found objects

by Keith Barber

found objects

Leading off this Independence Day edition of Found Objects is the Downtown Art District Association [DADA] Gallery Hop on Trade, 6 th and liberty streets in Winston-salem, Friday evening from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. This is a great opportunity for art lovers to meet artists and craftsmen at gallery receptions, take in art exhibits, enjoy drums, live music, shop, have dinner and explore the arts in Winston-salem, the City of the Arts. For further info, visit: Also, this Independence Day weekend marks the beginning of Heavy Rebel Weekender with music, a saturday car show and continuous events at the Millennium Center at the corner of 4 th and Trade streets. On saturday night, art lovers shouldn’t miss Summer on Trade and DADA Artists at the Kids Art Table, which will be held under the “Tree of Trade” mural. The event will go on rain or shine. For further info, call 336.734.1864 or e-mail: On Monday, July 6 the Carolina Theatre kicks off its 2 nd annual Summer Film Festival with a screening of Mel Brooks’ 1987 science fiction parody Spaceballs at 7:30 p.m. as part of its New Comedy Classics series. On Tuesday, July 7, the Carolina Theatre presents director kevin smith’s 1994 cult classic Clerks as the first installment of a series honoring smith’s work. On Wednesday, July 8, the festival continues with Joel and ethan Coen’s 1984 film, Blood Simple. And on July 9, the festival presents Richard linklater’s 1993 hit Dazed and Confused as part of its Cult Classics series. The Carolina Theatre’s summer Film Festival runs through Aug. 27. Tickets are $5. For further info, call 336.333.2605. Triad Stage at the Pyrle Theatre’s production of Providence Gap, an Appalachian saga written and directed by Preston lane, winds to a close this week. shows will be held nightly through July 4 with performances at 7:30 p.m. at the Main stage Theater located at 232 s. elm street in downtown Greensboro. Reynolda House Museum of American Art currently has two exhibitions on display. The Stieglitz Circle: Beyond O’Keefe showcases the work of Alfred stieglitz, the husband of Georgia O’keefe. The exhibition runs through Nov. 15. Also on display at Reynolda House, Figures in Bronze: Sculpture at Reynolda, which showcases

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