FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact Evan Hatch, NC Folk Interim Director
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January 20, 2017
The North Carolina Folklife Institute (NC Folk) announces the opening of the classic photography exhibit North Carolina at Work: Cedric Chatterley’s Photos and Landscapes of Traditional Labor. Offered in partnership with the North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants (NCAPA), North Carolina at Work, will be shown in two parts in Spring 2017.
The exhibit will hang in the conference room at the E. Henry Estes Conference Center at 1121 Slater Road in Durham near Research Triangle Park. The first part of the exhibit is on display from January 23, 2017-April 7, 2017. The second part of the exhibit will be on display from April 17, 2017- July 7, 2017. The exhibit is open to the public M-F, 9AM-5PM weekly. It is strongly recommended visitors call the NCAPA offices at 919.479.1995 to confirm exhibit availability.
This exhibit is free and open to the public.
North Carolina at Work: Cedric Chatterley’s Portraits and Landscapes of Traditional Labor is a collection of 25 framed photographs by acclaimed documentarian Cedric Chatterley. The exhibit shows at-work images of North Carolinians across the state in their work environments — an oysterer thigh-deep in the sound, workers in a High Point furniture factory, apple pickers along the Blue Ridge Parkway. The photographs highlight the diversity of the physical landscapes and traditional labor in North Carolina, and honor people throughout the state’s strong sense of connection to place.
NCAPA is a professional association providing innovative solutions and CME to our members to enhance their careers and advocate for optimal health care. The North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants is the voice of PAs in North Carolina. Through our collective efforts, PAs are now recognized as a vital resource for the treatment of patients in North Carolina. TO learn more about NCAPA check out their website, www.ncapa.org.
The North Carolina Folklife Institute is a statewide non-profit arts organization dedicated to promoting the preservation, appreciation and understanding of North Carolina’s folk culture. NC Folk accomplishes this through five directives: artist assistance, performance and exhibit presentation, community documentation, creative interpretation, and community education.
Visit our website www.ncfolk.org to learn more about our organization.