This week’s installment of Found Objects kicks off with a fabulous program sponsored by the Greensboro Public Library. On April 27, the Vance Chavis Branch Library will host Teen Poetry Exchange as local teens create poetry and share their work with senior citizens. The program kicks off at 7 p.m. sharp. To register, call 336.373.5838.
On Thursday, Associated Artists of Winston-Salem presents Trena McNabb: Overlapping Images — Both Real and Painted at noon at the 301 W. 4 th St. in downtown Winston-Salem. For further info, call 336.722.0340.
START Gallery, in collaboration with the Wake Forest University Office of Sustainability, presents Green, It’s Not Only a Color, It’s a Movement through May 16. The exhibition features artwork in different mediums created by students. START Gallery is located at 122A Reynolda Village in Winston-Salem. For further info, call 336.245.8508.
The Center for Design Innovation presents a 3-D modeling and animation workshop April 26-29 hosted by Winston-Salem State professor Thomas Tucker. To RSVP, e-mail cdi@CenterforDesignInnovation. Registration fee is $50 for the general public; $25 for faculty members and free for students. For further info, call 336.727.4310.
Green Hill Center for NC Art presents an exhibition featuring the work of Andre Leon Gray and Shaun Richards through May 29. For further info, call 336.333.7460.
Guilford College presents Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan through May 6. The exhibition features the work of 40 muralists from all over the globe as well as the creations of Afghan school children. For further info, call 336.316.2438.
The Alamance County Arts Council presents a digital art exhibit by Elon University students Tyler Anderson, Kyle Eaton, Andy Hassan, Kelsey Reifler, Natalie Saragusa, Julie Schnabel, Meghan Stevens, Summer Thaxton, Kyle Waggoner and Lauren Warr through May 22. The exhibit is on display at Captain White House, located at 213 S. Main St. in Graham. For further info, call 336.226.4495.