Arts For Life Blog
September 14, 2015 | By Rachel Zink
At Arts For Life, 25 IS A MAGIC NUMBER! $25 provides one art lesson for a child in the hospital. Take our 25X25 fundraising challenge to help make creativity, discovery, and joy possible for kids and teens in hospitals across North Carolina.
August 12, 2015 | By Rachel Zink
It was fun to think BIG for our 2014 recycled cardboard exhibit, Outside the Box, at SECCA. So when our academic year intern, Katharyn Valier, began to think even bigger for this year’s show—proposing the idea to combine visual art and music, the two artistic focuses of our Winston-Salem chapter—we didn’t hesitate; the gears in our heads started moving and Art Amplified (which opens this week) is the grand, harmonious result!
August 11, 2015 | By Rachel Zink
Our latest Winston-Salem art show, Art Amplified: A Fusion of Music & Visual Art, was on display this summer at the Southeastern Center for Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA). We talked with exhibiting artist Erica about getting to be part of the BIG show.
August 7, 2015 | By Rachel Zink
Enjoy “Colors Reaching” by Colin Allured, inspired by 14-year-old Devin‘s artwork, “The Monstrosity.” Enjoy “Serious/Peaceful/Wistful” by Bill Stevens, inspired by 15-year-old Cindy‘s artwork, “Untitled.” Enjoy “What My Heart Beats For” by Becca Stevens, inspired by 18-year-old Tiffany‘s artwork of the same name. Enjoy “Here I Am” by Matt Kendrick, inspired by 9-year-old Karol‘s artwork, “Best […]
July 26, 2015 | By Rachel Zink
You know that yellow and blue make green. Red and blue make purple. Yellow and red make orange. But do you know about complementary colors? Primary, secondary, and tertiary colors? Analogous colors? Color families? Warm and cool colors? Our students have been learning about them all this month!