Note: this is a past event.
Textile collector and world traveler Carol Pinnell will give a lecture on ethnic textiles and will show some of the items from her personal collection! The public is invited to bring a favourite piece of folk art to share and/or have identified after the talk.
This talk is held in conjunction with our current folk art exhibit, “Working with Tradition: Folk Artists of Washington State”.
This event will take place at the museum on January 7th, 2012 at 1 p.m.
Event is included in regular cost of museum admission.
Street parking at metered spaces is FREE on Saturdays!
This exhibit ran from November 15th, 2011 to February 18th, 2012.
Beginning November 15th, 2011, the Washington State Historical Society‘s traveling exhibit Working with Tradition will be on display in the north-west gallery. This exhibit will explore the “hand-made” traditions carried on by artists in Washington State. Exhibit panels around the gallery will describe fourteen folk artists’ work. Examples of folk art from the museum’s own collection will also be featured.
This exhibit is brought to the Clark County Historical Museum through the generous support of Humanities Washington with media support from the Vancouver Business Journal.