Outstanding performing pianists who are graduates of Salem College’s unique certificate program in injury-preventive keyboard technique will return to play beloved and exciting piano works.
Barbara Pflieger Mory is a Winston-Salem artist who began her studio work at Millersville State University in Pennsylvania, completing her degree in art and education at Salem Coll
Laila Lalami will speak about her latest book, The Moor’s Account, which was a finalist for the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the winner of the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award.
Barbara Pflieger Mory is a Winston-Salem artist who began her studio work at Millersville State University in Pennsylvania, completing her degree in art and education at Salem College (C’73).
The visual density of a space left on its own is what fascinates Hannah Rose Mendoza.
Joy Ritenour grew up in rural northern Virginia, on a beautiful farm surrounded by some usual and some very unusual subjects for her photography.
Matthew Christopher’s journey to document abandoned sites began a decade ago while researching the decline of the state hospital system.
Salem College professor of piano Barbara Lister-Sink will be joined by Susan Perkins, instructor of violin, and Anne Sellitti, instructor of cello.
The Salem Academy spring musical is sure to steal your heart again this year.
The Salem College Chamber Choir, Chorale, and SuperTonix will present an eclectic program of music that highlights songs of choral diversity.