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Salem College

Cultural Events
S�rin� 2011
Enrichin� Community
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Salem Colle�e has been educating women for more than 238
JANUARY 10 Lori Ostlund: Stories We Need,
20 Who Loves Short-Shorts? We Love page 9
years. Today we offer undergraduate majors and minors for young women; graduate Short-Shorts! page 8 10-13 Salem College Pierrettes Present
programs in education for both men and women; and a range of degree, certificate and 21-24 Alban Elvêd Dance Company The Drowsy Chaperone, page 4
non-degree programs for men and women ages 23 and up through the Fleer Center for Residence/Performances: Facettes of 12 WSPTA Multi-Piano Recital,
the I, page 4 page 4
Adult Education. We are proud to present a wide variety of events each year including
30 W-S/FCS Student Art Exhibit, 30 Writer Marianne Gingher, page 9
performing arts programs, music recitals and art exhibits by distinguished artists as well page 10 APRIL
as by our faculty and students. FEBRUARY 1 Opening Reception: Food and
3 Black History Month Worship Form/Art and Our Daily Repast,
During the 2010 – 2011 year, Salem College will explore the overall theme of Service, page 6 page 10
“Enriching Community.” We invite you to join with us to explore how to define, 4 ScottCares Foundation Step 1 Lister-Sink and Friends Play Liszt
enrich, improve and embrace our community through the fine arts; scholarship and Program, page 6 and Friends, page 4
discussion; the written and the spoken word; and performances of all kinds, from 10 Drs. Jade and Keoni Teta: The New 3 Alexis Gideon: Multimedia Video
music to dance. ME Diet, page 7 Opera, page 10
15 Women Editors, Women Writers: 7 Dr. Matt Ezzell: Men’s Role in
Admission to these events is free unless otherwise specified. Please visit Tinti and Randolph, page 8 Ending Violence against Women,
16 Publishing Panel: The Future of page 7 for additional information or for directions to campus Fiction, page 8 8 Organist David Higgs in
facilities. Programs are subject to change. 17-19 The Vagina Monologues, page 6 Collaborative Conversation with
18 Joint Opening Reception: Lister-Sink, page 5
For general inquiries or special assistance: Contact the sponsoring organization; the Photography by Scott Sanders, 10 Mathias Concert, page 5
Communications and Public Relations office at 336/917-5313; or the main Salem page 10 16 International Show, page 7
switchboard at 336/721-2600. 18 Joint Opening Reception: Between 19 A Poetry Reading with Kimberly
Time & Space Invitational Becker, page 9
To be placed on the cultural events mailing list (both regular mail and e-mail notifications): Exhibition, page 10 29 Franz Liszt is 200! Students of
e-mail or call 336/721-2739. 23 Alice Lovelace, Organizer/ Barbara Lister-Sink Play Liszt,
Performance Poet/Teacher, page 3 page 5
For quick access to information on cultural events, directions, etc.: Visit the website at 25 Black History Month Finale/ MAY Connecting through the Struggle: 3 Celebrating Salem Writers, page 9
Women United, page 6 6 Senior Thesis Art/Interior Design
Cover art: Mucian Franz Listz; small cover art: Alban Elvêd Dance Company and Barbara MARCH Exhibit, page 10
4 Emily Yap Chua, Pianist, page 4 10 Salem College Dance Company
Lister-Sink ;and inside cover art: Shelly Hehenberger. 5 Piedmont Chamber Singers: For the Spring Concert, page 5
Beauty of the Earth, page 4 14 WSPTA Moxley Competition
8 Susan Packard: Women’s Leadership Recital, page 5
in the Cable TV Industry, page 7
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“Armed with Art”

Wednesday, February 23 at 7:00 p.m.

Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
Alice Lovelace has been involved in the arts as an artist, teacher, activist, sponsor and
funder for 30-plus years. In the late 1970s, she worked with Toni Cade Bambara to
organize the Southern Collective of African American Writers (SCAWW) and was a
coordinator for the historic 1980 Conference on Black South Literature and Art at Emory
University. She is currently co-editor of the online publication In Motion Magazine. She
has served as contributing editor for High Performance Magazine and she is a contributor
to the online publication Community Arts Network. She has served on the board of
N.A.A.O. ( National Association of Artists Organization) representing the Southeast
region, and as a panelist, program reviewer and policy evaluator for the National
Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Expansion Arts Program and the Inter Arts Program. Free.
Sponsored by the Committee on Cultural Events.
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Performing Art

Alban Elvêd Dance Company: Guest Artist Recital: Salem College Pierrettes Present
Facettes Of The I Pianist Emily Yap Chua The Drowsy Chaperone
An evening of dance, film and visual art Friday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 10 –
Friday, January 21 through Monday, Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center Sunday, March 13 at 8:00 p.m.
January 24 at 7:00 p.m. Sandresky Artist Faculty Concert Series Drama Workshop, Salem Fine Arts Center
Drama Workshop, Salem Fine Arts Center This recital features a range of music by female The story begins when an obsessive musical WSPTA Multi-Piano Recital
Salem College presents the Alban Elvêd Dance composers from 1920 - 2010. Works are theatre fan plays his favorite musical theatre Saturday, March 12 at 3:00 p.m.
Company with an evening of new dance drawn from composers of various ethnic and record, a show from the late 1920s called Hanes Auditorium, Salem Fine Arts Center
works. This performance marks the beginning cultural backgrounds. Free. Sponsored by the The Drowsy Chaperone. The musical then The Winston-Salem Piano Teachers’
of a three-year residency at Salem College Salem College School of Music. comes to life right in his own living room. Association presents a biennial multi-piano
that the interdisciplinary contemporary He proceeds to guide us through this story, recital featuring 90 students, 8 musical levels
dance company will complete in May 2013. Piedmont Chamber Singers: commenting on it and the characters and even and 6 pianos. Winners of the George and
Led by artistic director and choreographer occasionally finding himself involved in the Ruby Moxley Memorial Competition will
For the Beauty of the Earth action. Music and Lyrics by Lisa Lambert and perform.
Karola Luttringhaus, Alban Elvêd splits its Saturday, March 5 at 7:30 p.m.
time between Berlin, Germany and North Greg Morrison; book by Bob Martin and Don Admission at the door: $5 general admission.
Hanes Auditorium, Salem Fine Arts Center McKellar.
Carolina. Embrace the arrival of spring with the The Salem community is admitted free with
Admission by ticket only: Opening Night Piedmont Chamber Singers – now celebrating Admission by ticket only: $10 for general Salem ID.
Gala - $25 general admission for performance their 33rd season – as we revel in life, love and admission, $8 for Salem faculty, staff and
and reception. Saturday through Monday nature. A bouquet of amorous Renaissance students. Tickets will be available at the door Lister-Sink And Friends
performances: $12 for general admission, all madrigals, passionate songs about flowers and and reservations may be made beginning
February 15th by emailing culturalevents@ Perform Liszt and Friends
performances are free for Salem faculty, staff and the night, folk songs both sentimental and Friday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m.
students. Reservations can be made beginning lighthearted, and works by contemporary or calling 336/917-5493.
Reservations are not required. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
January 5 by emailing composers that honor Mother Earth make Sandresky Artist Faculty Concert Series
or by calling 336/917-5493. Visit for a program that is bound to awaken your Background image: Salem College Pierrettes. In celebration of the 200th birthyear of Franz for information on senses! The artistic director is Dr. Wendy Liszt, Barbara Lister-Sink, artist-in-residence,
ALBAN ELVÉD DANCE COMPANY. Looker. Admission ahead of time: $16 adults, will perform solo piano and chamber music
$14 senior, $8 college students or at the works by Liszt, Schumann Chopin and
Sponsored by the Committee on Cultural Events
door $18/$16/$10; students K-12 are free, Brahms. She will be joined by Cristy Lynn
and the Salem College Dance Company.
accompanying adult is half-price. Free with Brown, mezzo-soprano, Maureen Michels,
current Salem ID. For information, contact viola; and Evan Richey, cello. Free admission. or call
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Renowned Organist David Higgs Mathias Concert Salem College Spring

In Collaborative Conversation Saturday, April 10 at 3:00 p.m. Dance Company Concert
Hanes Auditorium, Salem Fine Arts Center Tuesday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m.
with Barbara Lister-Sink The Salem College Choirs will present the
Friday, April 8 at 2:00 p.m. Drama Workshop, Salem Fine Arts Center
sixth annual Mathias Concert, featuring The Salem College Dance Company spring
Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
Internationally renowned organist/pedagogue
Moravian choral music. Directed by Dr. Sonja concert will feature student choreography and WSPTA Moxley
David Higgs, chairman of the organ a piece set by guest artist Karola Luttringhaus. Competition Recital
department at the Eastman School of Music, Free. Sponsored by the Salem College Dance Saturday, May 14, at 7:00 p.m.
joins Barbara Lister-Sink in a collaborative Franz Liszt Turns 200! Company. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
conversation on keyboard technique. Piano Studio of Background image: Salem College Dance The Winston-Salem Piano Teachers’
Admission free. Sponsored by the Salem College Company. Association presents a piano recital by the
Barbara Lister-Sink Plays Liszt winners of the 2011 George and Ruby Moxley
School of Music. Friday, April 29 at 8:00 p.m.
Memorial Competition. The 12 pianists
Higgs Photo: Stephen Kennedy. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
represent three winners from each of four
Piano students will join their teacher Barbara
divisions of the competition, which has been
Lister-Sink in performing piano music of the
held for more than 30 years. Free.
great Franz Liszt in a year-long celebration
of his 200th birthyear. Music will include
Hungarian rhapsodies, etudes, selections from
Années de Pèlerinages and Liszt’s late works. A
brief lecture/slide presentation will precede the
recital. This is a special part of Salem’s annual
Reunion Weekend. Free.

Chua Higgs Lister-Sink Brown Sepulveda

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Performance and Worship

Black History Month The Vagina Monologues Black History Month Finale: International Show
Worship Service Thursday, February 17 – Connecting Through The Saturday, April 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, February 3 at 4:15 p.m. Saturday February 19 at 7:30 p.m. Hanes Auditorium, Salem Fine Arts Center
Drama Workshop, Salem Fine Arts Center Struggle – Women United The Salem College International Club features
Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center Friday, February 25 at 7:30 p.m.
This interfaith worship service will celebrate To raise awareness and funds to end violence a cultural extravaganza of performances
against women, V-Day Salem College 2011 Hanes Auditorium, Salem Fine Arts Center in dance, song and skits representing 25
black heritage through readings, prayers and The Black History Month Finale Show is
music. Various forms of spirituality and faith in presents student-led benefit performances. countries including Nepal, China, Mexico,
Originally written and performed by award- the culmination of several programs held India, Ethiopia, Jamaica, Ghana, the
the black tradition will be highlighted. Free. throughout the year. Families and the
Sponsored by the Chaplain’s Office and BADU winning playwright Eve Ensler, The Vagina Philippines, Kenya and Japan.
Monologues is based on interviews with women community are welcome to celebrate Black
(Black Americans Demonstrating Unity). history through historical presentations, Admission by ticket only: $8 for general
of different ages, nationalities, ethnicities and admission, $5 for students and $3 for children
circumstances. Visit for more dance, song, skit, spoken word and much
Fourth Annual ScottCares more. A Southern-style dinner immediately under 10. Reservations can be made beginning
information. March 26 by e-mailing saleminternationalclub@
Foundation Step Program follows. Come celebrate with us!
Admission by ticket only: $10 for general or by calling 336/917-5493.
Friday, February 4 at 7:30 p.m. admission, $8 for students. Reservations begin Tickets are $5 in advance or $7 at the door for
Hanes Auditorium, Salem Fine Arts Center February 5 by calling: 336/917-5493. Proceeds adults and $3 for children ages 4-10; children 3
The Salem College step team joins other step donated to Family Services and the International and under are free.
groups from surrounding N.C. universities for a V-day Campaign. Sponsored by Salem College BADU (Black
night of high energy, poppin’ beats and tons of Americans Demonstrating Unity).
fun. Stepping is choreographed music produced
from people’s 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. Student tickets - $5
with student ID card, General Adult Tickets - $10
advance sale, $15 at the door, Children 6-14 - $5,
Children 6 and under, free.
Sponsored by the ScottCares Foundation and
Salem College Ghost Ryders.

Salem College Ghost Ryders International Show

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SUSAN PACKARD: Shared Knowledge and Discussion

Jade and Keoni Teta: Matt Ezzell – Men’s Role In
The Metabolic Effect & Ending Violence Against Women

The New Me Diet Thursday, April 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Thursday, February 10 at 7:00 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center In conjunction with Sexual Assualt Awareness
Drs. Jade and Keoni Teta are naturopathic Month, Dr. Matt Ezzell will speak at Salem
physicians and graduates of Bastyr University about men’s role in ending violence against
in Seattle. These brothers are in private women. He is an assistant professor of
practice in Winston-Salem, specializing in sociology at James Madison University. After
lifestyle medicine with specific emphasis on receiving a BA in Women’s Studies from
therapeutic and functional nutrition. They are UNC-Chapel Hill, he joined the rape crisis
Tuesday, March 8, Noon – 1:00 p.m. also the founders of Metabolic Effect (ME), movement as a full-time educator and crisis
Shirley Recital Hall an exercise and lifestyle company that uses advocate. Ezzell later entered graduate school
Salem Fine Arts Center exercise as medicine. The Tetas have been and focused his studies on the sociology of
Susan Packard was co-founder of CNBC working for a combined 30 years in the health race, class, and gender inequality, non-violent
and Scripps Networks Interactive (SNI) and fitness field and hold certifications from resistance, and feminist theory, finishing
Inc., parent of HGTV, Food Network, the American College of Sports Medicine his PhD in 2009. He is a board member of
Travel Channel and other cable networks. and the National Strength and Conditioning the international feminist anti-pornography
While she was Chief Operating Officer Association. In 2010 they published The New movement, Stop Porn Culture, and he travels
of HGTV, it became one of the fastest ME Diet which was recognized as a Top 10 widely speaking and organizing against
growing cable networks in television Notable Diet Book by Time Magazine. Free. inequality. Sponsored by the Committee on
history, now reaching over 99 million Cultural Events.
subscribers. Packard helped to build SNI After the lecture there will be a reception and
to a company with a market capitalization book signing.
of $7 billion dollars. In 2008 she was Sponsored by the Committee on Cultural Events.
inducted into the Cable Center Hall of
Fame. In 2010 she was admitted to The
Committee of 200, a select group of global
women executives dedicated to inspiring
and supporting future women leaders in
business. Free.
Sponsored by the Committee on Cultural
Events and the Center for Women in
Business & Economics.

Jade and Keoni Teta

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Written and Spoken Word

Who Loves Short-Shorts? Writing and Publishing Events 1) Women Editors, Women 2) Publishing Panel:
We Love Short-Shorts! Co-Sponsored By Salem College Writers: A Reading with Hannah The Future of Fiction
Thursday, January 20 at 7:00 p.m. and Wake Forest University Tinti and Ladette Randolph Wednesday, February 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center These two events feature writing/publishing Tuesday, February 15 at 7:00 p.m. Annenberg Auditorium in Carswell Hall,
Salem College Faculty and Friends read short- professionals Hannah Tinti (novelist); Ladette Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center Wake Forest University
short stories. Features January Term writer-in- Randolph (editor/short stories); Christopher Tinti is author of the bestselling novel, The Join us for a conversation about the
residence Sherrie Flick; Salem College faculty Schelling (editor and literary agent); and Good Thief, a New York Times Notable Book publishing world today with Ladette
members Joe Mills, Aimee Mepham and Chuck Adams (editor). Their full-length bios and winner of the Quality Paperback Book Randolph, Hannah Tinti, Christopher
Amy Knox Brown; and special guests Pamela may be found on Club’s New Voices Award. She is editor-in- Schelling and Chuck Adams, moderated by
Painter of Emerson College and John McNally cultural events. Sponsored by the Salem College chief of One Story. Randolph is author of WFU associate professor John McNally.
of Wake Forest University. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Program. the story collection This is Not the Tropics
Center for Women Writers. and the novel A Sandhills Ballad. She is the
distinguished editor in residence at Emerson
College in Boston, where she serves as the
editor of the acclaimed literary journal

Flick Mills Mepham Brown McNally Randolph

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Stories We Need: Writer Marianne Gingher The Call Of Bone To Sinew: Spotlight on Salem:
An Evening with Lori Ostlund Wednesday, March 30 at 7:00 p.m. A Poetry Reading with Celebrating Salem Writers
Thursday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center Tuesday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m.
Marianne Gingher is a Salem College alumna Kimberly Becker
Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center Tuesday April 19 at 7:00 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
Lori Ostlund’s first collection of stories, The and author of both fiction and non-fiction. Her This event showcases the creative talent of
work has appeared in many periodicals and The Saal, Single Sisters House
Bigness of the World, received the Flannery Celebrate National Poetry month with N.C. Salem’s students. Join us for a lively evening
O’Connor Award for Short Fiction, the journals. Her novel, Bobby Rex’s Greatest Hit, of readings of original poetry and prose and
was made into an NBC “Movie-of-the-Week” native Kimberly Becker, who will read from
California Book Award for First Fiction and her just-released collection, Words Facing the unveiling of Incunabula, Salem College’s
the Edmund White Debut Fiction Award, in 1992. Both Bobby Rex and Teen Angel, her literary and artistic magazine. Free. Sponsored
short-story collection, were recipients of ALA East, which draws on her Cherokee ancestry.
and was named a Notable Book by The Her poems appear widely in journals and by the Salem College Center for Women Writers.
Story Prize. Stories from the collection have Notable and Best Book awards. Her memoir,
A Girl’s Life, received a Foreword Magazine anthologies. The Arts and Humanities
appeared in Best American Short Stories, The Council of Montgomery County, Md. funded
PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories (forthcoming), The “Book of the Year” citation in 2001. Gingher
has taught at Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, her study of Cherokee language, history and
Kenyon Review and The Georgia Review, among culture in Cherokee, NC. She has also been
other publications. She was the recipient of a Bennington, the Sewanee Writers’ Conference,
Hollins University and UNC-Chapel Hill, awarded a residency to Hambidge. Current
2009 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Award projects include adapting Cherokee myths
and is currently the Kenan Visiting Writer where she directed the creative writing program
from 1997-2002. In 2008 she wrote Adventures into plays for the Cherokee Youth in Radio
at UNC-Chapel Hill. Sponsored by the Salem Project. Sponsored by the Salem College Center
College Center for Women Writers. in Pen Land: One Writer’s Journey from Inklings
to Ink, a memoir of how her career as a creative for Women Writers.
writer began. In 2009 she put together Long
Story Short, a compilation of 65 stories by North
Carolina writers. Free.
After the reading there will be a reception and
book signing.

Schelling Adams Ostlund Becker Gingher

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Visual Arts

W-S/FCS Elementary Student Between Time and Space: Food and Form: Alexis Gideon:
Art Exhibit An Invitational Exhibition Art and Our Daily Repast Video Musics II/ Sun Wu Kona
Reception/Awards Ceremony: Opening Reception: Opening Reception: Wednesday, April 6 at 7:00pm
Sunday, January 30, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Friday, February 18, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m Friday, April 1, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. Shirley Recital Hall, Salem Fine Arts Center
North Corridor Gallery Location Mary Davis Holt Gallery A one-hour multimedia video opera based
Salem Fine Arts Center Salem Fine Arts Center Salem Fine Arts Center on the 16th-century Chinese novel The
This annual exhibit features selected works Featuring works from three artists that address Food and Form spans contemplation of Journey to the West, Video Musics II joins the
by students in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth the often chaotic differences between the nature’s tempting designs for human ingestion brightest lights of contemporary animation
County School system. The exhibit will be minds we exist in and the world outside. to the corporate deviation from those original from the makers of Arthur and Coraline to
open Jan. 13-31, 2011. Free. The works chosen for the exhibit seek to compositions to fatten profits. To ward off Hush and Black Violet to create an aural and
alter the viewer’s existing frame of reference a national obesity epidemic, food activists visual universe that gleefully transcends both
Resemblance and Tranquility: and provide an opportunity for a different wish to provoke a debate concerning basic media. Is it film or music, high art or pop?
presence of mind, encouraging the viewer nutrition, fitness and health. Using social Alexis Gideon has toured nationally with Dan
Photographs By Scott Sanders to spend more time in thought, carefully commentary, allegory and symbolism, Deacon and Shelley Short as well as played
Opening Reception: considering their actions and the resulting artists express their individual concerns and with Barr, Marnie Stern, Panther, Tune Yards
February 18, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. consequences. Scott Hazard will present a appreciation for our daily repast. The exhibit Parts and Labor, Zs, People, Matt and Kim
North Corridor Gallery series of photo constructs; Shelly Hehenberger will be open April 1-May 1, 2011. Free. and many, many others. Free. Sponsored by the
Salem Fine Arts Center will exhibit found object sculptures and paper Sponsored by the Art Department. Committee on Cultural Events.
Scott Sanders demonstrates a passion for and wax collages; and Karen Niemczyk will
capturing “stream of consciousness” visuals Background Image: Alexis Gideon.
exhibit interactive light sculptures. Exhibit
that typically are never fully processed in will be up February 11 - March 18, 2011.
our minds. It is a subconscious “fleeting Free. Sponsored by the Art Department. The Salem Senior
glimpse” that he seeks to convey; prompting Thesis Exhibition
a vague sense of “recall” in the viewer’s mind. Reception and Senior Presentations: Friday,
Never being able to rationalize this sense of May 6, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
recollection, his images elicit a warm feeling Mary Davis Holt and North Corridor Art
of familiarity requiring no explanation. The Galleries, Salem Fine Arts Center
exhibit will be up from February 11 – March Salem’s interior design and studio art senior
18, 2011. Sponsored by the Art Department. students exhibit their senior thesis projects.
The exhibit will be up through May 21. Free.
General Information: Cultural Events at Salem College
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
Free and Open to the Public College/Winston-Salem State/Stadium Drive exit off of 52 South. At the end of the
Admission to cultural events is free and open to the public unless otherwise specified in ramp, turn right onto Stadium Drive. When you reach the traffic light at the top of the
the description. hill, go straight into the Salem Fine Arts Center entrance. There is a large parking lot at
the bottom of the hill.
Special Needs
The main level of the Salem Fine Arts Center, including restrooms, is accessible by Directions to the Saal in Single Sisters House and the Library Assembly Room in
wheelchair. Wheelchair seating is available in both Shirley Recital Hall and Hanes Gramley Library
Auditorium, located inside of the Salem Fine Arts Center.
From I-40 West
Late Seating After passing the airport exit, take Exit 206 for Interstate 40 Business to Kernersville/
Late seating opportunities will vary according to the program. Once a program has Downtown Winston-Salem. When approaching Winston-Salem, go past Highway
begun, late seating opportunities are limited and may be delayed until an appropri- 52 and take the next exit at Main Street. Turn right on Main Street. Go one block
ate time. Be sure to plan your arrival time to allow for traffic and parking. For your and turn left at First Street. Go one block and turn left at Liberty Street. At the third
convenience, we recommend that you arrive at least 20 minutes before the announced stoplight, turn left onto Academy Street, which brings you into the Salem Square. The
start-time. 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
General Admission Seating after you pass the Salem Square; the Library Assembly Room is located on the third
All of the auditoriums at Salem College are open seating which means there will be no floor and there is elevator access.
seats that are specifically reserved except in special circumstances.
From I-40 East
Electronic Courtesy Take I-40 West to Winston-Salem. When I-40 splits, take Business 40. From Busi-
Please remember to turn off all pagers, cell phones, electronic watch alarms, or other ness Take Interstate 40 Business to Winston-Salem (not I-40 Bypass). Exit at Old
beeping/ringing devices before entering the auditorium. Recording devices of any type Salem/Salem College/Downtown exit. At the third stoplight, turn left on Academy
are not permitted in Salem College performance venues. 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.
Gentle Reminder Gramley Library is the second building on the right after you pass the Salem Square;
Tobacco, food and beverages are strictly prohibited inside of Salem College perfor- the Library Assembly Room is located on the third floor and there is elevator access.
mance venues.

Directions to Salem Facilities

From Highway 52
Exit at Stadium Drive/Old Salem/Salem College Exit. Go west on Stadium Drive.
Go to first stoplight (entrance to Salem Academy and Fine Arts Center). Turn left on
Directions to the Salem College Fine Arts Center Parking Lot: Hanes Auditorium, Salem Avenue. Enter the traffic circle and take the first right on Old Salem Road. At
Shirley Recital Hall and the Drama Workshop are located inside of the Salem Fine the next light turn right on Academy Street, which brings you into the Salem Square.
Arts Center. 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
From West of Winston-Salem right after you pass the Salem Square; the Library Assembly Room is located on the
Take I-40 East to Winston-Salem. When I-40 splits, take Business 40. From Business third floor and there is elevator access.
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 Salem Fine
Arts Center entrance. There is a large parking lot at the bottom of the hill.
The Salem Campus

1 Shober House
2 Salem Square
3 Inspector’s House 32 Blixt Fields
4 Home Moravian Church
5a Main Hall
5b Public Safety
6 South Residence Hall 31
7 History Wing
8 Penn Alumnae House
9 Single Sisters House 30
10 Clewell Residence Hall
11 Lehman Hall
12 Gramley Library 16
13 Babcock Residence Hall 21
14 Bahnson House Residence Hall 22b
24 22a
27 17
15 Gramley Residence Hall 20
16 Tennis Courts
17 Physical Plant Building 26 23
18 Strong Residence Hall 19
19 Bitting Residence Hall 25 13 15
5b 8
20 Corrin Refectory 7 10
21 Athletic Facilities 14
4 5a 9 11
22a Fitness Center/Salem Commons 6
22b Bryant Hall ts 12
33 Fogle Fla 1
23 Rondthaler Science Building 3
2 29
24 May Dell
25 Rondthaler-Gramley House
26 Hanes House
27 Salem Fine Arts Center
28 Salem Academy
29 Boner House
30 Field 5
31 Field 4
32 Blixt Fields
33 Fogle Flats