The UNCG Auditorium is a 1,642 seat proscenium-style theatre. The building was completed in 1927 with seating for 2,288. In 2008, UNCG auditorium underwent a $19 million dollar renovation which added improved acoustics, more leg room for patrons, and a double-lift orchestra pit. The hall is used for musical productions, operas, symphonies, ensembles, University Concert…Read more
Hosted twice a year in Downtown Greensboro. Experience over 50 local food trucks from around North Carolina with Craft Beer, Live Music,Kid’s Activities,Craft Vendors, no tickets needed! Located on Greene St, Market St and Elm St. 2018 Schedule April 28
An art gallery that provides rotational exhibitions, gallery talks and artist forums. Local, regional, national and international professional and emerging artists are showcased through group and solo exhibitions each year. The gift shop offers an array of African American prints. FREE.
CCL is a top-ranked, global provider of executive education that unlocks individual and organizational potential through its exclusive focus on leadership development and research. Founded in Greensboro in 1970 as a non-profit, educational institution, CCL helps clients worldwide cultivate creative leadership through an array of programs, products and other services. CCL is headquartered in Greensboro,…Read more
See 10 different labeled plant collections, special garden displays, and distinctive features within a 17 acre portion of Lindley Park. The natural beauty of this area is inviting, and the planted collections provide year-round appeal. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Department; developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc.
This outdoor, three-piece sculpture honors Greensboro’s best known writer, William Sydney Porter (O. Henry). A bronze likeness of the author, a 7- by 14- foot book of his short stories and a statue of his small dog.
Comprised of the Mattye Reed African Heritage Collection, dedicated to the ancestral and contemporary arts of Africa and the Caribbean; and the H. Clinton Taylor Collection, which centers on the work of both emerging and established African American artists. Located in the Dudley Building on the N.C. A&T campus. Call for tour information.
Reconsidered Goods is an organization with a mission to promote the arts and environmental awareness through reuse. They are a Non-Profit Creative Reuse Center Art Education + Art Gallery + Creative Supply Resource. They offer a make and take space, classes and retail space.
After Gateway is a nonprofit day health program that helps adults with multiple or severe developmental disabilities in the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina achieve the highest possible quality of life through active and personalized involvement in recreational activities, life skills training, community integration, and medical services. It is our goal to provide services…Read more
The Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum interprets the life and work of Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown – a prominent educator, advocate for social justice – and her school, Palmer Memorial Institute. The site is the location of the former Palmer Memorial Institute, an African American preparatory school established by Brown in 1902. Visitors can explore the…Read more