À la carte is a concert series featuring a buffet of music from every genre, style, epoch, and culture.
For over 30 years, the African American Atelier has promoted an awareness, appreciation, and sensitivity to African Americans‘ visual arts and culture.
The Architectural Salvage of Greensboro retail showroom contains fascinating merchandise recycled from historic homes and buildings throughout North Carolina’s Piedmont.
Art Alliance of Greensboro provides quality art instruction and fosters a creative and supportive studio experience in the greater Greensboro community.
ArtStock collectively represents individual visual artists in the Greater Greensboro area by presenting the annual Artstock Studio Tour.
Blandwood, a National Historic Landmark, is one of America’s great historic homes.
The Carolina Theatre is home to performances from artists across all genres, classic movies, community theatre, and dance, as well as events in the loft theatre, The Crown at the Carolina.
Casa Azul is designed to promote Latin American art and culture in Guilford County by providing the resources for the creative expression of Latino culture in the community and inspiring growth and self-sufficiency among Latinos.
CVA showcases the creativity of local artists and provides art experiences accessible to everyone throughout our community.
Central Gallery is the main art gallery at Revolution Mill.
The vision of The Choral Arts Collective is a community that celebrates excellence, diversity, and lifelong participation in choral music.
CTG’s mission is to bring Greensboro’s diverse community together to learn about, experience, and celebrate the joys of theatre.
Creative Aging Network-NC‘s mission is to provide innovative arts programming and education to enhance the well-being and social connection among older adults throughout North Carolina.
Creative Greensboro, the City’s office for arts and culture, provides support for, ensures access to, and drives awareness of Greensboro’s creative community.
Dance Project nurtures a vibrant, engaged, and inclusive community of artists, audiences, and students by providing opportunities for training, performance, collaboration, and employment.
Downtown Greensboro Inc. is an economic development organization focused on stimulating investment and activity in the center city.
The Downtown Greenway is a 4-mile multi-use paved trail surrounding downtown Greensboro.
Eastern Music Festival is a nationally recognized classical music festival, and summer educational program held every summer in the Greensboro area.
Elsewhere is a living museum, international artist residency, and collaborative learning laboratory built from Sylvia Gray’s three-story thrift store and her collection of material culture and surplus.
Films from the Heart is a non-profit movement with a mission to engage, educate and inspire the community.
Footsteps to Follow is a nonprofit organization based in Greensboro with a mission to provide a prepared and planned environment for the wholesome, social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development of children through the arts.
Forge Greensboro is a community makerspace that reduces the barriers to hands-on making.
The mission of The Friends of John Coltrane is to preserve and celebrate the life and music of John Coltrane and to enrich the lives of others through the introduction of jazz and other musical genres.
Gallery 1250 is a 2,800-square-foot art gallery that was formerly known as the WamRev Gallery, a satellite exhibition space that was utilized by the Weatherspoon Art Museum located at Revolution Mill.
The Gant School of Music and Jazz is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping underprivileged youth, especially from minority communities, get access to the world of music.
The Gate City Horizons Band provides adult musicians in Greensboro and surrounding areas an opportunity to participate in an active performing band for personal pleasure, experience, and enrichment.
Gate City Quilt Guild is a friendly and committed group of quiltmakers in the Piedmont area.
Goodly Frame Theatre models innovative staging choices that challenge typical conceptions about the relationships between texts, actors, and audiences.
GreenHill is a nonprofit visual art center with the vital mission to support and advocate for the art and artists of North Carolina.
Greensboro Ballet is a vibrant professional dance company whose artists share the love of expressing thought and emotion through the international language of ballet performance.
Greensboro Downtown Parks Inc. is a non-profit organization in partnership with the City of Greensboro, Center City Park, and LeBauer Park.
In partnership with the community, the Greensboro History Museum collects the city’s diverse history and connects people to that history and one another through engaging exhibits, educational programs and community dialogue.
Greensboro Literary Organization brings readers and writers together, provides a platform for authors and their books, and promotes inclusivity through its year-round literary programs designed to enliven and engage the community around reading and writing.
Greensboro Opera is a community-based company dedicated to fostering the growth of opera and to presenting professional productions of the highest artistic caliber for the enjoyment, education, and enrichment of the Triad.
Greensboro Performing Arts, Inc. is a community of dedicated professional teachers who believe that the pursuit, mastery, and experience of performing arts enrich all of our lives.
Greensboro Project Space is an off-campus contemporary art gallery in downtown Greensboro that connects students, faculty, and the community.
The Greensboro Science Center‘s conservation mission is to preserve species and habitats through on-site programs, community awareness, field studies, and fundraising for local and global conservation efforts.
The mission of the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra is to enrich the cultural life of Greensboro and surrounding areas through the development, promotion, and maintenance of a program of quality music and music education.
The mission of The Greensboro Tarheel Chapter is to provide wholesome and quality musical entertainment, to encourage, promote and teach the barbershop art form among local youth and choral groups.
The Guilford Native American Association, Inc. is a non-profit urban Indian Center that promotes social and economic self-sufficiency for Native peoples residing in the Greensboro area.
High Lonesome Strings is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting those who want to discover and share bluegrass and other forms of traditional music.
Our mission is to work continually to enhance the lives of all citizens of our community, ensuring the availability of a broad range of cultural and artistic activities and encouraging full community participation in them.
High Point Ballet, a not-for-profit 501c3, is a pre-professional program for the diversified dancer.
High Point Community Concert Association is a non-profit organization that strives to bring affordable engaging concerts to our city.
High Point Community Theatre is dedicated to providing community involvement opportunities, inspiring appreciation for dramatic arts and educating the next generation.
High Point Theatre is a full service Performing Arts Center on a mission to entertain High Point, the Triad and beyond by providing patrons and clients access to national names and hometown hospitality.
The orchestra performs multiple concerts each academic year and welcomes musicians with a wide range of ages and experiences.
Hirsch Wellness is a creative cancer support community providing life-affirming Healing Arts and Wellness programs designed to empower and connect cancer survivors, patients in treatment, and caregivers.
The Historic Magnolia House aims to share little-known historical experiences, musical history and development, and stories of the Triad’s African American history.
iAlign Dance Company is a non-profit composed of community dancers dedicated to serving the people and organizations within this community.
Explore the story of the civil rights struggle in the United States as part of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum‘s permanent galleries, The Battlegrounds.
ISFD is an international, non-profit, professional organization dedicated to advancing, improving and supporting the profession of furniture design and its positive impact in the marketplace.
JOYEMOVEMENT‘s mission is to tell stories of the African Diaspora that inspire audience members and participants to reexamine embedded societal ideas.
Kids learn about poetry, reading, grammar, proper formation of sentences and more while playing basketball games, thus enhancing their literacy skills.
little independent artists is a company that helps individuals and groups reach their creative goals. LIA brings artists together and provide creative opportunities to people who have limited access to the arts.
Designed to inspire hands-on learning through play, the Greensboro Children’s Museum offers a fun, energetic, and safe environment for children of all ages.
Art studio located in Greensboro NC featuring art created by adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The Music Academy of North Carolina provides an exceptional experience in music education and performance for the community.
The mission of Music for a Great Space is to annually present a culturally diverse series of inspiring small ensemble and solo concerts.
The Nido & Mariana Qubein Children’s Museum is packed with exciting hands-on learning experiences.
The North Carolina Brass Band is a 28-piece brass and percussion ensemble that performs an annual concert series in the Triad and venues throughout the state.
The North Carolina Folk Festival is a free, 3-day celebration of diverse performances and crafts traditions in downtown Greensboro.
The mission of the North Carolina Theatre Conference is to strengthen NC’s vibrant theatre industry and engage tomorrow’s artists, audiences and advocates.
Piedmont Blues Preservation Society (PBPS) was founded with the purpose to maintain and promote Blues music and culture in the Triad region.
Preservation Greensboro Inc. provides resources to enhance our distinctive sense of heritage and has helped the city maintain a tradition of adaptive reuse, renovation, and recycling.
The Public Art Endowment is a permanent fund within the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro that facilitates long-term and permanent placements of significant public artworks throughout the city.
Reconsidered Goods is a non-profit creative reuse center that takes donated materials and diverts them from landfills by putting them into the hands of artists, makers, teachers and others to create something new
Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet primarily aims to inspire good character and healthy living through programs that celebrate the love and joy of dance.
Scrapmettle is a network of writers, directors, and performing artists that honor theater tradition by expanding and contracting its elements to meet performance goals and industry standards.
The Darrell E. Sechrest Gallery of Art seeks to serve as a dynamic teaching and learning resource for High Point University and the greater High Point.
Shared Radiance Performing Arts Company’s mission is to entertain, enlighten, educate, and explore experiential and interactive theatre through the works of Shakespeare.
SETC is a nationwide organization that helps connect theatre practitioners of all experience levels with training and resources.
Our goal is to renew the city to a place of beauty, encourage economic growth, clean up public green spaces and create a better quality of life for its residents.
St. Mary‘s Music Academy is a community music school for children and adults, enriching the musical environment of High Point and the greater Piedmont Triad.
Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts is a state-of-the-art facility with a seating capacity of approximately 3,000.
Strange Fruit Foundation plans events with BIPOC performers and professionals to execute productions, raise money to pay artists a fair wage, create opportunities for grassroots and local artists, and lobby for more representation of urban art forms.
TAB Arts Center Non Profit is an organization dedicated to bringing diverse quality art programs and services to all ages of the community.
The Art Gallery at Congdon Yards provides quality visual art exhibits and educational experiences for the enrichment of the total community.
The Bryan Series brings world-renowned speakers presenting ideas, personal histories, enlightening insights, and vital global concepts to the Triad.
The Miles Davis Jazz Studies Program at UNCG is a unique and innovative undergraduate jazz program designed to emulate the traditional process of learning jazz, through a combination of mentorship, real-world playing experiences, and a communal approach to learning.
The MIND Group is a non-profit organization that specializes in community outreach and youth development (programming, planning and consulting).
The Poetry Project is an organization that prides itself in using poetry to teach, inspire and build community through structured workshops, poetry slams, and open mics.
This 350-seat state-of-the-art theatre hosts Broadway stars, lecturers, theater groups, symphony and opera companies.
Triad International Ballet is a non-profit organization with a huge heart, a spirit of artistic excellence and a vision to bring about societal changes to the world of ballet.
Triad Musicians Matter, Inc. was created to provide Triad professional musicians and their families financial support in cases of sudden illness, hospitalization, accident, death, or displacement from home due to fire or natural disasters.
Triad Pride Performing Arts aims to entertain, enlighten, and enrich while promoting equality and social justice for all people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Triad Ukulele is an active social club dedicated to celebrating and promoting the ukulele in the Piedmont Triad Area.
The College of Visual and Performing Arts at UNC Greensboro is the premier and most comprehensive set of visual and performing arts programs in North Carolina.
The UNCG School of Theatre’s mission is to prepare students to be informed theatre practitioners with a commitment to creativity, innovation, inclusion, and the advancement of the art form.
The University Galleries at North Carolina A&T State University are comprised of the H.C. Taylor Gallery and the Mattye Reed Gallery.
The staff of the Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNC Greensboro cares for and manages a collection of 20th and 21st Century art for teaching, research, and public service purposes for the use and benefit of UNC Greensboro and the greater community.
Yalik’s African American Art & Cultural Movement is located in the heart of High Point, near the Historical District of Washington Street.