List of Assets by Category

Major Medical Centers

1891       Novant Health (originally Twin City Hospital):

1902       Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center:

Major Medical Centers

1891   Novant Health (originally Twin City Hospital)  alt text
1902   Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center  alt text

Sports Organizations

1938    Bowman Gray Stadium   alt text
1945    Winston-Salem Dash  alt text
            (Class A Advanced Baseball Team, FarmTeam for Chicago White Sox)
1951    Winston-Salem Fairgrounds and Annex  alt text
1968    BB&T Field   alt text
1989    Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum   alt text
            (Wake Forest University)
2010    BB&T Ballpark   alt text
2011    Wake Forest Tennis Center   alt text
           (Home of the Winston-Salem Open)
2017    National Cycling Center   alt text

Outdoor Venues

1909   Crossnore School and Children’s Home  alt text

1911    Reynolda Estate and Gardens   alt text

1928    Graylyn Estate   alt text

1950   Winston Lake    alt text

1932   Salem Lake   alt text

1859   Tanglewood Park  alt text

1980’s   Winston Square Park Amphitheater   alt text

2017   Quarry Park   alt text

Philanthropic Foundations


Chatham Foundation

DataMax Foundation   alt text

Golden Leaf Foundation   alt text

James G. Hanes Memorial Fund


John W. and Anna Hodgin Hanes Foundation

Kate Bitting Reynolds Charitable Trust   alt text

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation   alt text

Winston-Salem Foundation   alt text

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation  alt text

Entrepreneurial Ecosystem


Agile City

Artivate   alt text

Artists Thrive   alt text

Center for Creative Economy   alt text

Creative Catalyst Initiative   alt text

Creative Community Lab  alt text

E Tour Me   alt text

EMC Arts  alt text

Venture Cafe   alt text

Winston Starts  alt text

Cultural, Arts & Historic Treasures

1753  Bethabara Historical Park  alt text

1766  Old Salem  alt text

1859  Tanglewood Park  alt text

1880  Horne Creek Living Historical Farm  alt text

1880  Korner’s Folly  alt text

1911  Shamrock Mills Building
           (first home of Hanes Hosiery):
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            1945  Sawtooth School of Visual Art
                       (started in 1945 as Arts & Crafts Workshop)
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            2010  Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts
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                       and HanesBrands Theatre
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1915   Reynolda Gardens  alt text

1917   Reynolda Village  alt text

1917   Reynolda House  alt text

1927   Graylyn Estate
           (Graylyn International Conference Center)
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1929  R. J. Reynolds Building
            (model for The Empire State Building)
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1929  James G. Hanes Home
            (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art [SECCA], 1956)
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1946  Winston-Salem Symphony  alt text

1949  Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County
          (America’s first arts council; led the movement nationally from Winston-Salem)

1950  Old Salem Museum & Gardens  alt text

1956 Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) alt text

1963  Anthropology Museum of Wake Forest University  alt text
            (formerly Museum of Man)

1963  Piedmont Craftsmen, Inc.  alt text

1964  Kaleideum  alt text

1965  Museum of Early Southern Decorative Art (MESDA)  alt text

1967  Reynolda House Museum of American Art  alt text

1972  Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts, Inc.  alt text

1978  Piedmont Opera Theatre  alt text

1979  N. C. Black Repertory Company
          (first professional Black theatre company in N. C.)
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1983  Roger L. Stevens Center for the Performing Arts of UNCSA  alt text

1984  Graylyn International Conference Center  alt text

1989  National Black Theatre Festival  alt text

1990  Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem State University  alt text

1990  Piedmont Wind Symphony  alt text

1992  “Festival of Lights” at Tanglewood Park  alt text

2001  Charlotte and Philip Hanes Gallery  alt text

2004  Bookmarks  alt text

2005  Winston Cup Museum & Event Center  alt text

2010  a/perture Cinema  alt text

2011  Peppercorn Children’s Theatre (of Kaleideum)  alt text

2012  Muse Winston-Salem  alt text
            (Originally the New Winston Museum) 

2015  Center for Design Innovation  alt text

2016  Kaleideum
            (formerly SciWorks and Nature Science Center, 1964; Children’s Museum, 2004)
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2017  Media + Emerging Technology Lab (METL)  alt text

2018  Ramkat  alt text

Community Organizations

Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County  alt text

Crisis Control Ministry   alt text

Forsyth Futures   alt text

Gateway YWCA   alt text

Housing Authority of Winston-Salem   alt text

Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts   alt text

Leadership Winston-Salem   alt text

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina   alt text

Senior Services, Inc.   alt text

The Millennium Fund

United Way of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County   alt text

Wake Forest University Center for Entrepreneurship   alt text

Wake Forest University Center for Private Business   alt text

Winston-Salem Urban League   alt text

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina   alt text

Higher Education Institutions

1772    Salem Academy & College    alt text
            (oldest school for women and girls in America)

1834    Wake Forest University    alt text
            (ranked among top national universities)

1892    Winston-Salem State University  alt text
            (the 2020 top-ranked HBCU in America)

1945    Carolina University  alt text
            (enrolls students from more than 100 countries)

1960    Forsyth Technical Community College    alt text
            (one of the largest in North Carolina)

1963    University of North Carolina School of the Arts    alt text
            (America’s first public arts conservatory)


Archives Digital Collection of UNCSA   alt text

Moravian Archives   alt text

Moravian Music Foundation   alt text

Moving Images Archives of UNCSA   alt text

Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts Archives (MESDA)   alt text

N.C. Room of the Forsyth County Library  alt text

Old Salem Museum & Gardens Archives  alt text

Reynolda House Archives   alt text

Salem Academy and College Archives   alt text

Tattoo Archive   alt text

The Wachovia Historical Society   alt text

UNCSA Archives   alt text

Wake Forest University Archives   alt text

Winston-Salem State University Archives   alt text

Festivals & Events

Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors   alt text

Carolina Classic Fair   alt text

Gears and Guitars   alt text

Hispanic League’s Annual Fiesta   alt text

Music Carolina  alt text

National Black Theatre Festival   alt text

National Sports Media Association Annual Conference   alt text

North Carolina Wine Festival at Tanglewood Park   alt text

OUT at the Movies International LGBTQ Film Festival  alt text

Piedmont Craftsmen’s Fair   alt text

Pride Festival and Parade   alt text

RiverRun International Film Festival   alt text

Tanglewood Park Festival of Lights   alt text

Texas Pete Spirits of Summer   alt text

The Nutcracker   alt text

Winston-Salem Air Show   alt text

Winston-Salem Cycling Classic   alt text

Winston-Salem Open   alt text

Economic Development Organizations

Agile City

Creative Center of North Carolina, Inc.
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Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership
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Greater Winston-Salem, Inc.
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NAACP, Winston-Salem Chapter
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North Carolina Department of Commerce alt text

Piedmont Triad Film Commission
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Piedmont Triad Partnership
(Carolina CORE)

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Visit Winston-Salem
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Visit North Carolina
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Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce
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Winston-Salem Urban League
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