The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County will present “ri-nu [renew]” an exhibit of moss art and nature-inspired installations by Mona King from Oct. 20 to Jan. 3 in the Arboreal Gallery at Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts, 251 N. Spruce St.
King is a professionally trained artist/designer/interior architect. King said it’s a way to re-set, re-start, and get on with your “wild and precious life”, in the words of poet Mary Oliver.
King sees this exhibition at this time as “an antidote to stress”, saying, “As we naturally seek ways to reduce the stress on our minds and bodies, nothing comforts and renews us as quickly and as beautifully as the natural world. Admission is free. COVID-9 protocols will be observed.
Go to intothearts.org or call 336-722-2585.
UNC School of the Arts will present “Inheritance: A Work in Progress” at 7 p.m. Oct. 28-31 in the courtyard at Brookstown Inn, 200 Brookstown Ave., Winston-Salem.
UNCSA Schools of Drama and Design & Production have collaborated to create this original story. The 50-minute play, which will feature six characters through windows of the 1837 Brookstown Inn, is a work of devised theater exploring timely themes of isolation, identity, relationships and mental health. Each performance will be followed by a talk with the case, directors and designers.
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