November Hop Notes

November DADA 1st Friday Gallery Hop E-Letter

November in the W-S Downtown ARTS DISTRICT!
(Save the date – next DADA Hop is December2nd!)

Come visit the shops, galleries, businesses, restaurants, coffee shops and MORE in the
Winston-Salem Downtown Arts District!

Also drop by the DADA office located at 604 – A North Trade Street. We have DADA membership forms, info, business cards from DADA members and can answer your questions!
Drop by and say HELLO!

DADA would like to announce our BRICK PAVER Holiday Campaign! See details in this e-letter!
DADA would also like to welcome “Crafted – Art of the TACO” to the ARTS District!

Parking for the hop is available at the 6th and Cherry St. Deck for $2.00. Free parking is also available along the 600 block of Liberty Street on a first come, first served basis.

Single Paver $100

Double Paver $200
Add your Logo for extra $100 per logo
Through it’s “DADA First Friday Gallery Hops” and embracing of various city events, DADA has infused our downtown with life and energy, helping to build the arts district itself into a vibrant community. Our new paver program will help provide funding to continue to support and organize monthly events, assist emerging arts leaders, and bring youth art activities to the streets. Our end goal is to fill the sidewalks in the arts district with your voice, literally remaking the streets of the arts district and we want you to be a part of it!
The DADA OFFICE is located at North Trade Street ArtsARTIST of the Month is: photographer Steve Jones
and Grassy Hill
in the Megan Knott Cook Gallery
NTSA also be featuring books by
Heath King: My Wonderful World of Sculpture by Jennifer K. Foster
W-S Architectural Heritage by Heather Fearnbach
Lewisville Civic Club Cookbook
northtradestreetarts.com
Woodland Moth Records
presents a screening of A Night of AURA3 – a film by Thomas Adkins
Steele Group Architects (SGA) Art Studiois pleased to present Messin’ With Color ‘n’ Space with the artwork of Jack Hernon on view at First Friday Gallery Hop on November 4 through January. Hernon is an abstract mixed media artist whose work is colorful, contemporary, and energetic. The artwork is available for purchase and the artist will be present for questions at the reception. http://www.jackhernonart.com/ 

Steele Group Architects Art Studio
217 West Sixth Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27101   336.734.2003
MondayFriday 8:30am-5:30pm
& First Fridays 7:00pm-10:00pm

Steele Group facebook and at www.steelegrp.com

Upcoming Hop Themes:
Halloween in the Arts District / Sat., October 28th Noon until 3 PM
December 2 Annual Holiday Hop
January 6 – National Bean Day Hop – what’s your fav?
(coffee, cocoa, jelly, refried…)
February 3 – Ground Hog Hop (Ground Hog Hop…Ground Hog Hop)
March 3 – 2nd Annual “Mad as a March Hare” Hop
April 7  –  All things SPRING!
207 West 6th Street
(next to 6th & Vine)
delurkgallery.com/events for more details

Come by and taste the flavors of fall! Let us pumpkin spice up your world. Located at 526 N. Liberty St. Winston Salem, Nc 27101 https://m.facebook.com/libertyartscoffee

Artist –  Dennis Wells 

is the first of many arts educators to be featured at the Liberty Arts Coffee House at 524 N. Liberty Street in downtown Winston-Salem.
quote: “My hope is that my work causes an emotional or intellectual reaction in the people that view it.  My philosophy can be summed up in a quote by Picasso.  “I paint things as I think them, not as I see them.”
for more about Dennis’s work:
Black Mountain Chocolate will be OPEN during the Hop with Chocolate Samples
Studio 7
625 N Trade Street

In the McNeely Gallery

HAYDEN ~ the works of Hayden Tedder opens November 4 and runs through November 26.  Hayden will include a wide variety of her work in this show. Studio 7 is open Thursday through Saturday from noon until 5 pm, by chance, and by appointment. Call 336-408-9739 for more information or email us at studio7ws@gmail.com. Visit us at www.studio7ws.com or www.themcneelygallery.com.
 “Alliteration: New Paintings” by
Nanu La Rosee & Cindy TaplinExhibition dates: October 30 – November 26, 2016
Artists’ Reception: Sunday, November 6, 2 – 4 pmCindy Taplin began painting images of birds when her mother was terminally ill.  It made no sense at the time because birds had terrified her since she was a little girl.  The urge to paint these creatures was intense, and in retrospect it was perhaps a way to confront her greatest fears:  encounters with birds and the death of her mother.  The phobia has given way to fascination, and now she spends a great deal of time watching and photographing birds to paint.   This collection includes a variety of birds, from a robin on her front gate to a group of ravens enjoying a parking lot buffet in Flagstaff, AZ.
www.Artworks-Gallery.org
Artworks Gallery, Inc.
564 North Trade Street

Author: dadaws

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