The mission of the Korner's Folly Foundation is to restore and preserve Historic Korner's Folly for the education and enjoyment of the public. Korner's Folly is the 1880s Victorian home of Jule Korner, artist and interior designer. He built Korner's Folly as a catalogue for his work. Today, Korner's Folly is open year-round for tours, educational programs, and community events. Programming centers around historic preservation, history, architecture, and art history.
To be a leading resource for young people who are interested in various careers in professional dance.
To uplift meaningful narratives of the diverse experiences of African American & African diasporic cultures through performance art.
To produce professional style productions for our community at large including educational presentations while giving local talent ages 6 to 21 an opportunity to gain professional experience through working with established actors. directors, choreographers and/or composers from beyond the greater Western Carolina Region.
THE HISTORICAL KEYBOARD SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA is a United States-based non-profit organization comprised of members who love and promote early keyboard instruments like those pictured here, and the music written for them.
Formed in 2012 by the merger of the Midwestern Historical Keyboard Society (MHKS) and the Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society (SEHKS), its members include instrument builders, players, teachers, and scholars, as well as many who merely love the looks and sounds of these beautiful instruments.
The Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts at the UNC
School of the Arts is an arts service organization that serves as a bridge between
campus and community by developing artist leaders, supporting creative careers
and businesses, and engaging in creative placemaking. The Institute supports the
exploration of new knowledge to cultivate leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators
who can tackle complex challenges in the communities in which they live and
Crear una comunidad incluyente, empoderada y equipada para crear un mundo más justo, promoviendo la participación de la comunidad latina y desarrollando la capacidad de líderes de base.
The Mint Museum is a leading, innovative museum of international art and design committed to engaging and inspiring all members of our global community.
The Mint Museum is dedicated to leadership in collecting, exhibiting, conserving, researching, publishing, interpreting, and sharing art and design from around the world. These commitments are central to the museum’s core values of leadership, integrity, inclusiveness, knowledge, stewardship, and innovation, promoting understanding of and respect for diverse peoples and cultures.
The Toe River Arts Council connects the arts and artists to the community, improving the quality of life for all residents of the Toe River Valley.
To engage, enlighten and inspire individuals and enrich community through dynamic experiences in American Art of the 20th and 21st centuries.