A few handpicked happenings that might be under your radar (until now).
Friday, November 13th
@ Centennial Trading Company
>> Leather Belt Making Workshop: Each “ticket” will allow one person entry into the workshop where you’ll be guided through all the stages, from fitting/correct sizing of your custom belt, to cutting your own strap from a full hide, marking/punching holes & fitting buckle. Lastly the Centennial crew will have a short tutorial on leather care/the products that they use for keeping their leather items in top shape and only getting better with wear & age.
Visit Centennial’s website and Facebook page for more information. And check out this rad new Field Guide video produced by the crew over at Airtype.
(6:30p / see site for details )
Saturday, November 14th
@ Reynolda House Museum
>> The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement (1887-1920): The Artist’s Garden exhibit features trailblazing works from the turn of the 20th century filled with loose brushwork and vivid colors. Noted as one of the best examples of the genre by Philadelphia Magazine, this exhibit will be presented in only five venues nationwide; Reynolda House is the sole venue in the Southeast. Lucky us!
Visit their website to plan your visit.
@ Coffee Park Arts
>> November Shuffle: It’s time for the November installment of this monthly talent contest featuring “original material in any media you can get on stage”. Five bucks admission, no extra entry fee, winner gets half the gate..
Sunday, November 15th
@ Stevens Center of the UNCSA
>> Mahler & More presented by The Winston-Salem Symphony: A late-autumn glow sets the mood for Mason Bates’ Rusty Air in Carolina and the beauty of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony. Returning soprano Kathryn Mueller features in the Mahler and in Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915. This is a Salvation Army Toy Drive concert. Please bring a new, un-gift-wrapped toy!
(3pm / ticket prices vary)
***YO STUDENTS! Student Rush: $7.00 at the door, 1 hour before the concert.***