Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art


Be a Film Producer Using Your Mobile Phone and Enter M4 Contest

Winston-Salem, NC Jan. 24, 2013 – As more and more people are exploring the full utility of their mobile devices, many are using them to make films. That’s the concept behind the second annual Mobile Media Mini Movies (M4). Capturing this idea is the film competition created by the Southeastern […]


SECCA Attendance Up 25% from January – June 2012 over the last year

WINSTON-SALEM – SECCA is getting its groove back. More and more people from the community are visiting SECCA’s ever changing exhibits and bringing friends with them. The result is a spike in attendance of 25 per cent increase in visitors between January and the end of June compared with the same time […]


Artist’s Images Invite Audience to Re-imagine Effects of Conflict

WINSTON-SALEM – Curtis Mann’s photography transports you to memories of news reports from international war zones. Yet, when you study the images, you find a new mystifying narrative opens up. The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) will be opening a new photography exhibition Curtis Mann: Modifications on June 28. The […]


SECCA Holds Special Events for Families During the Summer

The following events are being held at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in July and August. SECCA is an affiliate of the N.C. Museum of Art, within the N.C. Department of Cultural Resources. SECCA is located at 750 Marguerite Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27101. *Tickets are available to purchase […]


SECCA Goes Green With a New Lighting System

WINSTON-SALEM – Imagine never having to change another light bulb. That’s just one of the advantages of the newly installed LED (light-emitting diode) lighting at The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA). SECCA, located at 750 Marguerite Drive near Wake Forest University, replaced more than 500 lights in public spaces (excluding the galleries […]


SECCA Works With Local High School Students to Create Large Wall Mural

WINSTON-SALEM – The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) recently held an artist residency at Ronald Reagan High School, located at 3750 Transou Road in Pfafftown. The residency by American paper artist Johannes VanDerBeek is part of SECCA’s ongoing educational outreach initiative called The Intersections Project (TIP). During the 3-day program, […]