September 14, 2006 - January 11, 2007
If the quaint stone walls dotting the landscape of Chapel Hill could talk--what a story they would tell! Tales of history and humanity, folklore and family life, politics and personalities are recounted and preserved eloquently at the Chapel Hill Museum. From North Carolina's art pottery to James Taylor's life story, from Paul Green's legacy to Ruth Faison Shaw's limitless imagination, the Chapel Hill Museum showcases the history of the region in all of its vibrant shapes, forms and colors. With permanent installations, special exhibitions, and interactive educational programs, the Chapel Hill Museum brings the area's history and culture to life.
On September 14, 2006, Chapel Hill Museum will celebrate its tenth anniversary with the opening of Chapel Hill Museum: A Retrospective; 1996-2006. Join the Museum's extensive family of founders, staff members, past and current trustees and exhibitors while we walk down our very own memory lane.