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Salem College Cultural Events

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Spring 2013

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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 spring of 2013, 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, reservations or special assistance: contact the sponsoring organization, Cultural Events at 336/917-5493, 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.
On the cover: Laurie Anderson photo by Lucie Jansch.

Salem College Cultural Events


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JANUARY 26 High School Organ Festival and Competition: Salem College Faculty and Students Recital, Page 6 FEBRUARY TBA Novelist and Arts Writer Jessica Lott, Page 4 4-Mar. 15 BLACK.WHITE.REaD: Journey through the Maze, Page 7 7 Black History Month Interfaith Worship Service, Page 8 7-9 The Vagina Monologues, Page 8 15 Scott Cares Foundation Step Show, Page 8 19 Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Page 8 23 Salem Choirs National ACDA Preview Concert, Page 6 26 Reading and Discussion with Daniel Prosterman, Page 4 28 Black History Month Panel, Page 8 MARCH 1 11 12 14 Black History Month Finale Show, Page 8 Author Jesmyn Ward, Page 5 Novelist Mary Stewart Atwell, Page 5 Authors Harriet Tomlinson Hill C61 and Hyoanh Buonya, Page 5 14-17 16-17 APRIL 1-28 4 11 19 21 24 26 MAY 2

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Salem College Pierrettes Present SHOUT! The Mod Musical, Page 6 Steel Magnolias, Page 6 Art Exhibit ~ Collected Stories: Books and More by Laurie Anderson, Page 3 Laurie Anderson: DIRTDAY!, Page 3 Celebrating National Poetry Month with Shadowboxers Anonymous, Page 5 Salem Choirs Spring Concert, Page 6 Salem Choirs Mathias Concert, Page 7 Spotlight on Salem: Celebrating Salem Writers, Page 5 Barbara Lister-Sink Piano Studio Annual Recital, Page 7 BOOKMARKS and the Salem College Center for Women Writers Present Isabel Allende, Page 4 Salem Academy Theatre Presents Macbeth, Page 7 Senior Thesis Exhibit, Page 7 Salem College Dance Company Faculty/Student Spring Performance, Page 7

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The June Porter Johnson Series or the Visual and Perormin Arts

Laurie Anderson

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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 showcased the work of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company in fall 2012, and is privileged to present performance artist Laurie Anderson this spring.
Laurie Anderson is one of Americas most renowned and daring creative pioneers. She is best known for her multimedia presentations and innovative use of technology. As a writer, director, visual artist and vocalist she has created groundbreaking works that span the worlds of art, theater and experimental music. Her recording career, launched by O Superman in 1981, includes the sound track to her feature film Home of the Brave and Life on a String. Andersons live shows range from simple spoken word to elaborate multi-media stage performances such as Songs and Stories for Moby Dick.

Laurie Anderson: DIRTDAY!

Thursday, April 4, at 7:30 p.m.| Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center Reception follows performance. Laurie Anderson looks at politics, theories of evolution, families, history and animals in this riotous and soulful collection of songs and stories. Set against a detailed and lush sonic landscape, the stories and music create a unique picture of a hallucinatory world made of dreams and reality. Dirtday! is the third and last in her series of groundbreaking solo story works, which includes Happiness and The End of the Moon. General admission seating. Reservations not required.

Art Exhibit ~ Collected Stories: Books by Laurie Anderson


LAURIE ANDERSON PHOTO BY LUCIE JANSCH

April 1 April 28 | The Galleries at the Elberson Fine Arts Center Gallery hours: 8:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Monday Friday, 1:00 5:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Salem College will host a focused exhibition, Collected Stories: Books by Laurie Anderson, which traces the artists long-standing interest in storytelling, drawing and technology. On view will be a selection of books produced over the last 40 years. The exhibition will include early works, such as the comic book Baloney and Moccasins and Transportation Transportation (1970), as well as work from the 1980s and 1990s. Also featured will be recent works, including The Language of the Future (Jezyc Przyszlosci), Delusion and Pillow Book, all produced in 2012. The exhibition includes rare books and publications that highlight diverse aspects of the artists career. Her books are at times interwoven with her performances. Words with the Word The in Front of Them comprises in graphic form the text from her performance Dirtday! These events are made possible by a generous gift from June Porter Johnson.

Engage, Educate, Inspire through the Written and Spoken Word


Defining Democracy: Electoral Reform and the Struggle for Power in New York City A Reading and Discussion with Daniel Prosterman
Tuesday, February 26, at 7:30 p.m. Club Dining Room, Corrin Refectory Defining Democracy, written by Salem College professor Daniel Prosterman, examines struggles over electoral reform in New York City to clarify our understanding of democracys evolution in the United States and the world. In the midst of global crises concerning the purpose and power of government during the Great Depression, Second World War and early Cold War, New Yorkers debated the meaning of self-rule in the United States. Through a series of campaigns over the expansion of voting rights in New York City, activists challenged the boundaries of who could be elected, what interests could be represented and ultimately, what policies could be implemented at the local level. Prosterman is assistant professor of history and director of the Salem Signature General Education Program at Salem College. Sponsored by the Office of Cultural Events, with support from BOOKMARKS.

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Novelist and Arts Writer Jessica Lott

Visit www.salem.edu/events for date and time The Saal, Single Sisters House Jessica Lott is a New York Citybased fiction and arts writer. Her first novel, The Rest of Us, is forthcoming from Simon & Schuster in 2013. Her novella Osin won the 2006 Novella Award from Low Fidelity Press, judged by Aimee Bender. In addition to Osin, she has published short fiction, essays and art reviews in various journals in the U.S. and internationally, including frieze and NY Arts. Her art criticism won the 2009 Arts Writers Prize from the Frieze Foundation in London. She holds an MA in creative writing (fiction) from Boston University, where she won the Graduate Fiction Award for 2004, and an MA in English and American literature from Washington University in St. Louis. She writes a monthly column on art and its influences for Art21 and is a co-founder of the monthly live fiction series in Manhattan, Liars League NYC, which features professional actors performing new, original short fiction each month. Sponsored by the Center for Women Writers.

Bookmarks Presents a Conversation with

Isabel Allende

With support from the Salem College Center for Women Writers Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center | Thursday, May 2, at 7:00 p.m.

Born in Peru and raised in Chile, Isabel Allende is the author of many bestselling novels including: The House of the Spirits, Eva Luna, Zorro and Daughter of Fortune. She has also written a collection of stories, three memoirs and a trilogy of young adult novels. Her books have been translated into more than 27 languages and have become bestsellers across four continents. In 2004, she was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and in 2010, she was awarded the National Prize for Literature, Chile's most prestigious literary award. Allende will be on tour for the hardcover release of Maya's Notebook, which will be published in English on April 23. This will be Allende's only appearance in North Carolina. Allendes books will be on sale before and after the event, and a book signing will follow her presentation. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and the program begins at 7:00 p.m. Questions for Isabel Allende may be submitted by emailing: info@bookmarksnc.org. Admission by ticket only. To purchase tickets beginning February 4, visit www.bookmarksnc. org or call Brown Paper Tickets 24/7 ticket hotline at 1-800-838-3006. Proceeds benefit BOOKMARKS, a Triad-based literary nonprofit organization. All sales are final. Recommended for a mature audience.

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Novelist Mary Stewart Atwell

Tuesday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Mary Stewart Atwell grew up in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia. Her short fiction has appeared in Epoch, Alaska Quarterly Review, Faultline and other journals, and in the anthologies Best New American Voices and Best American Mystery Stories. Her novel, Wild Girls, was published by Simon & Schuster in October 2012. Sponsored by the Center for Women Writers.

Celebrating National Poetry Month with Shadowboxers Anonymous

Thursday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Reception follows event. Poets Laura Yes Yes and Kim Johnson have been finalists at National and World Poetry Slam competitions, in addition to being nominated for a National Book Award. Yes Yes is a Cave Canem fellow, associate editor of Muzzle magazine, co-founder of Womens Slam Collective and founder/cocurator of Real Talk Live, a Chicago variety show. Johnson finished in the top 10 at the Individual World Poetry Slam and co-coached the 2009 San Francisco Slam team ranked third in the nation. Sponsored by the Center for Women Writers and the Office of Cultural Events. Recommended for a mature audience.

Jesmyn Ward

Escaping Viet Nam Hyoanhs Story: A Memoir of Determination, Defiance and Deliverance by Harriet Tomlinson Hill C'61 and Hyoanh Buonya

Monday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m. | Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Reception follows talk. In Salvage the Bones, Jesmyn Ward gives us the Batiste family: Esch, a pregnant 14-year-old, her teenage brothers and their alcoholic father, who are watching Hurricane Katrina brew over the Gulf. Drawing on her own experiences as a survivor of Katrina, Ward offers a troubling but ultimately empowering tale of familial bonds in the face of overwhelming circumstances.

Thursday, March 14, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Salem College alumnae Harriet Tomlinson Hill C61 and Hyoanh Ksor Buonya have co-written the compelling story of the life of Buonya, a Vietnamese refugee who faced persecution by the North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong.

Spotlight on Salem: Celebrating Salem Writers

Wednesday, April 24, at 7:00 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center This event showcases the creative talent of Salems students. Join us for a lively evening of readings of original poetry and prose and the unveiling of Incunabula, Salem Colleges literary and artistic magazine. Sponsored by the Center for Women Writers.

Salvage the Bones won the 2011 National Book Award for Fiction and the American Library Associations Alex Award. Ward has been called fearless and toughly lyrical (The Library Journal). Her unflinching portrayals of young black men and women struggling to thrive in a South ravaged by poverty and natural disaster have been praised for their graphic clarity (The Boston Globe) and hugeness of heart (O: The Oprah Magazine). Wards precise and graceful narratives make her a fitting heir to the rich literary tradition of the American South. Ward received her MFA in creative writing from the University of Michigan, where she won five Hopwood Awards for her fiction, essays and drama. She held a Stegner Fellowship at Stanford University from 2008-2010, and served as the Grisham Writer in Residence at the University of Mississippi during the following year. Ward currently teaches creative writing at the University of Southern Alabama in Mobile. Sponsored by the Office of Cultural Events. Recommended for a mature audience.

Engage, Educate, Inspire through Performance and Visual Art


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Saturday, March 16, at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 17, at 4:00 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Steel Magnolias is a comedic and dramatic play in the American literary tradition by Robert Harling. The play is alternately hilarious and touchingportraying the six main female characters as delicate as magnolias, yet as tough as steel. They are confronted by different challenges throughout their lives, including love, death and survival. The women create a friendship that helps them overcome these challenges. The play was recently remade into a movie for Lifetime Television. Tickets: $10 general admission, $8 faculty, staff and students with valid Salem College ID. For additional information, email phylicia.boles@ salem.edu.

Salem College Pierrettes Present SHOUT! The Mod Musical High School Organ Festival and Competition: Salem College Faculty and Students Recital
Thursday Sunday, March 14, 15, 16 and 17, at 8:00 p.m. Drama Workshop, Elberson Fine Arts Center

Saturday, January 26, at 7:30 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Along with some of their students, Salem College organ professor Timothy Olsen and piano professor Barbara Lister-Sink will perform a recital in conjunction with the Second Annual UNCSA/Salem College/WinstonSalem Chapter of the American Guild of Organists High School Organ Festival and Competition. They will perform works for piano, organ and piano/organ duet.

Salem Choirs National ACDA Preview Concert

Saturday, February 23, at 7:30 p.m. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center The Choirs of Salem College will join with the Palmetto Voices to sing at the National American Choral Directors Association Conference in Dallas, Texas, on March 14 at the Cathedral of Guadalupe. This is one of the greatest American honors afforded to choral groups. The Palmetto Voices (alumni of Dr. Sepulveda's choirs), including the Salem choral ensembles, will be the featured choir for the Ecumenical Service in Dallas. This concert at Salem College, which features music of Africa, the Spiritual and Gospel, will be a preview of the Dallas concert.

These Boots are Made for Walking, Dont Sleep in the Subway, To Sir with Love, Son of a Preacher Man and Goldfinger. What do these titles have in common? They are iconic, hit pop songs of the 1960s. They are also just a few of the songs that make up this heart-on-sleeve, tongue-in-cheek reflection of the world of 1960s England, SHOUT! The Mod Musical. This swingin, shimmyin, psychedelic and superfab show follows the lives of five women who subscribe to Shout!, a womans magazine that guides and influences their lives. Relive the fab music, groovy dances and far out fashions of this extraordinary decade that saw the dawning of the independence of British and American women as they began to redefine themselves in the face of a rapidly changing culture. Created by Phillip George and David Lowenstein. Additional material by Peter Charles Morris. Tickets: $8 Salem community and all students, $10 general public. Email culturalevents@salem.edu to reserve tickets.

Salem Choirs Spring Concert

Friday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center The Salem Chamber Choir, Chorale and SuperTonix will bring you an eclectic program of music from the Medieval period to Coldplay. Other music that is guaranteed to lift your spirits includes songs from around the world, Spirituals, classics and special songs by Gwyneth Walker and Norman Dello Joio. Experience an event that will give you musical memories to last a lifetime. The choirs are conducted by Dr. Sonja Sepulveda and accompanied by Carmine Mann.

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Salem Choirs Mathias Concert

Sunday, April 21, at 3:30 p.m. Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center The Salem Choirs, in combination with the Moramus Chorale and featuring soloist Cristy Lynn Brown, will present a concert featuring the Te Deum by Haydn and the Magnificat by Ralph Vaughn Williams. This concert is dedicated to the memory of Mr. and Mrs. William Mathias. Come join the choirs, Salem and the Mathias family as we celebrate the lives of these two people and their love of music. The choirs will be conducted by Dr. Sonja Sepulveda and Jayson Snipes.

Salem Academy Theatre Presents Macbeth by William Shakespeare

Thursday Saturday, May 2, 3 and 4, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, May 5, at 2:00 p.m. Drama Workshop, Elberson Fine Arts Center This drama, which tells the murderous story of Scottish hero Macbeth, his wife and the Scottish King Duncan (along with a cast of characters that include three infamous witches), is one of the great tragedies by William Shakespeare. The themes illustrated in the play include ambition, fate, deception and treachery. (Summary courtesy of Globe Theatre website.) Free event.

BLACK.WHITE.REaD: Journey through the Maze Nothing's Black, Hardly White, Nearly ReAd

February 4 March 15 | Reception held Friday, February 8, from 6:00 8:00 p.m. Mary Davis Holt Gallery, Elberson Fine Arts Center Similar events are perceived differently by a societys citizens. Joy and horror are juxtaposed; beauty and ugliness co-exist. How does one process devastating news and continue to live? The constants of the sun and moon rising and setting give thought to the constants of the rise and fall of cultures, institutions and individuals. BLACK.WHITE.REaD: Journey through the Maze probes our increasingly complex society and, while there are no proffered answers, artists use various media to express the adventure of a road well-traveled and the over-stimulated selection of choices permeating our existence. This exhibition is curated by Cecilia Rossey. Some works in this exhibit may contain mature content. Pictured above: detail from Mary Ince, Square2

Barbara Lister-Sink Piano Studio Annual Recital

Friday, April 26, at 8:00 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center A reception follows performance. Please join us for an evening of heartwarming, exciting and uplifting piano music! Students from the piano studio of Barbara Lister-Sink will join her in offering a wide array of classical and contemporary piano music on the beautiful Shirley Recital Hall Steinway. Works by Brahms, Beethoven, Ravel, Robert Schumann, Alban Berg and Grieg, as well as Slavonic dances by Dvorak, will be featured.

Salem College Dance Company Faculty/Student Spring Performance

Thursday and Friday, May 9 10, at 7:30 p.m. Drama Workshop, Elberson Fine Arts Center Join Salem dance students and faculty as they celebrate their achievements in dance through performance. Tickets: $10 general admission, $5 for all students. Sponsored by the Salem College Dance Company.

Art Exhibit ~ Collected Stories: Books by Laurie Anderson


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Senior Thesis Exhibit

May 3 May 24 | Reception held Friday, May 3, from 6:00 8:00 p.m. Mary Davis Holt, North Corridor and June Porter Johnson Galleries, Elberson Fine Arts Center Salems interior design and studio art senior students exhibit their senior thesis projects. Some works in this exhibit may contain mature content.

Engage, Educate, Inspire through Shared Knowledge and Experience


Black History Month Interfaith Worship Service
Thursday, February 7, at 4:30 - 5:45 p.m. | Shirley Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center This interfaith worship service will celebrate black heritage through readings, prayers and music. Various forms of spirituality and faith in the black tradition will be highlighted. For more information, please contact Rev. Dr. Amy Rio-Anderson at amy.rio-anderson@salem.edu. Sponsored by the Chaplains Office and BADU (Black Americans Demonstrating Unity).

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Celebrating Black History Month and Women's History Month with

Beverly Guy-Sheftall

Tuesday, February 19, at 7:30 p.m. | Shirley Recital Hall, Elberson Fine Arts Center Reception follows the talk. We celebrate Black History Month and Women's History Month with scholar and pioneer in black feminism, Beverly GuySheftall, as she speaks on the state of gender and racial struggles in our society. Guy-Sheftall, Ph.D., is the founding director of the Womens Research and Resource Center and the Anna Julia Cooper Professor of Womens Studies at Spelman College. Guy-Sheftall has published a number of texts within African American and womens studies which include the first anthology on black womens literature. In 1983 she became founding editor of Sage: A Scholarly Journal on Black Women. Sponsored by the Office of Cultural Events.

The Vagina Monologues

Thursday Saturday, February 7 9, at 7:30 p.m. | Drama Workshop, Elberson Fine Arts Center To raise awareness and funds to end violence against women, V-Day Salem College 2013 presents student-led benefit performances. Originally written and performed by award-winning playwright Eve Ensler, The Vagina Monologues is based on interviews with women of different ages, nationalities, ethnicities and circumstances. Visit www.vday.org for more information. Admission by ticket only. Tickets: $10 for general admission, $8 for students. Reservations may be made by emailing culturalevents@salem.edu or calling 336/917-5493. Proceeds donated to Family Services and the International V-day Campaign. Recommended for a mature audience.

Black History Month Panel: Activism through the Arts

Thursday, February 28, at 4:30 - 5:45 p.m. | Shirley Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center The Black History Month Panel is a place to have an open discussion on issues of inclusivity related tobut not limited torace, class, gender and sexual orientation. Panelists include Salem students, faculty and members of the Winston-Salem community. An open question and answer session follows. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. For more information contact Krishauna Hines-Gaither at k.hines-gaither@salem.edu. Sponsored by BADU (Black Americans Demonstrating Unity).

Sixth Annual Scott Cares Foundation Step Show

Friday, February 15, at 7:30 p.m. | Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center The ScottCares Foundation invites local step teams along with college and university Greek letter organizations to participate in a high-energy step show. Stepping is choreographed music produced from peoples own instrument: their hands, chests, feet and legs. The decibel level during the event is high as the vibrations from the heavy steps shake the stage. Proceeds fund scholarships for deserving students. Admission by ticket only. Tickets: student tickets $5 with student ID, adult tickets $10 in advance and $15 at the door, children ages 6-14 $5, ages 5 and younger free. (No checks accepted on site. Credit cards will be accepted.) Visit www.scottcaresnc.org for details on programs in conjunction with the ScottCares Foundation and Step Show. Sponsored by the Salem College student group, The Ghost Ryders.

Black History Month Finale Show: Activism through the Arts


Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m. | Hanes Auditorium, Elberson Fine Arts Center The culmination of several programs held throughout the year, students work diligently to organize a first-class show. Celebrate Black history through historical presentations, dance, song, skits, spoken word and more. Refreshments follow. A portion of proceeds will go to a charitable organization. Contact Krishauna Hines-Gaither, at k.hines-gaither@salem.edu. Tickets: $5 in advance (adults), $7 at the door (adults), $3 children ages 4-10, free for children 3 and under. Sponsored by BADU (Black Americans Demonstrating Unity).

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 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 US 52 South. At the end of the ramp, turn right onto Stadium Drive (recently renamed Rams 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 US 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 US 52 Exit at Stadium Drive/Old Salem/Salem College Exit. Go west on Stadium Drive (recently renamed Rams 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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