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Meet the winners of the What’s Your Story fairy tale contest

The Fairy Tale Art Show has been postponed due to the threat of inclement weather.

Our new date is Thursday, March 5th at 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem.

In August, we began the “What’s Your Story” writing contest, seeking unique fairy tale ideas from area school children from grades K-12 which local, diverse artists could then turn into one of a kind art creations. Over 75 stories were collected. Members and friends of Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, Delta Arts Center and The Hispanic Arts Initiative were invited to choose a fairy tale concept and create an original piece of artwork based on the theme. Artists were allowed to select the story that inspired them the most, therefore some stories were selected more than once.

The Fairy Tale Project art exhibit will then be on display at the Children’s Museum from February 24-March 9 with an opening reception on February 26. Select pieces from the show will also be on display at the Stevens Center on March 11, 13, 15 and 17 during Piedmont Opera’s production of The Magic Flute. Winners will be notified via email or mail.

Artist /Author Teri Burke / Indigo Weaver Donna Marcum  / Ellie Burdette Dell James /  Sarah Brown Claudia Pureco /  Elise Schaub Cheryl Powell / William Schwartz Judy Davis  / Ruby Anne Jones Anne Murray / Margaret (Maggie) Whitworth Carla-Jean McGannon /  Jessie Burdette Tammera Donovan  / Ella Klein Susan Walker /  Sariah Lowrance Penny Overcash  / Sarah Brown Lynne Brown / Luke Linker Jeanette Yarbrough / Ella Marion Monica Webber / Margaret (Maggie) Whitworth Nila Chamberlain  /Margaret (Maggie) Whitworth Linda Lindsly  /Ella Klein Mary Baily Thomas / Orion Sledge-Ricks Teri Burke / Jude Flury Clara Rimes / Ellie Burdette John Gusdon / Author did not sign work- we are investigating


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