ARTS AND ENTERTAIMENT: Mars Hill is the Place to Find Weaving and Music This Spring

By D. Lanier Shook                                                            January 26, 2014

A few weeks ago we shared about the Madison County Visitor’s Center in Mars Hill. (Click here to read the article.) One thing we mentioned was Mars Hill University’s collection of regional history and crafts. That is on display through August in the exhibition “Interwoven:  Coverlets, Ballads, and America’s Discovery of Madison County Folklife.”

This exhibit tells the story of Madison County’s arts and crafts heritage. It shares how the rest of the nation discovered it and the impact that discovery had. You can find out more about the exhibition’s location and hours by clicking here to visit the Rural Life Museum’s website.

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