To promote the arts in the Old Fort community; providing education in the arts to the citizens and visitors of Old Fort; ensuring local artist and artisans have opportunities to display their skills and work; and preserving the art of the area for future generations.
To inspire, educate and challenge through presentations of the visual, literary and performing arts.
To promote the embodiment of both the truth and grace of God like which has been manifested in the life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ by sponsoring initiatives which will in the judgement of the board serve both personally and socially to move the human species toward greater health and wholeness.
To promote the joy of working with clay; sustain a thriving community of artists, students, and teachers; and foster enthusiasm for the ceramic arts through classes, workshops, exhibits, special events, and access to facilities and materials.
To promote music as a fundamental component of education and to provide opportunities for lifelong learning by supporting teachers, students and communities in developing and fostering excellence in music.
For over 50 years, Preservation Greensboro Incorporated has served to preserve historic sites, neighborhoods, and streetscapes that provide the Gate City with a unique sense of history and place. As the city’s only non-governmental membership organization dedicated to this cause, Preservation Greensboro has provided resources to enhance our distinctive sense of heritage and has helped the city maintain a tradition of adaptive reuse, renovation, and recycling.
Our project portfolio includes Architectural Salvage, Blandwood historic house museum, the Blandwood Carriage House special events center, a preservation resources library, the annual Tour of Historic Homes, and community advocacy. We promote architecture and neighborhoods through our activities such as educational tours, special events, seminars, and publications, while our sister organization the Preservation Greensboro Development Fund finds extended uses for historic buildings owned by others through partnerships and creative solutions.
To preserve, acquire, and interpret our past, in order to make a better future. Historic Bethabara Park is the 1753 site of the first Moravian Settlement in North Carolina. Moravians are German Protestants who trace their origins to the Bohemian Priest, Jan Hus, martyred in 1415. Historic Bethabara Park was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1999.
To empower and enrich adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, enabling them to grow as individuals, live with dignity, and have choices in how they fulfill their lives.
To improve and enhance the environment for quality theatre in NC through service, leadership and advocacy.