Promoting the History, Culture and Art of African Americans for all People!


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To preserve, promote and develop the arts and culture of Black/African American peoples for all ages and backgrounds through public and educational programming  in performing, visual, literary, fine & decorative arts.



  Objectives / Goals:

 -To implement initiatives that present, preserve, interpret and exhibit the heritage of African Americans;

- To promote education and achievement, enhance learning, thinking and creativity through the arts and


- To nurture local/regional artists and provide an outlet for their work and creative expression;

- To serve as forum for the exchange of information and ideas;

- To be a leader in shaping public discourse about issues affecting the African American community so

   that significant and lasting improvements can be made in our society.


Board of Directors

Cheryl Harry, CEO, Founder


Christopher Weston,  Chair

Mütter Evans, Vice Chair

Brenda Conrad, Secretary/Treasurer

Luci Vaughn
Patricia Ford

Darryl Little

Patricia Oliver


 Advisory Board

Dr. Sir Walter Mack, Jr., Advisory Board

Larry Womble, Advisory Board

Kym Maddocks, Advisory Board
Monica Mack Covington, Committee Member At-Large


Festival Director

Brenda Conrad


serving Winston-Salem - Greensboro - high point, north Carolina

4524 Princess Drive - Winston-Salem, nc 27127

for more information: info@triadculturalarts.org 

Phone: 336-757-8556


“Supported by a grant from The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County with funding from the State of North Carolina, an agency of the Department of Cultural Resources and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that great nation deserves great art.