SECCA to Present Exhibition Featuring Chad Beroth As part of SECCA’s Southern Idiom Series
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (April 18, 2019)—The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) is presenting an exhibition featuring artwork by Winston-Salem based artist Chad Beroth as part of SECCA’s new curated sale series Southern Idiom. The show is called Home Sick and will be on display in the Preview Gallery at SECCA. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, April 25, 2019 from 6 to 8 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public and will include a cash bar (no bar charge for SECCA Members). Beroth’s artwork will be available for purchase and will remain on display through May 12.
Through this colorful and expressive selection of works curated by SECCA’s Wendy Earle, artist Chad Beroth offers an intimate glimpse into his life and thoughts, as he explores the balance between fatherhood, personal relationships, and life as a working artist.
For more information about Beroth, please visit chadberoth.studio.
Opening Reception April 25
Exhibition is entitled: Home Sick
Located in SECCA’s Preview Gallery, Southern Idiom is a new series that explores local artists and the variety of forms they produce. Past artists include Frank Campion, Kevin Calhoun, Emily Clare, Eric Juth, Laura Lashley, Paul Travis Phillips, Cindy Taplin, and Mona Wu. Artwork in the series is for sale, and proceeds benefit both the artist and SECCA’s exhibition fund.
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston-Salem, N.C. is a creative leader of the arts in the Southeast, a museum boldly giving artists of the region a platform for visibility while connecting local communities with the international world of contemporary art. Located at 750 Marguerite Drive, the museum is open Tuesday through Sunday. For hours, please visit secca.org. SECCA is an affiliate of the North Carolina Museum of Art, a division of the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources. SECCA receives operational funding from The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Additional funding is provided by the James G. Hanes Memorial Fund.
About the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
The N.C. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources (NCDNCR) is the state agency with a vision to be the leader in using the state’s natural and cultural resources to build the social, cultural, educational and economic future of North Carolina. Led by Secretary Susi H. Hamilton, NCDNCR’s mission is to improve the quality of life in our state by creating opportunities to experience excellence in the arts, history, libraries and nature in North Carolina by stimulating learning, inspiring creativity, preserving the state’s history, conserving the state’s natural heritage, encouraging recreation and cultural tourism, and promoting economic development. NCDNCR includes 27 historic sites, seven history museums, two art museums, two science museums, three aquariums and Jennette’s Pier, 39 state parks and recreation areas, the N.C. Zoo, the nation’s first state-supported Symphony Orchestra, the State Library, the State Archives, the N.C. Arts Council, State Preservation Office and the Office of State Archaeology, along with the Division of Land and Water Stewardship. For more information, please call (919) 807-7300 or visit ncdcr.gov.