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Winston-Salem, North Carolina
History
Changing exhibitions gallery hosting original and traveling exhibits relating to the historic town of Salem and southern decorative arts.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Park
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Anthropology, Archaeology
Discover North Carolina's only museum dedicated to the study of global cultures. The Museum's permanent exhibits display objects from as far away as Africa, Oceania, and Latin America, and as nearby as North Carolina's Yadkin River Valley.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Art
The only museum in the United States dedicated to the study of the regional arts of the early South. Division of Old Salem.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
History
Preserves the heritage of the Moravians in Salem.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Art
Represents nearly 400 craft artists from throughout the Southeast.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Art
Art gallery.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Art
Located in the historic James G. Hanes (Hanes Corporation founder), SECCA is an art gallery designed to involve people in the art and craft of our time. Major exhibitions recently have included Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf and contemporary quilts by seven world class quilt artists. The museum is located on 32 lush acres still intact in a residential neighborhood. Admission is now free to enable more people access to the art and vision of the institution.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Art
Comtemporary and historical rotating exhibitions
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