6009 Landmark Center Blvd , Greensboro, NC, US, 27407
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Arts & Museums
The goal and lasting mission of the International Civil Rights Center and Museum is to educate future generations, and also not let anyone forget our Greensboro's as well as the nation's struggle for Civil Rights. Everything that began with the sit-in protest of the Woolworth-lunch counter 1960 by four young North Carolina A&T State College students and every battle in-between, and even all the way up to now is chronicled inside these walls. This is truly one inspiring monument to history.
The Green Hill Center is dedicated to promoting arts and culture. It has four floors of art galleries that host a variety of paintings and cultural exhibits. Additionally, there are studios, classrooms and rehearsal halls that showcase events and informative workshops. If you enjoy arts and culture, the Green Hill Center is the place to go.
The African American Atelier is a non-profit group that promotes African American art awareness, and achieves that goal by hosting art classes for children and adults alike and various exhibits throughout the year. The gallery is located on the main floor of the Greensboro Cultural Center and is spread over three spaces. The featured artwork changes frequently, so check the website for special events and artist receptions.
Whether a student, a researcher or just someone wanting to know a little something more about the long and rich history of Greensboro and Guilford Counties, then the Greensboro Historical Museum is obviously the place to be. Notable figures you will be sure to find in the museum include, among others, former Governor John Motley Morehead, O. Henry and David Caldwell. There are exhibits that are both the permanent kind as well as those that are of limited time.
A place where you will not only find great designer glasses frames, but also an art gallery and jeweler. Above all else, View on Elm's primary focus is all about eyewear. The style of the store is matched and is perfectly in sync with its owner, Becky Causey, who has gotten frames for her store as far and wide as New York, Paris, Munich and Barcelona.
The key aspect to the Greensboro Children's Museum that they stress is that above all else, the children that come through their doors experience something educational and interactive. There are outreach programs for children throughout the community to educate the youth about nature through activities in science. There are various kinds of field-trips available including lock-ins/sleepovers.
Ambleside Gallery carries fine art by international artists, and specialize in finding the perfect piece for the avid collector, interior designers, corporate clients, and the people who simply indulge in their love of art. The work in the gallery includes prints, photos, lithographs, paintings and sculpture. Call ahead for hours, current exhibitions and special artist receptions.
A former thrift years from yesteryear. the building that now houses the Elsewhere Collaborative is a place for artists, students and all walks of life to find inspiration for their art, their stories, their concepts. It is a living museum. It is also place for germination of these artistic thoughts to be incubated and nurtured through residencies, live productions, or whatever which way you feel is best to bring it all into fruition.
Located in the Arts and Antiques District in Downtown Greensboro, Artmongerz showcases the work of local artists who work in a variety of media, all with a modern edge. The in-house studio allows visitors to watch the artists at work while they create their latest piece. Events are held the first Friday of each month to celebrate the art on display.
Located in the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Weatherspoon Museum of Art has collected almost 6000 pieces of modern and contemporary art, and is regarded as one of the best art museums in the Southeast. The permanent collection features works by famous artists like Andy Warhol, Willem de Kooning, Alexander Calder and Sol le Witt, but the gallery also regularly features small exhibits from emerging artists. In collaboration with the UNC Department of Art, The Falk Visiting Artist program showcases the work of guest artists every year. The museum grounds include a sculpture garden, six galleries, and an auditorium for lectures, performances and film screenings. Admission is free. Call ahead to schedule group tours.
The Tyler White Gallery showcases art that is meant to be exhibited in your office or home, and will do its utmost to help you find the right piece for your personal space. The rotating exhibits at the gallery cater to a variety of tastes, and have featured artists like Lauren Worth, Molly Davis and Mike Hoyt. First time collectors should take advantage of the gallery's installation and presentation consulting services.