Black History Month Programs

Black History Month Speaker Series: Nourishing Traditions – February 6, 15 & 19, 2018;
6:00 p.m.Old Salem Visitor Center(900 Old Salem Rd.)Free Admission

Triad Cultural Arts is pleased to partner in presenting this lecture series:

  • Tuesday February 6: Entering a White Profession: Black Physicians in the
    Turn of the Century South with Todd Savitt, PhD, Professor of Medical Humanitities and History at the Brody School of Medicine of East Carolina University
  • Thursday February 15: From a Haunted Plate: Becoming an 18th and 19th Century Black Chef with author and culinary historian Michael W. Twitty.  A reception & book signing furnished by Bookmarks will follow. Part of the New Winston Museum spring Salon Series.
  • Monday February 19: Seeds of Memory: Food Legacies of the Transatlantic Slave Trade with Judith Carney, PhD, Professor of Geography at University of California at Los Angeles. Also sponsored by WFU Phi Beta Kappa.


 

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African American Tours

Schedule a tour for your group which highlights the regions cultural diversity! A variety of walking tours and riding tours can be customized to fit your needs!

A variety of tours with a focus on the contributions of African Americans to our society.

  • Cultural Tour—Visit art galleries, historic sites, and educational institutions.
  • Then & Now – A walk through Innovation Quarter, the former heartbeat of the African American community.
  • Historic Homes—Visit sites of existing and former homes of some of the city’s well and unknown citizens.
  • Triad Tour—Visit the International Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro and historic sites in High Point.

Great for groups, family reunions, or anyone who wants to get to know the Triad’s African American Legacy – or to get to know it better – this tour will take you off the beaten path — See touchstones of the African American experience!

Full Service Tour – We provide the transportation AND an experienced and knowledgeable Historical Tour Guide!

Step On Bus Tour – You provide the transportation – We provide an experienced and knowledgeable Historical Tour Guide!

For More information to tailor a tour for your group: charry@triadculturalarts.org or 336-336-757-8556