Rebecca Boolba, a Studio Art major and Cultural Heritage & Preservation minor, worked over the summer of 2017 to collect photographs and narratives from former offenders and their family members. The resulting exhibition on life narratives and resilience, created in collaboration with Project Re-entry, Dr. Eranda Jayawickreme (WFU Psychology), Dr. Lisa Blee (WFU History), and WFU Psychology major Eli Rice, will open for public view on October 26 at 5:30 in Self Reliance Hall in the Goodwill Industries building (2701 University Parkway). Stay tuned for more details!
On Thursday, March 24, Paula Findlen, Professor of Italian History at Stanford University, will deliver a public lecture at Reynolda House at 5:30pm. The title of the lecture is: “The Birth of the Museum: Objects, Visitors, and Meaning Since the Renaissance.” The lecture will be followed by a reception.
Students from HST 370: Topics in North Carolina History worked in collaboration with the New Winston Museum in Spring 2016 to develop an exhibit on the history of music in Winston-Salem. Students conducted interviews and archival research, produced podcasts, and wrote text for a new exhibit that opened on October 7 at the New Winston Museum downtown (713 South Marshall Street). The exhibit will be on display until March, 2017. Come check it out!