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Museum on the Move!

April 1, 2016 | By Rachel Zink

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What: Museum on the Move Pop-Up Art Exhibit: artwork from pediatric patients at Brenner Children’s Hospital in Arts For Life’s educational art programs, inspired by art in the permanent collection at Reynolda House Museum of American Art

Who: Open to the public

When: Thursday, April 21st from 5 – 7 pm

Where: 3 Downtown Locations

  • a/perture cinema   311 W. 4th Street
  • Kleur Shop LLC   545 Trade Street NW #108 (entrance located on 6th Street, between Trade & Liberty Sts.)
  • Barista Cooperative   521 N. Liberty Street #101

How Much: Free!

A one-night-only art exhibit in Downtown Winston-Salem featuring art inspired by artwork in Reynolda House Museum of American Art’s permanent collection. Join us for a pop-up gallery hop to view individual and collaborative works created by patients and siblings in Arts For Life’s programs at Brenner Children’s Hospital.

a/perture cinema features art inspired by The Rattlesnake by Frederic Remington, Kleur Shop LLC features art inspired by The Andes of Ecuador by Frederic Edwin Church, and Barista Cooperative features art inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci by Nam June Paik.

Arts For Life invites the community to come view this all-ages, family-friendly exhibit, to celebrate Brenner Children’s Hospital’s young artists and the power of their creativity. Art activities will be available at a/perture cinema and Barista Cooperative. A special map of the locations will be available at each of the three locations, with an opportunity to receive a stamp for each visit. Postcards with all three stamps can be entered in to a prize drawing on Saturday, April 23rd at the Arts For Life information table at Reynolda House Museum of American Art’s Community Day (from 1 – 4pm, free to the public).