Contemporary murals adorn the exteriors of buildings throughout West Jefferson and the High Country. But the walls inside a handful of churches offer stunning displays of an ancient technique.
Faith & Fellowship at Rufty’s Chrismon Shop
A shop in Salisbury has everything you need to make the ornaments that grace Christmas trees across the South with representations of Christianity.
Collecting Carolina: A Photo Essay
From UNC Chapel Hill’s Wilson Library — housing what’s believed to be the largest library collection in the country devoted to a single state — to personal troves of duck decoys, pottery pieces, trains, tractors, and more: Meet the passionate collectors who curate the past and present, the serious and curious, the tangible items that tell the story of life in North Carolina.
The Gallery Guides of Raleigh
Within the hushed and hallowed halls of the North Carolina Museum of Art, seasoned docents put visitors at ease. These dedicated volunteers connect residents of this state to the works of art we call our own — and remind us that each piece is something worth talking about.