 11, 1990 (28 years ago). We will honor the day that Mandela was freed by showcasing the Mandela exhibit on the walls, through dance and food. This event is free and open to the public. Join us!

  • Conscience of the Human Spirit: Quilts Honoring Nelson Mandela

    An exhibition, featuring over 80 quilts made in 2013 and 2014, developed by the Michigan State University Museum and the Women of Color Quilters Network in association with quilt artists across South Africa and was showcased in July 2014 at the International Quilt Conference Africa in Johannesburg. The 51 quilts made by the U.S. quilt artists are now featured in this traveling exhibition.

  • Facility Rental



    The Delta Arts Center’s modern facility is available to the community for events, programs, meetings, and conferences. The Delta Arts Center includes the 1,500-square-foot gallery space along with an additional room that can serve as a classroom or space for food set-up.  Click here for details.


    For more information about space rental please call us at 336.722.2625.