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My Arts Story: Katherine Mooring

Consultant and Partner with The ACGG’s New Creative Investment Growing up surrounded by a family deeply rooted in the arts, I learned early on the profound impact creativity can have

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My Arts Story: Jamilla Pinder

Board Member at The ACGG In my role as the Director of Equity and Community Engagement at Cone Health Foundation, I’ve had the privilege of navigating the intersections between healthcare

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My Arts Story: Andrena Coleman

Board Member at The ACGG My involvement in the arts ties together different threads of my life, not unlike the quilts I make.  During my time at Bennett College, I

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My Arts Story: Josie Greenwald

Development Manager at The ACGG I’ve never really considered myself an artist. Music has always been an important part of my life, from being a Swiftie to pursuing a degree

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My Arts Story: Denny Kelly

Chair of the Sternberger Artists Center Commission and Supporter of The ACGG I believe that the arts are the heart and soul of any community. Across time, various art forms

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My Arts Story: Jeremiah Meyer

Art Student Having been born and raised in Greensboro, I feel an affinity for the art scene here, be it the visual arts, performing arts, you name it. I am a

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My Arts Story: Kami Rowan

Guitarist, Professor, and Board Member at The ACGG As an artist and arts educator, my life is full of connections, collaborations, and community. I’m a classical guitarist who loves teaching

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My Arts Story: Joy Thompson

Artist Services & Community Engagement Coordinator My parents are musically-inclined baby-boomers, so I grew up being exposed to some of the best soul classics of all time. From Al Green

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My Arts Story: Nobel Stanley

2023 Development Intern Throughout my life, I have always been drawn to the arts. Music stuck out to me at a young age. I remember being overwhelmed with joy in

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