Salem College Cultural Events

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Fall 2012

Salem College has been educating women for more than 240 years. Today we offer undergraduate majors and minors for young women; graduate programs in education for both men and women; and a range of degree, certificate and non-degree programs for men and women ages 23 and older through the Fleer Center for Adult Education. We are proud to present a wide variety of events each year including authors, performing arts programs, music recitals and art exhibits by distinguished artists, as well as by our faculty and students. During the 2012-2013 year, Salem College seeks to “Engage, Educate, Inspire” through the fine arts, scholarship and discussion; the written and spoken word; and performances of all kinds, from music to dance. Admission to these events is free unless otherwise specified. Please visit www.salem.edu/culturalevents for additional information or for directions to campus facilities. Programs are subject to change. For general inquiries or special assistance: Contact the sponsoring organization, the Communications and Public Relations office at 336/917-5313 or the main Salem switchboard at 336/721-2600. To be placed on the cultural events mailing list (both regular mail and email notifications): email culturalevents@salem.edu or call 336/721-2851. For quick access to information on cultural events, directions, etc.: Visit www.salem.edu/culturalevents. Cover art: Performance by the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, photo by Paul B. Goode.To the left of cover: Laurie Anderson. To the right of cover: Bill T. Jones photo by Stephanie Berger. Page 2 background photo: Detail from Ann Pancake’s novel, Strange As This Weather Has Been.

Salem College Cultural Events
En�a�e, E�ucate, Ins�ire.
AUGUST 27 Anne Kesler Shields, 60 Years: Portraits and Appropriated Images, page 4 16 SEPTEMBER 7 Reception for Artist: Anne Kesler Shields, page 4 8 BOOKMARKS Festival of Books, page 8 13 How the Model United Nations Makes International Policy Relevant, page 6 15 Sandresky Artist Faculty Series: Celebrating Salem’s Organ Legacy, page 4 17 Constitution Day Panel, page 6 19 Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Maestro Soler, page 4 25 Afro-Latino Cultural Heritage: The Blood that Unites Us is Thicker Than the Waters that Divide Us, page 6 27-30 Salem College Pierrettes Present “A Piece of My Heart,” page 4 28 An Evening with Environmental Novelist, Ann Pancake, page 8 29 Actress Kathy Najimy: The Courage to Succeed, page 6 OCTOBER 1 A Healthy Approach to Stress and Weight Management with Paula Rovinsky, page 7 2 North Carolina Author Angela DavisGardner, page 8 5 Sandresky Artist Faculty Concert Series: Cristy Lynn Brown, Mezzo Soprano, page 5

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Perspectives on the 2012 Presidential Election Panel Discussion, page 7 NOVEMBER 2 Salem Sings, page 5 3 International Dinner and Show, page 7 6 Book Release Celebration with Tekla Ali Johnson, page 8 8-11 Salem Academy Theatre Presents, “The Octette Bridge Club,” page 5 9 Between Us: A Studio Showing, page 3 10 Screening of "A Good Man" Documentary, page 3 10 An Evening with Bill T. Jones: Insights on Directing, Choreography and an Artistic Life, page 3 17 Celebrate Copland,” page 5 18 An Evening with the Great Women Singers of Jazz and the Big Band Era, page 5 DECEMBER 6 Christmas Candlelight Service, page 5

Coming April 3-5, 2013: Laurie Anderson
The June Porter Johnson Series for the Visual and Performing Arts showcases one of today’s premier performance artists: Laurie Anderson. Known primarily for her multimedia presentations, she has cast herself in roles as varied as visual artist, composer, poet, photographer, filmmaker, electronics whiz, vocalist and instrumentalist.

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The June Porter Johnson Series �or the Visual and Per�ormin� Arts
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Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and an Evening with Bill T. Jones

Salem College is delighted to launch an exciting new series that will bring world-class artists and performers to Winston-Salem. For its inaugural year, the June Porter Johnson Series for the Visual and Performing Arts will showcase the work of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company in the fall and performance artist Laurie Anderson in the spring.

Screening of “A Good Man” Documentary
Saturday, November 10, at 4:30 p.m. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center This 90-minute PBS American Masters film chronicles the intense creative journey of Bill T. Jones—a 2010 Kennedy Center Honors recipient and two-time Tony®Award winner for Best Choreography—as he tackles the most ambitious work of his career and leads the Bill T. Jones/ Arnie Zane Dance Company in the creation of Fondly Do We Hope…Fervently Do We Pray, an original dance-theater piece in honor of Abraham Lincoln’s bicentennial commissioned by Ravinia Festival. Co-directors Bob Hercules of Media Process Group and Gordon Quinn of Kartemquin Films provide a window into the creative process and the creative crisis of one of our nation’s most enduring, provocative artists as he explores what it means to be a good man, to be a free man, to be a citizen.

Between Us: A Studio Showing

Friday, November 9, at 7:30 p.m. Followed by an audience Q&A and reception. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center Now in its 30th anniversary season, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company was born out of an 11-year collaboration between Bill T. Jones and Arnie Zane (1948-1988). During this time, they redefined the duet form and foreshadowed issues of identity, form and social commentary that would change the face of American dance. The Company emerged onto the international scene in 1983 with the world premiere of "Intuitive Momentum," which featured legendary drummer Max Roach, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Since then, the 10-member Company has performed worldwide in more than 200 cities in 30 countries on every major continent. Today, the Company is recognized as one of the most innovative and powerful forces in the modern dance world. In an intimate and informal setting, the Company will perform works from "Between Us," a program of duets that reflect intriguing portraits of the relationship between two people. This focused evening provides a satisfying look at the core of the Jones/Zane style and an overview of the Company’s evolution. The program will include an early Jones/Zane duet, a highly athletic pair of duets and another piece from later in Mr. Jones’s career. The Company in known for dancers with diverse personalities and backgrounds; partnering that is unconventional and unexpected; and a choreographic palette that draws from classical ballet, postmodern abstraction, and arrangements of gesture and shape influenced by film and photography. This event is free of charge; however, tickets are required. Visit www.salem.edu/culturalevents for ticketing information. The Salem College Dance Department is honored to assist in the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company in a residency at Salem. Students and faculty will experience lectures on art-making and social engagement as well as intensive investigations of dance technique and choreographic form. These events are made possible by a generous gift from June Porter Johnson.

An Evening with Bill T. Jones: Insights on Directing, Choreography and an Artistic Life
Saturday, November 10, at 7:30 p.m. A reception follows the talk. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center

Bill T. Jones, a multi-talented artist, choreographer, dancer, theater director and writer, will provide a keynote address on aspects of the artistic life to a general audience. He has received major honors ranging from a 1994 MacArthur "Genius" Award to Kennedy Center Honors in 2010. He was inducted into the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in 2009 and named "An Irreplaceable Dance Treasure" by the Dance Heritage Coalition in 2000. His ventures into Broadway theater have resulted in two Tony Awards for Best Choreography, one for Spring Awakening and another for the critically acclaimed FELA!, the new musical co-conceived, cowritten, directed and choreographed by Mr. Jones. The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company will be in residency at Salem College, November 7-11, 2012. This event is free of charge, however, tickets are required. Bill T. Jones photo by Stephanie Berger and background photo Fabrizio Costantini.

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Anne Kesler Shields, 60 Years: Portraits and Appropriated Images
August 27 – December 15 Reception: Friday, September 7, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Mary Davis Holt Gallery, Elberson Fine Arts Center

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Sandresky Artist Faculty Series: Celebrating Salem’s Organ Legacy–Instruments, Teachers and Students

Saturday, September 15 Visit www.salem.edu/culturalevents for times. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Salem College and the School of Music honor its magnificent legacy of organ teachers, students and alumnae through a symposium and recital featuring the historic Flentrop organ in Shirley Recital Hall. Lectures will discuss the role of legendary teachers John and Margaret Mueller and their influence in the Baroque organ movement in America; the historical importance of Salem’s Flentrop organs; the renovation project of the 1965 Flentrop organ in Shirley Recital Hall; and physical challenges of playing the organ will be explored by keyboard technique expert Barbara Lister-Sink and Alexander Technique instructor Susan Perkins. The gala recital will feature world-renowned organist and scholar, Kimberly Marshall and Salem organ professor, Timothy Olsen. Free event.

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with Acclaimed Spanish “Poet of the Guitar” Maestro Soler

Salem College Pierrettes Present “A Piece of My Heart” by Shirley Lauro
September 27, 28, 29 at 8:00 p.m., September 30 at 3:00 p.m. Drama Workshop, Elberson Fine Arts Center

Wednesday, September 19, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Reception follows performance. Maestro Soler recorded the CD, “Guitar, Collection of Francesc de Paula Soler,” for Mel Bay Publications (US), and “Casa Beethoven Publicacions,” “Catalana de Ediciones Musicales,” “Clivis Publicacions,” “Terona de Ediciones Musicales,” and “Editorial Boileau” (Spain). He has received numerous awards and honors in recognition for his artistic merits. According to The Washington Post: “Soler showed himself to be unusually sensitive to color and the rhapsodic rise and fall of the phrases,” adding, “He played dazzling solos with his left hand on the fingerboard, unleashed a battery of right-hand percussive effects on the body of the guitar, and engaged in some creative pitchbending on blues-tinged melodies.” Known as the “Poet of the Guitar,” Maestro Soler’s wide international activity as a performer has brought critics to hail him as one of the most notable artists of the guitar world. Contact culturalevents@salem.edu for additional information on guitar workshops and talks on Spanish art and culture. Free event. Sponsored by the Office of Cultural Events

Anne Kesler Shields is Winston-Salem’s most accomplished living, native-born artist. Having maintained an active art career since she was in her 20s, Shields turned 80 this year, and Salem College is one of three institutions that will honor her with retrospective exhibitions in the fall. The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art will present a broad overview of her career to open in midSeptember, and other examples of her work will go on view soon afterward at Wake Forest University’s Hanes Art Gallery. The Shields exhibition at Salem will include a selection of her portraits, large-scale collage installations and related works.

“A Piece of My Heart” is the odyssey of six women—five nurses and one USO entertainer—during the Vietnam War. The play traces their lives for about 20 years: from the time of their enlistment in the 1960s to their adjustments to civilian life after the war ended. Each character moves between the present and the past, narrating and reliving their harrowing and poignant experiences. We see how their notions of war changed and how the war changed them. Admission by ticket only: $9 general admission, $7 for students and Salem community. Tickets may be purchased at the door. Reservations will be accepted before the day of performance by emailing culturalevents@salem.edu or calling 336/917-5493.

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Sandresky Artist Faculty Concert Salem Academy Theatre Presents Series: Cristy Lynn Brown, Mezzo “The Octette Bridge Club” by P.J. Barry Soprano, Debut Faculty Recital
Friday, October 5, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Cristy Lynn Brown will perform a recital of vocal works by Handel, Dvorak, Poulenc and Elgar in her faculty debut recital with Barbara Lister-Sink at the piano. Please join us for an exciting evening of sublime song spanning Baroque through 20th Century music. Free event. November 8, 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m. and November 11 at 2:00 p.m. Drama Workshop, Elberson Fine Arts Center

An Evening with the Great Women Singers of Jazz and the Big Band Era

Sunday, November 18, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center The Voice Studio of Cristy Lynn Brown invites you to a concert that celebrates the lovely sirens of song from jazz, big band and cabaret. Performances will include songs made famous by Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Doris Day, Billie Holiday and Rosemary Clooney, to name a few. Please join us in this homage to some of the great songstresses of the past century! Free event.

SALEM SINGS!

Friday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center The Salem Chamber Choir, Chorale and Jazz Voices will bring you an exciting program from world music to Vivaldi. The choirs will feature a special segment of music by composer Gwyneth Walker. Other music that is guaranteed to get your heart humming will be songs from Ireland, Canada, Australia, spirituals, gospel and Norman Dello Joio’s “A Jubilant Song.” This concert will truly have a musical gift for each of you. The Salem choirs are conducted by Dr. Sonja Sepulveda and accompanied by Carmine Mann. Free event.

There are eight wonderful roles for women in this sentimental comedy about American life in a bygone era. On alternate Friday evenings, eight sisters meet to play bridge and gossip. The first act takes place in 1934; the second ten years later during a Halloween bridge party where each acts out her costume’s persona. The emotionally distraught youngest, who does a hilarious Salome belly dance, has just gotten out of a sanitarium and knows that she must cut the bonds to her smothering family and strike out on her own. Free event. Reservations not required.

Celebrate Copland!

Saturday, November 17, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Dr. Thomas Swenson and friends will present an evening of music by the “Dean of American Music,” Aaron Copland (19001990). Copland’s music evokes the sounds of city life and the vast expansive landscapes of the early pioneers. Popular styles, such as jazz, were often incorporated into his compositions. Included on this program will be the “Four Piano Blues,” “The Duo for Flute and Piano” and the entire set of Old American Songs. Free event.

Christmas Candlelight Service

Thursday, December 6, at 4:15 p.m. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center Join the Salem Chamber Choir and Chorale in this beautiful Moravian tradition that includes the whole community. This holiday tradition features beautiful music, Moravian hymns, brass quartet and student-read scriptures of the Christmas story. It will be the start to your Christmas season! Free event.

Offering individual lessons, group classes and workshops for all ages. For more information, call 336/721-2636 or visit www.salem.edu/cmesc
Dr. Thomas Swenson, Director 601 South Church Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101 www.salem.edu/cmesc 336/721-2636

Engage, Educate, Ins�ire throu�h Shared Knowled�e
Kathy Najimy: The Courage to Succeed
How the Model United Nations Makes International Policy Relevant
Wednesday, September 13, at 4:30 p.m. Library Assembly Room, Gramley Library Former delegates to the Salem College Model United Nations will share their experiences after participating in the national Collegiate Model United Nations program. They will outline how the lessons gained from this endeavor are contributing to their educational programs and career aspirations. Reservations not required. Sponsored by the Department of History and Political Science

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Afro-Latino Cultural Heritage: The Blood that Unites Us Is Thicker than the Waters that Divide Us
Tuesday, September 25, at 4:30 p.m. Library Assembly Room, Gramley Library Due to the expansive institution of slavery, African influences are pervasive in most Latin American countries, although rarely referenced in contemporary textbooks. Salem Spanish professor Krishauna Hines-Gaither celebrates the diversity of Spanish-speaking countries and recognizes the African influences and contributions that have shaped such diversity while presenting history and culture through film clips, literature, music and interviews conducted with AfroLatino women. Free event. Sponsored by the Office of Cultural Events

Saturday, September 29, at 7:30 p.m. Hanes Auditorium Elberson Fine Arts Center

Critically acclaimed actress, vocal talent and activist Kathy Najimy has appeared in more than 20 films, including starring roles in the Sister Act movies, Hocus Pocus and Hope Floats. She has starred in numerous television productions, including her critically acclaimed part in Chicago Hope; performed the opening musical number of the 1995 Academy Awards; and held leading roles on Broadway, including the first productions of “The Vagina Monologues.” A Lebanese American, Najimy is an outspoken advocate for civil rights and women’s issues, especially those regarding the image and confidence of young women. Combining humor and inspiration, Najimy will share stories of challenges she has faced as a professional and the things that fuel her confidence to succeed. Her keynote address is a featured event in Salem’s Women’s Conference, “Developing Emerging Professionals.” This address is free and open to the public with general admission seating. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m., and a reception will follow the event. Sponsored by the Salem College Center for Women in Business and the Salem Signature Leadership program (SSLP), made possible by grants from BB&T.

Constitution Day Panel: The Influence of Presidential Elections on the Supreme Court and the Constitution
Monday, September 17, at 4:30 p.m. Library Assembly Room, Gramley Library Members of the faculty of the Department of History and International Relations, along with those from the Public Policy Program, will outline the contemporary application of principles relevant to the American Constitution to current events and issues. In particular, the discussion will focus on health care policy and the constitutional debate that this issue has generated. Reservations not required. Sponsored by the Department of History and International Relations

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A Healthy Approach to Stress and Weight Management with Paula Rovinsky
Monday, October 1, at 7:30 p.m. Library Assembly Room, Gramley Library Paula Rovinsky, a registered nurse with a Master's Degree in Health Arts and Science, will give an educational and entertaining discussion on stress and weight management utilizing self care, relaxation techniques, sleep/ insomnia care, emotional eating, mindfulness and mindful eating. Free event. Sponsored by the Office of Cultural Events and the Wellness Committee

International Dinner and Show
Saturday, November 3, at 7:30 p.m. Bryant Hall Join us for an international show and culinary feast! The International Club of Salem will host its annual dinner with food from countries around the world accompanied by live performances in dance, song and skits representing various countries. Ticket prices are $12 adults, $8 students and $5 children 10 and under. Reservations may be made through November 1, by emailing saleminternationalclub@gmail.com or calling 336/917-5493. Co-sponsored by the Salem College International Club and the Human Relations Department of the Winston-Salem City Hall.

Perspectives on the 2012 Presidential Elections: A Panel Discussion

Tuesday, October 16, at 6:30 p.m. Club Dining Room, Corrin Refectory A panel of Salem faculty will offer the Winston-Salem community a non-partisan assessment of the 2012 presidential elections. The speakers will compare the election to previous races, as well as analyze the candidates’ campaigns, policy proposals and economic plans. Short presentations by each speaker will be followed by questions from the audience. Panelists include Jennifer M. Piscopo, assistant professor of public policy; Daniel Prosterman, assistant professor of history; and Megan Silbert, assistant professor of economics. Free event.

Salem Academy and College recently renamed its fine arts facility the Robert E. Elberson Fine Arts Center in honor of former Salem Academy and College Board of Trustees member Robert E. Elberson, who donated $3 million to the school to help fund student scholarships. The $3 million gift adds to $2 million previously given to the school, totaling $5 million in lifetime giving by Elberson to Salem. Elberson grew up in Winston-Salem and served as President and Vice Chairman of the Board of Sara Lee Corporation in Chicago before retiring in 1989. In 2002, he received Salem’s Comenius Award, the school’s highest honor and most distinguished award. The dedication for the Elberson Fine Arts Center was held on April 20, 2012, in a private ceremony.

Elberson Fine Arts Center

Engage, Educate, Ins�ire through the Written and Spoken Word
BOOKMARKS Festival of Books
Saturday, September 8 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Downtown Arts District, Sixth and Trade Streets

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An Evening with Environmental Novelist Ann Pancake
Tuesday, September 28, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Reception and book signing will follow event.

The 2012 Beverly Johnson Pritchard Lecture

BOOKMARKS brings writers and readers of all ages together as renowned authors, illustrators, storytellers and chefs share their work and insights through reading, presentations, panel discussions, workshops and book signings. This free festival partners with community organizations, reading related exhibitors and a variety of food vendors. The eighth annual festival will feature more than 40 authors. Salem College is a proud supporter of this free public festival. Please visit www.bookmarksbookfestival.org for more information.

North Carolina Writer Angela Davis-Gardner Reads from her Latest Novel, Butterfly’s Child

Ann Pancake’s novel, Strange As This Weather Has Been (Counterpoint 2007), features a southern West Virginia family devastated by mountaintop removal mining. Based on interviews and real events, the novel was one of Kirkus Review’s Top Ten Fiction Books of 2007, won the 2007 Weatherford Prize, and was a finalist for the 2008 Orion Book Award and the 2008 Washington State Book Award. Her collection of short stories, Given Ground (University Press of New England, 2001), won the 2000 Bakeless award, and she has also received a Whiting Award, an NEA grant and a Pushcart Prize. Her fiction and essays have appeared in journals and anthologies like Orion, The Georgia Review, Poets and Writers, and New Stories from the South. Currently, she teaches in the low-residency MFA program at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash.

Tuesday, October 2, at 7:30 p.m. Saal, Single Sisters House Reception and book signing will follow event. Assistant professor of history and North Carolina native Angela DavisGardner is the author of four criticallyacclaimed novels: Felice; Forms of Shelter; Plum Wine; and, most recently, Butterfly’s Child, which is inspired by her love of Japanese culture. She is an awardwinning teacher, having taught at Meredith College, UNC-Chapel Hill, Guilford College and Duke University. She is currently a professor emerita at North Carolina State University and lives in Raleigh with her incorrigible dog, Trevor. Sponsored by the Center for Women Writers Detail from Butterfly’s Child used in the background.

Book Release Celebration! Tekla Ali Johnson reads from Free Radical: Ernest Chambers, Black Power and the Politics of Race
Tuesday, November 6, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center

Reception and book signing will follow event. In Free Radical, Salem’s own assistant professor of history, Dr. Tekla Ali Johnson, explores the fascinating story of the radical and revered Nebraska state senator, Ernest Chambers. After his election to the Nebraska Unicameral, Chambers spent the next 40 years fighting police brutality, police murders and for the improvement of the lives of African Americans and the poor in Omaha, Neb. Free Radical is the first published biography of Chambers’ career, a powerful account that documents an intellectual’s and a community’s struggle to repel the attacks of those who would abuse their authority against the African American citizenry. Sponsored by the Center for Women Writers

General Information: Cultural Events at Salem College

Free and Open to the Public Admission to cultural events is free and open to the public unless otherwise specified in the description. Special Needs The main level of the Elberson Fine Arts Center, including restrooms, is accessible by wheelchair. Wheelchair seating is available in both Shirley Recital Hall and Hanes Auditorium, located inside of the Elberson Fine Arts Center. Late Seating Late seating opportunities will vary according to the program. Once a program has begun, late seating opportunities are limited and may be delayed until an appropriate time. Be sure to plan your arrival time to allow for traffic and parking. For your convenience, we recommend that you arrive at least 20 minutes before the announced start-time. General Admission Seating All of the auditoriums at Salem College are open seating which means there will be no seats that are specifically reserved except in special circumstances. Electronic Courtesy Please remember to turn off all pagers, cell phones, electronic watch alarms, or other beeping/ringing devices before entering the auditorium. Recording devices of any type are not permitted in Salem College performance venues. Gentle Reminder Tobacco, food and beverages are strictly prohibited inside of Salem College performance venues. Directions to Salem Facilities

From Greensboro/East of Winston-Salem Take I-40 West to Winston-Salem. When I-40 splits, take Business 40. From Business 40, take the Old Salem/Salem College exit, which is US 52 South. Take the Salem College/Winston-Salem State/Stadium Drive exit off of 52 South. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Stadium Drive (recently renamed Ram’s Drive). When you reach the traffic light at the top of the hill, go straight into the Elberson Fine Arts Center entrance. There is a large parking lot at the bottom of the hill. Directions to the Saal in Single Sisters House and the Library Assembly Room in Gramley Library From I-40 West After passing the airport exit, take Exit 206 for Interstate 40 Business to Kernersville/ Downtown Winston-Salem. When approaching Winston-Salem, go past Highway 52 and take the next exit at Main Street. Turn right on Main Street. Go one block and turn left at First Street. Go one block and turn left at Liberty Street. At the third stoplight, turn left onto Academy Street, which brings you into the Salem Square. The Single Sisters House is the second building on the left after you pass Main Hall; the Saal is located on the second floor. Gramley Library is the second building on the right after you pass the Salem Square; the Library Assembly Room is located on the third floor and there is elevator access. From I-40 East Take I-40 West to Winston-Salem. When I-40 splits, take Business 40. From Business Take Interstate 40 Business to Winston-Salem (not I-40 Bypass). Exit at Old Salem/Salem College/Downtown exit. At the third stoplight, turn left on Academy Street, which brings you into the Salem Square. The Single Sisters House is the second building on the left after you pass Main Hall; the Saal is located on the second floor. Gramley Library is the second building on the right after you pass the Salem Square; the Library Assembly Room is located on the third floor and there is elevator access. From Highway 52 Exit at Stadium Drive/Old Salem/Salem College Exit. Go west on Stadium Drive (recently renamed Ram’s Drive). Go to first stoplight (entrance to Salem Academy and Fine Arts Center). Turn left on Salem Avenue. Enter the traffic circle and take the first right on Old Salem Road. At the next light turn right on Academy Street, which brings you into the Salem Square. The Single Sisters House is the second building on the left after you pass Main Hall; the Saal is located on the second floor. Gramley Library is the second building on the right after you pass the Salem Square; the Library Assembly Room is located on the third floor and there is elevator access.

Directions to the Elberson Fine Arts Center Parking Lot: Hanes Auditorium, Shirley Recital Hall and the Drama Workshop are located inside of the Elberson Fine Arts Center. From West of Winston-Salem Take I-40 East to Winston-Salem. When I-40 splits, take Business 40. From Business 40, take the Salem College/Old Salem exit. When the ramp forks, take the right fork to the yield sign at the end of the ramp. Turn left. Go to the first intersection and turn left onto Cemetery Street. Follow Cemetery Street until it dead-ends at Salem Avenue. Turn right onto Salem Avenue. At the first traffic light, turn right into the Elberson Fine Arts Center entrance. There is a large parking lot at the bottom of the hill.

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