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Reynolda House Museum of American Art news & notables. "Dorothea Lange's America" on view through 12/30. Find our stories on the Reynolda Revealed app.
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Decorating this bungalow for Christmas takes a group effort! Our Collections team and Docent-Volunteers carefully decked the (Reception) Hall, staircases, and more! See Reynolda at Christmas this season during one of our many holiday-inspired events at
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Reynolda House Nov 14
Tomorrow at 6 p.m.: We’re excited to welcome bestselling author Liza Mundy as she discusses her book “Code Girls.” Get inspired with Mundy and these amazing codebreaking women of World War II, presented with . 💪💪💪 Tickets at
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Reynolda House Nov 13
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Update: Reynolda House will remain closed through the day.
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Reynolda House Nov 13
Caroling Fridays are back at ! Join friends old and new in the Reception Hall of Reynolda to sing along with Christmas carols played on the Aeolian organ, led by Museum staff and special guests. No advance purchase required! Begins Nov 23 through Dec 21 at 2:45 p.m.
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Reynolda House Nov 13
Reynolda House will be closed this morning, November 13, due to a power outage in the area. If you purchased tickets in advance to "Dorothea Lange's America," we will honor them through December 30. Please watch this post for further updates as we get them. Thank you.
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Reynolda House Nov 10
Tonight! We’re twisting the night away into Reynolda’s second century. As a heads up, our annual fundraiser is happening tonight on our front lawn 7 p.m. We’d love to see you on the dance floor next year’s celebration — find out how you can get involved at
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Reynolda House Nov 9
Welcome, Jon! 👋 👋 👋 We're excited to announce our new Director of , Jon Roethling. Jon will soon oversee all 129 acres that encompass the Gardens including the formal gardens, conservatory, wooded trails, and wetlands. Read more at
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Reynolda House Nov 5
— serving up brisk walks with pops of color for over 100 autumns. Show us your favorite spots along the estate by tagging your photos and videos with .
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Reynolda House Nov 3
Tomorrow: Join us for our final movie in our Sunday Afternoon Film Series — we’ll be screening “The Grapes of Wrath” (1940) presented with commentary by David Lubin, the Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art at Wake Forest University. Tickets at
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Reynolda House Nov 1
“Life, for people, begins to crumble on the edges; they don't realize it” — Discover more of Lange’s beautifully sad photographs in “Dorothea Lange’s America” — on view through December 30. Tickets at
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Reynolda House Oct 31
Happy , all witches, fairies, elves, goblins, hobgoblins, ghosts, and choice spirits of darkness! We love this invitation sent by Katharine and R.J. to their bash in 1916 at their home on 666 West Fifth Street in
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Bookmarks Oct 30
will be talking about CODE GIRLS at on Thursday, November 15. We're excited about the Young Readers version of this book so even more readers can learn about these incredible women! Ticketed event; visit for details.
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Reynolda House Oct 30
Who knew had ghosts in its paintings? Here’s a look back at docent-volunteer extraordinaire Mac Mitchell in 2016 telling his experience with one school group and their encounter with a pentimento. Have you spotted ? Let us know! Happy !
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Reynolda House Oct 29
"Women's Page" (1905) by is a Monday mood — just in time , a kitten pawing at the boy in the unmade bed just left of center.
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Reynolda House Oct 29
Opening today at the Charlotte & Philip Hanes Art Gallery at — "Walker Evans: Landscapes in Transition" showcases the photographer's interest in vernacular architecture & signage at the height of the Great Depression. A great visit alongside "Dorothea Lange's America"
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Reynolda House Oct 27
Say it ain’t so — we’re nearing the end of our Sunday Afternoon Film Series! Join us tmrw at 2 for a screening of “I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang,” presented w/ commentary from Dale Pollock, filmmaker & professor at School of Filmmaking. Tix →
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Reynolda House Oct 26
“Witch Duck Creek” by Joshua Shaw gives the chills — and for good reason. Witchduck Point in Virginia was the site of the witchcraft trials of Grace Sherwood in 1705. Sherwood was subjected to an ordeal by water, but swam to safety signaling her guilt.
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Reynolda House Oct 25
On this , we’re going back to 1916 at the Reynolds’s home on Fifth Street in . Nancy Reynolds recalls that party 1916 party: "[The basement had] dummies, or stockings with sand in them... And you touched the banister of the stairs and got an electric shock!"
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Reynolda House Oct 24
What’s better than hot cider, music, and pumpkin painting? Waived admission tomorrow tonight to Reynolda! Join us tomorrow for our final Pay What You Wish Thursdays Presented by for a special after hours look at “Dorothea Lange’s America” and your favorite fall activities!
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Our State Magazine Oct 22
Enter for a chance to win a fall getaway to historic Winston-Salem, complete with admission to and .
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