- Chicken and Pastry, or What Have You
This exhibition introduces the history and process of Chicken and Pastry making through both written and visual documentation. Edith Green, of Columbus County, North Carolina, is pictured teaching Anna Scott her traditional recipe.
- Gordon’s Net Works
This exhibition is a profile of Gordon Winfree and his shop, Gordon’s Net Works, located near Shallotte and Holden Beach, North Carolina.
- The East Arcadia Blue Monday Shad Fry, 2013
The East Arcadia Blue Monday Shad Fry takes place every year on the Monday after Easter. Today, it is organized by George Graham, Jerry Graham, Jesse Blanks and Earl Brown. This online exhibition briefly documents the origins and present day (2013) practice of the shad fry.
- North Carolina Heritage Awards
The North Carolina Heritage Award, a program of the N.C. Arts Council, honors active traditional artists; recognizes artistic excellence in a traditional art; celebrates contributions to communities; and promotes North Carolina’s cultural heritage.
- North Carolina at Work: Cedric Chatterley’s Portraits and Landscapes of Traditional Labor
The North Carolina at Work exhibit, designed to both honor work traditions in the state and to encourage conversations about work’s connection to our land, economy, and community, consists of portraits by acclaimed photographer Cedric Chatterley.
- Audio Exhibit: Changing Faces of Tradition (Podcasts)