Event description

Our State presents The Best of Winston-Salem September 14-16, 2018. Enjoy a weekend celebration of music, food, art, science, history, and storytelling in the city of arts and innovation. All seminars will be held at Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts.

A Maker Exhibit Village will provide artist demonstrations and conversations about their craft, including Sawtooth School for Visual Art in ceramics, woodworking, metal, and jewelry making and Associated Artists of Winston-Salem in pastel, fibers, and painting. Plus, delicious food and local beverage tastings will be available.

Weekend Package Includes:

  • Two nights’ accommodations at Marriott Winston-Salem in the Twin City Quarter
  • Friday night welcome reception at Foothills Brewing’s new private event space, Footnote, in downtown Winston-Salem
  • Saturday night “Soulful Harvest” dinner at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts
  • Breakfasts Saturday and Sunday
  • All seminars and entertainment

Register

Total Cost: $795 per couple, all-inclusive. Based on double occupancy.

For reservations or more information, please contact Sandra Horton by phone at (800) 933-2621 ext. 16050 or by email at sdhorton@aaacarolinas.com.

Speakers

Elizabeth Hudson

Elizabeth Hudson

  • Welcome reception with Our State's editor in chief at Foothills Brewing’s new private event space
Anthony Atala

Anthony Atala, MD

  • Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine — “Regenerative Medicine: New Approaches to Healthcare”
Martha Hartley

Martha Hartley

  • Co-Chair, Hidden Town Project – “Hidden Town Project: The History of the Enslaved and Free African-Americans in Salem”
Cheryl Harry

Cheryl Harry

  • Co-Chair, Hidden Town Project – “Hidden Town Project: The History of the Enslaved and Free African-Americans in Salem”
Charlie Lovett

Charlie Lovett

  • New York Times best-selling author— “My Literary Life”
Brian Cole

Brian Cole

  • Dean, School of Music at UNC School of the Arts — “The Study of Atomic Artistry”
Phil Archer

Phil Archer

  • Director of Program and Interpretation at Reynolda House — “At Home with R.J. and Katharine Reynolds”
Chef Tim Grandinetti

Chef Tim Grandinetti

  • Dinner and talk with Chef Tim Grandinetti featuring a locally inspired menu from his Spring House restaurant

More

Create lasting memories with Our State. Our trips and events blend travel, food, history, people, and places to create a unique and one-of-a-kind experience. Surround yourself with Southern hospitality as you indulge your spirit of discovery. Learn more about Our State at ourstate.com.