On Thursday Jan. 24, the
for Contemporary Art (SECCA) will hold its second Teacher Night. Admission is free. Southeastern Center
The evening will include a one-woman show by Brooke Haycock, the artist-in-residence for The Education Trust in
. Haycock bases her performances on interviews with students and teachers. Washington
Teachers Night, which is scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m., also offers the opportunity to take a tour of SECCA exhibits, to pick up materials designed to connect contemporary art of the classroom and to have a little something to eat and glass of wine while talking with other teachers.
SECCA’s Education Curator, Deborah Randolph, is organizing the Teacher Night project. The first Teacher Night was held in August. SECCA is at
750 Marguerite Drive in . You will find SECCA online at SECCA Winston-Salem