Winston-Salem STUDIO Ideas for an Enhanced Theater District
The success of Downtown Winston-Salem’s emerging rebirth, as evidenced through the restaurants along Fourth Street, has led to an intensified interest in adding entertainment-based venues in adjacent areas. A well functioning theater district is an incredible draw to downtown that in turn strengthens the city’s identity and value.
This year, a graduate student design studio from Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design has taken on the challenge of enhancing Downtown Winston-Salem’s Theater District. Given site and program options, the graduate students have spent their spring semester developing proposals for both individual buildings and master plan concepts.
Discover the possibilities for Winston-Salem’s urban core by attending the opening reception of Winston-SalemSTUDIOIdeas for an Enhanced Theater District an exhibition of graduate student work at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts.
April 27th, 5:30pm
Womble Carlyle Gallery
Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts
Public dates of show:
April 28th – June 2nd
The NC Triad Chapter is endorsing this event with some financial assitance for the reception and we encourage our members and friends to attend this event in support of the VT students and faculty who will be presenting their ideas.
Please join us for the opening reception on April 27th!