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Nov 25
Local Artists Holiday Gift Ideas

Support local artists with your holiday gift purchases Kelly Brooke Pottery Welcome to Kelly Brooke Pottery! I have been a professional potter for 23 years since graduating from Converse College where I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with a concentration in Ceramics in 1998. I continued my studies by attending […]

Jan 11
More Maps; Better Maps

As part of our continuing effort to make a nice user experience, we’ve made some improvements to the maps on GreensboroArtsHub and added some new mapping features. New: Explore Listings on Map You now have the option of exploring listings on GreensboroArtsHub on a map. To switch to the map view on desktop devices, just […]

Dec 20
Upgrades to GreensboroArtsHub for the coming new year

A Message from GreensboroArtsHub curator, Roch Smith, Jr. Hello GreensboroArtsHub artists and art lovers: First of all, thank you to all of you who participate in and support GreensboroArtsHub. I want to let you know that I will be making some enhancements to GreensboroArtsHub in the coming new year. They will include: Additional functionality. Design […]

Dec 14
2022 Bryan Series Single-Event Tickets on Sale Dec. 15th

Single-event tickets will go on sale Dec. 15 at 10 a.m. for all five Guilford College Bryan Series programs in the 2022 season at the new Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets for events featuring Steve Martin (Jan. 25), Yusef Salaam (Feb. 15), Anne Lamott (March 15), Jose Andres (April 26) and Rita […]

Dec 13
Win 2 tickets to The Difficulties live show this Friday

The Difficulties will perform live at The Crown at The Carolina Theatre on Friday, December 18th. We are giving away 2 free tickets to the show. A winner will be randomly selected from all correct entries received by 12:00 midnight, December 15, 2021. ONE ENTRY PER PERSON. To enter, just answer this question correctly: What […]

Dec 09
Q&A with Mark Engebretson & Brian Lampkin of The Difficulties

The Difficulties will perform live on December 17th, 8:00 p.m. at The Crown at The Carolina in Greensboro. We asked ensemble members Brian Lampkin and Mark Engebretson to tell us a little about the group and themselves.

Dec 02
Greensboro Library Sponsors Play About Native American Issues

The Greensboro Public Library is celebrating Native American author Tommy Orange during the One City, One Book community read this year. As part of the One City, One Book programming the Library is presenting a play by local playwright Patsy Hawkins. The Dragonflies’ Daughters is free and open to the public at 2:30 pm, Sunday, […]

Nov 17
History Museum Hosting Closing Events for Award-Winning Exhibit

Pieces of Now: Murals, Masks, Community Stories and Conversations has won numerous awards, but this innovative, community-inspired, collaborative exhibition will only be open through Sunday, November 28. The Greensboro History Museum is celebrating the exhibit with “Picking up Pieces: Music and Stories,” at 4 pm, Sunday, November 21, at 130 Summit Ave. The museum will […]

Oct 25
Video Auditions for Wolves of Ravensbruk Due November 4

Creative Greensboro is holding auditions for New Play Project winner Wolves of Ravensbruk, written by Sally Kinka and directed by Todd Fisher. Actors are invited to submit pre-recorded monologues for the first round of auditions by November 4. More information as well as the submission form can be found at In-person callbacks will be […]

Oct 12
Greensboro Library Welcomes Author Elisheba Haqq

Elisheba Haqq, author of the memoir Mamaji, will visit Greensboro’s Central Library for an in-person meet and greet at 12 pm, Tuesday, October 19 at Central Library, 219 N Church St. “Mamaji” is a Hindi term meaning “respected mother” and it’s a reference to the author’s own mother who was lost to cancer. Haqq offers […]