Explore recent exhibitions and highlights of seminal historical shows.
From furniture-based sculpture to sculptures that function as furniture, Furnished presents more than 50 works by 15 contemporary artists from North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia.Learn More
We are thrilled to announce Winston-Salem-based photographer Owens Daniels as the next artist in our Southern Idiom exhibition series.Learn More
A pioneer of video art, peter campus creates engaging installations that provide unique interactive experiences, leading the viewer on a journey of self-discovery and awareness.Learn More
This Southern Idiom sales exhibition celebrates the work of Winston-Salem-based painter Jessica Singerman.Learn More
This inaugural group show is a joint collaboration with SECCA and Winston-Salem Fashion Week.
The next artist in SECCA's Southern Idiom sale series is Emily Clare, a Winston-Salem based printmaker and mixed media artist.Learn More
A special exhibition hosted at the Milton Rhodes Center.Learn More
We are proud to announce Winston-Salem based artist Marianne DiNapoli-Mylet as the next artist in our Southern Idiom sale series.Learn More
Warm Water is a collection of re-narrated visual works based on the event that sparked the Chicago Race Riot of 1919.Learn More
We are proud to announce Winston-Salem based painter Leo Rucker as the next artist in our Southern Idiom sale series.Learn More
Ellen Heck, the next artist in our Southern Idiom sale series, is a Winston-Salem based painter.Learn More
A special Art-o-mat Pop-Up Exhibition it's also a great opportunity for $5 stocking stuffers and holiday gifts!Learn More
Mona Wu, the seventh artist in SECCA's new curated sale series, Southern Idiom, is a Winston-Salem based printmaker.Learn More
Featuring the work of 19 different artists this multi-generational survey showcases contemporary Cuban artists.Learn More
The sixth artist in SECCA's new curated sale series, Southern Idiom, Cindy Taplin, is a Winston-Salem based painter.
The fifth artist in SECCA's new curated sale series, Southern Idiom, Eric Juth, is a Winston-Salem based artist and educator.Learn More
The fourth artist in SECCA's new curated sale series, Southern Idiom, Laura Lashely is a Winston-Salem based painter and muralist.Learn More
The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art presents 12X12: 12 Artists from the 12th State, an exhibition of North Carolina-based artists.Learn More
Presented by the Japan Foundation in Collaboration with SECCA, WFU Museum of Anthropology and the Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta, GA.
A painter unveils the subliminal logic of power, pixel by pixel.Learn More
Join us as we celebrate a local treasure and his populist ode to art.Learn More
The future looks like science fiction in the animal kingdom.Learn More
Sound turned to image remixes the sensesLearn More
Power. Privilege. Status. Business as usual?Learn More
For this month-long 12 x 12 exhibition, artist Lee Walton will lead weekly surprise art experiences at SECCA on Thursday evenings from 6-8PM.Learn More
A pioneering model of institutional art collecting has empowered generations of students to see the world anew through contemporary art.Learn More
Printmaker Bill Fick's work exudes a brash and bold synergy of pop imagery, cult cartoons, punk rock and die-hard printmaking culture.Learn More
When we envision the future, we re-imagine today. What follies, fantasies and visionary utopias will have been revealed? Will we have been dreamers or cynics?Learn More
Korean photographer Mijoo Kim is the second artist in the 12 x 12 artist salon series, which presents 12 artists from North Carolina, the 12th State.Learn More
The debut artist in the 12 x 12 exhibition series, Endia Beal is a Winston-Salem based photographer whose work addresses race, gender and power.Learn More
Point & Counterpoint: NC Arts Council Fellows 2014-2015Learn More
Devin Leonardi refashioned scenes and figures from the scrap heap of the past. History was his muse, yet he was not its slave; he was, above all, an interpreter of our time.Learn More
Five artists working in film and photography reframe our sense of past and place.Learn More
Josephine Halvorson's paintings are painted over the course of a single day but they hold our gaze for much longer.Learn More
Collective Actions imagines and activates new forms of collectivity through arts and community action. It is a call to participate. It is a call to action.Learn More
At the center of Nicola L.'s far-ranging art is the human body and its power to reform notions of individuality and collectivity, constraint and freedom.Learn More
We are excited to announce Winston-Salem-based printmaker Alix Hitchcock as the next artist in our Southern Idiom exhibition series.Learn More
Kevin Jerome Everson offers a new vernacular of American cinema, training his eye on the practice of everyday life and Black experience.Learn More
For Danish artist Emil Salto, light experiments are a form of intuitive yet systematic inquiry. This is the artist's first solo museum show in the United States.Learn More
Neil Goldberg's conceptual art focuses on the ephemeral and overlooked aspects of daily experience, both public and personal.Learn More
With a deft hand for the miniature and a fair dose of wonder for life observed, Claire Harvey transforms everyday materials and witnessed subjects into fascinating microcosms.Learn More
Humor in sculptural form. A solo show with other artists. An April Fool's opening. A show of comic turns.Learn More
NC Artist Fellows: Escapes and Revelations is an exhibition of the 21 different artists who received the 2018-2019 North Carolina Arts Council Artist Fellowship.Learn More
SECCA marks the 18th installment of the Southern Idiom series with an exhibition of new work by photographer and multidisciplinary creative Ashley Johnson.Learn More
An Exhibit of Artwork from ABC of NC Child Development CenterLearn More
This expansive exhibition brings together 200+ diverse works by 60+ artists from around the world to explore the question: What does drawing mean to you?Learn More
An immersive photographic and sculptural installation exploring the artist's aquatic childhood memories.Learn More
The 20th installment of SECCA's 'Southern Idiom' exhibition series features new works in watercolor by Sharon Hardin.
Portrait artist Anna Jarrell painted 100 portraits in 100 days to raise $13,000 for the COVID-19 response by Wake Forest Baptist Health.
This Southern Idiom exhibition celebrates the work of Julian Semilian, an experimental filmmaker, film editor, teacher, poet, translator, and novelist based in Winston-Salem.Learn More
The 19th installment of SECCA's Southern Idiom series features new work by multidisciplinary artist Terri Dowell-Dennis.
Explore the inaugural SECCA Student Showcase, a virtual exhibition celebrating the Class of 2020!Learn More