Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce Meet & Greet: Art & Jazz!
Black Chamber Meet & Greet! Early Membership Kickoff 2019! Mingle and exchange business cards with members of the committed, visionary leaders in the Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce and business associations while enjoying the art gallery at the beautiful and exquisite Delta Arts Center! Take pleasure in complimentary soulful cuisine Hors d’oeuvres by Sharon Rocker & Taste of Class, fine wine tastings by Multinational Shoe Crazy Wine/ Portfolio Group LLC Distributors, and beer samplings from the People’s Choice winner Harlem Brewing Company/ Harlem Beer Distributing NC Craft Beer! Smooth Jazz Provided by World Known D.J. Smooth Jazz of WCOM-FM.
November 13, 2018 6:30-8:30 PM
RSVP: November 6, 2018 Participation is Free (Registration is Required) Click link: https://conta.cc/2QbBLxX
Quilting with Clem
Quilting With Clem @ Delta Arts Center
Nov. 13 – Dec 18, 6:30-8 pm
$90 for 6 lessons
Instructor: Clem Mauney
Learn basic quilting skills while you make a “Square-in- a- Square Foundation Pieced Lap size Quilt”
***Note: the Nov 13 class will not be held at Delta Arts Center, participants will be notified of the location.***
Opening Reception for Raw Edges 2: Textile Art by Area African-American Quilters
Opening Reception! The Delta Arts Center will open a new exhibition, “Raw Edges 2: Textile Art by Area African-American Quilters,” on Thursday, November 15, 2018. The opening reception will be held at 6pm. This biannual exhibit of quilts and textile works continues Delta’s ongoing commitment to this medium. Many of the exhibiting artists have taken quilting classes at the Delta Arts Center and participate in our weekly gatherings of quilters. The quilts on view will exemplify traditional and contemporary patterns, including T-shirt quilts, and they utilize a wide variety of different fabrics. Vintage quilts and dolls will also be included in the exhibit. Contributing artists are: Andrena Coleman, LaRue Cunningham, Sadie Edwards, Phyllis Harrell-Vaughn, Irma Jackson, Joyce Mathis, Clementine Mauney, Peggy Moore, Mickey Studevant, and Freeda Ward. The exhibit will close on Saturday, March 30, 2019.