Tickets on sale now for Driving Miss Daisy
Visitors to the Yadkin Cultural Arts Center won’t want to miss Director Ron Stacker Thompson’s production of the Pulitzer-winning classic, Driving Miss Daisy. Set in the deep south, circa 1948, we see the friction between white, widowed, seventy-two-year-old Daisy Werthan and her chauffeur Hoke, a thoughtful black man, transform into a decades-long friendship and uncommon kinship that neither could have imagined possible. Starring Cle Thompson and Derrick Parker Jr., this intimate performance of an unlikely friendship developing over the decades will warm the hearts of all who watch it. Click here for more information.
The Welborn Gallery: BOUNCE – A Painting Exhibition by Brennen Lieske
We’re so excited to present this amazing series from Brennen Lieske. BOUNCE presents the tools of childhood play to spark dialogues about early influences, the toys of the past, and the adults that grow out of them. Play has been observed in all mammals as an instinct that is vital to early development. Moments in play can determine emotional relationships, social behaviors, and provide more flexible, responsive, and creative brains. By analyzing the past, predictions can be made about how play is changing and the effects it will have on minds of the future.
7th Annual Tony Snow Juried Exhibit – Now Accepting Submissions
The Welborn Gallery is now accepting 2-D and 3-D submissions for our 7th Annual Eye of the Artist Juried Show. To view the show prospectus or submit your work, click here.
Yadkin Cultural Arts Center and Box Office Hours
Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.