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Theater is alive and well in Winston-Salem! Local troupes like Theater Alliance, Twin City Stage, and The UNCSA School of Drama regularly put on both new productions and perennial favorites. And the biennial National Black Theater Festival brings prominent African-American writers and performers to Winston-Salem for a week of exciting theatrical events.

There’s a lot to love when it comes to music in Winston-Salem, with these organizations offering wonderful performances throughout the year:

Winston-Salem is known for the University of North Carolina School of the Arts’ annual Christmas production of The Nutcracker, considered one of the finest in the southeast. But that is far from the only stellar performance of dance you’ll see in our city. UNCSA stages many other performances, and the Winston-Salem Festival Ballet also offers several outstanding productions throughout the year.

In The City Of Arts & Innovation, Creativity Is Everywhere You Look!

Art in Museum
Winston-Salem is known as The City of Arts & Innovation, and we live up to that name! Museums and galleries like the Reynolda House Museum of Modern Art, Milton Rhodes Center For The Arts, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, and the Delta Arts Center offer the best in fine and contemporary art.
For those who want to start an art collection of their own, our Downtown Arts District is the place to go. There you’ll find painters, sculptors, photographers, calligraphers, wood workers, jewelers, fiber artists and others displaying and selling their creations. And regular gallery hops make the district and fun and lively place to shop, dine or just hang out with friends.
Terry Ostovar Armadillo by Christine Rucker

Piedmont Craftmen’s Fair
Credit: Christine Rucker

Piedmont Craftsmen’s Craft Fair brings together more than 130 fine artisans from across the southeast to showcase and sell amazing, finely honed works of art in a wide variety of styles and media.
Old Salem

Old Salem

For those who love the past, Old Salem is a delightful place to visit. Walk the cobblestone streets, visit the museums and garden, and experience what life was like over 200 years ago.