To promote the growth of the flexographic printing process in the educational system throughout North America.
To promote and preserve the art and history of quilts through education of its members, and to inspire community involvement.
To promote the appreciation and writing of poetry throughout the state, through readings, workshops, and annual contest, and special programs (at Weymouth Center for the Humanities, Southern Pines NC).
To teach choral music to youth in the Durham NC community and to share their talents via public performance.
To perform fine choral music, primarily masterworks with orchestra; to promote the choral art; and to enrich the cultural life of the singers, audience, artistic community and community at large.
The Winston-Salem Girls Chorus offers a joyful and empowering experience for girls and young women through vocal music education and artistic excellence in choral music performance.
To produce "The Lost Colony", America's Premiere Symphonic Outdoor Drama, written by Pulitzer-Prize winner and native North Carolinian, Paul Green.
To expand the artistic opportunities of citizens of the triangle in viewing and creating new work.