Meet the artisans of works Made in Nature
ROCK HILL, SC – See diverse pieces from the Culture & Heritage Museums’ history collections and meet contemporary artisans at a reception for the museum’s newest exhibit, Made in Nature: Artisans, Handcrafts and Their Ties to the Land, 6-8 p.m. Friday, March 13. The Made in Nature exhibit opens to the public on March 14.
See how people have harvested our natural resources and creatively engineered them into objects both beautiful and functional. Works on display include furniture, quilts, baskets, pottery and ironware.
At the reception, local artisans such as instrument-maker Ken Bloom, Catawba potter Margaret Robbins and woodworker Paul Basehore will demonstrate their crafts and their works will be on sale in the Museum Gift Shop. Visit the museum’s other galleries and learn about summer programs for all ages. Beverages and hors d’oeuvres featuring local foods provided.
Reservations for the reception are required by March 9 by calling 803.329.2121.
Cost $15; CHM members FREE.
Sponsored by ‘Becca and Harry Dalton, Will Close and the CHM Leadership Circle: Duke Energy, Rock Hill Coca-Cola Bottling Co., and Williams & Fudge, Inc.
Made in Nature Reception
6-8 p.m. Friday, March 13
Museum of York County
4621 Mount Gallant Road, Rock Hill, SC
The Culture & Heritage Museums are managed by the York County Culture and Heritage Commission (CHC), chartered in 1997 by the York County, South Carolina, Council. The Culture and Heritage Foundation supports the CHC, its museums and the future museum being developed on the Catawba River at I-77.