Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Winston Salem

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The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) is a multimedia contemporary art gallery in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

SECCA has no permanent collection but offers exhibitions of works by artists with regional, national, and international recognition. Although founded as a private institution, it became an operating entity of the North Carolina Museum of Art under the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources in 2007. Admission is free.

SECCA has been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) since 1979, one of only 300 museums in the United States to earn this distinction.
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  • This was our first visit to this museum, and will not be our last. This museum is free, with a modest suggested donation. We really enjoyed touring the fantastic mansion that was built in the 1930’s.....  more »
  • Like coming here to see the show. Always interesting and sometimes controversial but fun and enjoyable. Many mediums presented in this very modern building. Attractive spot for private oarties  more »
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  • This is one of the great benefits living in Greensboro, the parks and trail you can go to see. I love the varieties of plants, trees and flowers that all have signs and labels.The fountain, the gazebo, the biggest chimes, the sages under the big trees and all the benches are so perfect to sit down and just relax.
  • Great place to bring all ages. I have 2 boys under 14 that absolutely loved roaming around the gallery. Very open and kid friendly. I have been going there since I was 12 and always amazed at the different types of art they have...always something to keep you interested and coming back for more. They also have a family art day on Saturday's. Check out their website. I'm sure you won't go away disappointed. Thank you 👍

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