With more than 120 local shops and restaurants to browse in downtown alone, Winston-Salem’s local maker community has mastered the art of handmade holiday gift giving. Now you can too.
In hip yet historic cities, like Winston-Salem, downtown strolls can serve as a fun alternative to mountain hikes. There are two greenways that connect Winston-Salem’s downtown with surrounding nature walks and parks. Read on to learn more about the greenways as well as a few treasured finds and picture-perfect sights along the way.
Winston-Salem’s annual RiverRun International Film Festival is coming in hot April 4 – 14! USA Today’s 10Best list agrees that the Academy Award-qualifying film festival is a must-attend event. From Q&A panels with filmmakers to 165 screenings and venues throughout the city, you’ll have plenty to do during this 11-day experience.
The late Dr. Maya Angelou, famed poet and Winston-Salem resident, would’ve turned 91 this April, and you can follow her legacy across the city during your next visit. From portraits and tributes to interior design, we’ve put together a list of inspiring places throughout Winston-Salem to celebrate Dr. Angelou’s lasting legacy.
Taking place November 17 and 18, the 55th annual Piedmont Craftsmen’s Fair brings more than 100 fine artisans from across the Southeast to downtown Winston-Salem. We caught up with Jane Doub, president and CEO of Piedmont Craftsmen Gallery and accomplished local artist, to get her take on what makes this event unlike any other craft fair in the Southeast region.
12X12: 12 Artists from the 12th State presents North Carolina artists who were selected by jury and represent a diversity of artistic practices and cultural backgrounds. The artists are Elizabeth Alexander, Endia Beal, Martha Clippinger, Bill Fick, Mijoo Kim, Beverly McIver, Katy Mixon, Kirsten Stolle, Bob Trotman, Hong-An Truong, Lee Walton, and Pinar Yoldas.