Organizations

PTICA Logo

PTICA Website

We at the PTICA are just beginning this blogging adventure, and, speaking for myself, it’s a little daunting. Please bear with us as we get the wrinkles ironed out. Below is a list of organizations in the Piedmont Triad who are involved or interested in community arts work. We intend to use this tool to present examples of community arts work in the Piedmont Triad, encourage more such work, and generate discussion to help the arts become more deeply connected to our communities.

Winston-Salem

Arts
Art-o-Mat
Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County
Associated Artists of Winston-Salem
Blue Moon Theatre – Wake Forest
Carolina Music Ways
Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem
Children’s Theatre
Delta Arts Center
The Enrichment Center of Winston-Salem, Gateway Gallery
Hawthorne Gallery
Hispanic Arts Initiative
Kernersville Little Theatre
Imprints
National Black Theatre Festival
Piedmont Chamber Singers
Piedmont Craftsmen
Piedmont Opera
Reynolda House Museum of American Art
River Run International Film Festival
Sawtooth School for Visual Art
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA)
Triad Cultural Arts
UC Support Services
University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA)

Winston-Salem Children’s Chorus
Winston-Salem Symphony
Winston-Salem Youth Arts Institute

Community
AIDS Care Service
Alzheimer’s Association
BOOKMARKS
C.H.A.N.G.E.

Forsyth County Library
Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County
Hispanic League of the Triad
Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center
NE Winston Neighborhood Association
Old Salem
Piedmont Environmental Alliance
Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem
Simon Green Atkins Community Development Corporation
Twin City Choristers
Twin City Stage
Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
Women’s Health Center of Excellence for Research, Leadership, and Education

Greensboro

Arts
Abrakadoodle
African American Atelier
Artist Coordinating
Bel Canto Company
Caldcleugh Multicultural Arts Center
Carolina Theatre

Center for Visual Artists
City Arts

Cyrus Art Production
Eastern Music Festival
Elsewhere Artist Collaborative

Green Hill Center for NC Art
Greensboro Ballet
Greensboro Opera

Greensboro Recording Collective
Greensboro Symphony
Guilford College Art Gallery
Guilford Native American Gallery
Music Academy of NC
NC Dance Project
NC Storyfest
Touring Theatre Ensemble of NC

Triad Pride Men’s Chorus
Triad Stage
University of North Carolina Greensboro, School of Music
United Arts Council of Greensboro

Weatherspoon Art Museum

Community
Abbotswood at Irving Park
Action Greensboro
Adult Center for Enrichment

Beloved Community Center
Black Child Development Institute

Bryan YMCA
Building Stronger Neighborhoods
Center for Creative Aging, NC
Center for Principled Problem Solving: Guilford College
Centro de Accion Latino

Comfort Keepers
Congregational Nurse Program
Faith Action International House
The Guilford Center

Guilford Education Alliance
Guilford Nonprofit Consortium

Greensboro Public Library
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Greensboro

Joseph’s House
Leadership for Social Change: Guilford College
LifeSpan

The Sanctuary
Senior Resources of Guilford County
Shepherd’s Center of Greensboro

Since You Asked Me
Weaver Academy for Performing & Visual Arts and Advanced Technology

Individuals
Carol Howard, Arts in Healthcare consultant
Diana Clark, retired art teacher
Leigh Rodenbough, elder artist of Yew Tree Gallery
Mariana Newton, retired from UNCG
Nancy Pitkin, musician
Paula Schneider, visual artist

High Point

The Arc of High Point
Char-Art Designs
Habitat for Humanity of High Point
High Point Area Arts Council
High Point Extension Master Gardener Program
High Point Theatre Art Galleries
Providence Place
Roy B. Culler Senior Center

Other

Art in the Public Interest,  Saxapaw, NC
Arts for Life,  Weaverville, NC
Classical Voice of North Carolina
Coastal Conservation Association
(CCA-NC), Raleigh, NC
Friendship Adult Day Services, Burlington, NC
JOMA Arts & Consulting, LLC, Charlotte, NC
Korean Seniors Association, Reidsville, NC
North Carolina Arts Council
Seniors Reaching Out, Jamestown, NC
Tessa Windt, independent artist, Carrboro, NC
The WORD Project, Kernersville, NC
United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, NC

3 Responses to Organizations

  1. Based on the informational meeting on community arts funding opportunities given yesterday (January 14), I’d love to see the blog structured such that respondents could comment on a specific proposal and readers could follow the thread on that particular project. Such a structure — essentially, each proposal = blog entry — would be a clearer way for organizations to put ideas out there and others to build on. This model would be particularly suitable for the Montagnard Dega Association (MDA), the nonprofit I’m working with. We are especially interested in partnering with one or many orgs in the pursuit of certain grant opportunities because while we represent a unique demographic, we do not have the resources, expertise, or structure to implement the types of projects we have in mind. Perhaps others are similarly stressed and like us, are eager to do some collective brainstorming.

  2. I am currently working on a community building program for a neighborhood that has a history of Montagnard refugees. This is a community art project designed to bring people together and preserve the history of this neighborhood through photography, filmmaking, and quilt making. I am in need of a Montagnard contact, maybe you could help? I could share with you some ways that our organization gains grants and funding to do community outreach programs.

    Thanks,
    Jen Crickenberger

  3. Thanks for PTICA’s efforts to list all these great orgs. In regards to the Montagnard Dega Association (Greensboro and Charlotte), we’ve put together a specific blog site for brainstorming and sharing ideas that would assist our clients, from green initiatives to using cheap technology to learn English faster to preserving and/or promoting traditional arts. (See mdaexchange.blogspot.com) Personally, I encourage nonprofits that deal with the arts to partner up (if they haven’t already) and to seek some of the vast technical talent that’s being laid off due to the economic downturn. (See http://youngprojects.blogspot.com/2009/02/social-capital-can-pay-for-human.html)

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: