Creative Greensboro: PUBLIC RECORD

Creative Greensboro, the City’s office of arts and culture, provides support for, ensures access to, and drives awareness of Greensboro’s creative community. Creative Greensboro is the managers of the Greensboro Cultural Center and the new home for many of your favorite creative activities, including programs formerly known as City Arts, The Music Center, and The Drama Center
The creativity in our city lifts us up and allows us to visualize both what the world is and what it could be. Public Record strives to showcase the varied lives and practices of creative individuals in our city. You can witness artists with an incredible array of backgrounds and disciplines consider their lives, their work, their struggles, and their purpose.
 
Two new artists will be highlighted in Creative Greensboro’s newsletter for the next five months! Be sure to sign up so you don’t miss out.

A Few Of The Featured Artisits

Josephus Thompson III explores his foundations in art, how he moved from industrial engineering to public speaking and poetry, and the multitude of roles he takes on every day.

Alexis Orgera discusses her passion for poetry, being an introvert in the time of COVID-19, and how she formed a progressive children’s book press.

Check out teaser trailers of these artists and more at Creative Greensboro’s Facebook page, and be sure to subscribe to their newsletters HERE to watch their whole story!