Summer outdoor parties will continue with:
6 p.m. July 17: The Beauty Operators (blues/indie/rock) at MUSEP at Guilford College, 5800 W. Friendly Ave. Food Trucks: Scoop Zone and Taqueria El Azteca. Donations are accepted. Food trucks on site. Bring blankets, chairs, and picnics. greensboro-nc.gov/MUSEP, facebook.com/CreativeGreensboro.
6:30 p.m. July 17: Backstreet (bluegrass) at Arts Splash in Oak Hollow Festival Park, 1841 Eastchester Drive, High Point. free. Bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic dinners. Without alcohol. 336-889-ARTS (2787), highpointarts.org.
6:30 p.m. on July 22: Lin Rountree opens with Vincent Crenshaw at the Downtown Jazz Series at Corpening Plaza, 237 W. First St. , Winston-Salem. free. 336-354-1500, downtownws.com/music.
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7 p.m. on July 22: City Dirt Trio (Acoustic rock/Americana) with Smoke City (hibachi with twist and Monk Sauce) food at Friday Flavors at Stonefield Cellars Winery, 8220 NC Hwy 68 N., Stokesdale. 10 bucks. Rainy or sunny. You can bring chairs or reserve a table at 336-644-9908. Wine, beer and food for sale. No outside food or alcohol. Pets are not allowed. 336-644-9908, stonefieldcellars.com.
7 p.m. July 23: Pure Fiyah (reggae music) at Saturday City Sunsets in Center City Park, 200 Elm Street, Greensboro. free. Bring blankets, chairs, and picnics. Food trucks, brewery and handicraft vendors are on site. 336-373-7533, greensborodowntownparks.org.
7 p.m. July 23: West End Mambo (salsa) in Summer on Liberty at the intersection of Sixth and Liberty Streets, Winston-Salem. free. 336-354-1500, downtownws.com/music.
6 p.m. on July 24: Mark of the Times (Jazz/R&B) at MUSEP at Gateway Gardens, 2924 E. Gate City Blvd. Food trucks: Scoop Zone and Hot Diggity Dog. Donations are accepted. Food trucks on site. Bring blankets, chairs, and picnics. greensboro-nc.gov/MUSEP, facebook.com/CreativeGreensboro.
hip hop event
Rap Round Robin, an annual hip-hop event, will be at 8 p.m. on July 22 outside Monstercade at 204 West Acadia Ave. in Winston-Salem.
This year’s lineup is Emceein Eye, OG Spliff, Be Boomin, PT Burnem, Height Keech and Josh Stokes.
The cost is $10. Ages 21 and up.
A memorial to the late Joshua Brookshire, aka Untold, is also planned. Brookshire Rap staged Round Robin with his brother, Aaron Brookshire, also known as Emceein Eye.
Artworks Gallery will present a new exhibition, “Organic Impressions,” through July 30 at 564 N. Trade St. in Winston-Salem, featuring the works of Seth Moskowitz and Mona Wu.
Moskowitz is an artist based in Winston-Salem who creates and combines photographs into artwork that rarely resembles photography or incorporates it. He describes the creativity of his work as “an escape from the verbal cacophony of the everyday world of work – a way to enter a magical, peaceful place that literally words cannot.” His artwork focuses on nature, nudes, and combinations of both.
Born in China, Mona Wu immigrated to the United States in 1970. She studied Chinese painting and calligraphy in Hong Kong and then earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Salem College in 1996. She also studied printmaking at Wake Forest University from 1997-2014. Wu has taught classes and workshops in Chinese art and printmaking at Salem Community College, Reynolda House of American Art, and Southout School of Visual Arts. Wu presents a series of monochrome prints showing autumn and winter leaves in their natural forms but transformed into an expressive collage by manipulating the printing process. This exhibition is free and open to the public.
Gallery hours are 11am-5pm Wednesday through Saturday and 1-4pm Sunday. Call 336-723-5890 or visit Artworks-Gallery.org.
The Southeast Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) will host “Will Wilson: Connecting the Dots,” a mid-career retrospective of a religious (Navajo) photographer and community engagement artist, until December 11 at the main gallery at 750 Marguerite Drive in Winston-Salem.
A prolific artist with a wide range of artistic expertise, Wilson offers an experimental artistic insight into technique and approach. His works use cutting-edge technologies combined with historical imaging processes, including augmented reality, drone photography, and color patterns.
This exhibition showcases photography and sculpture from three important work groups created over the past two decades, addressing topics such as environmental justice, institutional racism, and the future of indigenous peoples.
Gallery hours are 10am-5pm on Wednesday, noon-8pm on Thursday, noon-5pm on Friday, 10am-5pm on Saturday and 1-5pm on Sunday.