education: North Carolina Pottery and History of Pottery

Developed for the eighth grade, this program uses examples from the Museum's 300-piece pottery collection to interpret the culture and lives of North Carolinians from the mid-1800s through the present day.

This program travels to schools for presentations to eighth grade classes. Home school groups and other small groups can experience the program at the Museum.

All of the Museum's programs are provided free of charge.

curricular criteria:

This program satisfies State of North Carolina history curriculum goals. It is aligned with the eighth grade course presentation on life in North Carolina during the early part of the 20th century.


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523 East Franklin St., Chapel Hill, NC 27514