A few handpicked happenings that might be under your radar (until now).
Friday, August 28th
@ Reynolda House Museum of American Art
>>Reynolda After Hours presents Cinema Under the Stars film series with their third film, Stanley Kubrick’s dark comedy, Dr. Strangelove.
This year’s film series celebrates “odd men out” and the eccentrics in our midst.
(Gates open at 7:30p.m., films shown at 8:30p.m. Beer and wine available for purchase.)
Impress your friends with this film trivia
For fun > nine other dark comedies to add to your watch list.
@ Womble Carlyle Gallery at Milton Rhoades Center for the Arts
>>Unbound and Unleashed: Celebrating Books & Authors Through Art
Art for Art’s Sake (AFAS), in collaboration with Bookmarks, will present a juried show featuring 50 works of art by 27 artists inspired by literature of their own choosing. Meet the artists and vote for the “People’s Choice Award!”
(7:00pm-9:00pm // F-f-free event!)
@ The Corner of 4th & Broad
>> Downtown Winston-Salem Food Truck Friday
(6:00pm – 9:00pm, don’t forget your chairs!)
Saturday, August 29th
@ Tanglewood Park
>> Tanglewood Park Farmers Market
Grub out with our buddy Chef Kevin of The Screaming Radish (menu sounds DIVINE!!)
Plus, did someone say Ice Cream Festival?? Yep. We did. Homemade too.
(8:30am – noon)
@ Unleashed Art Center
>> Saturday Art Jam presented by Art for Art’s Sake (AFAS)
All ages welcome! Bring the kiddos to make a cool new art project with AFAS instructors Instructors Dave Cox and Sherry Rose. Check Facebook for more!
(12:30pm – 3:30pm //F-f-free event!)
>>Beth McKee’s Sugarcane Revival and Hurricane Party
The concert will start with a songwriter-in-the-round showcasing recent work by each artist and a discussion of the songwriting process // Beth McKee will launch the second set with the North Carolina debut of her new album Sugarcane Revival with special guests performing New Orleans-centric songs in a coordinated jam. Big Easy food and drink to complete the scene.
(doors at 6:00pm for food, bevies & mingling, concert at 7:00pm // purchase tickets here)
From Relish: “The idea originated with Deborah Randolph, a friend and fan of McKee’s who also happens to be the curator of education for SECCA. She and her husband were displaced by Katrina and, ultimately, ended up moving to Winston-Salem. “It’s a thank-you to the people in North Carolina for taking care of us and others, and all the people who moved here,” Randolph said. “And all the people in North Carolina who went down to New Orleans and helped the city. “I wanted to commemorate the 10th anniversary, not for what happened, but actually for the renaissance and revival and resurgence, and to thank everybody.”
Sunday, August 30th
@ Arts District / 6th & Trade Streets
>> Arts on Sunday festival
An afternoon of arts and crafts outdoors on Trade Street in downtown Winston-Salem, featuring over 60 artists with a fun kids craft corner for the little ones.
(1:00pm – 5:00pm // F-f-free event!)