CRAFT HISTORY: Preserving Your Personal Legacy
Kentucky craft artists and family members are encouraged to attend this workshop to learn how to document and plan for the preservation of artisan records. Topics will cover information about the Kentucky Craft History and Education Association, Community Scholars & Oral Histories, collecting and placing materials with collections and repositories. Resource materials will also be provided.
Saturday, March 4, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea
200 Artisan Way, Private Dining Room
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Our Kentucky Craft History is documented and preserved through:
The individual stories of artists, leaders and significant contributors
The documents, publications, photographs, and written papers that record the details of events, institutions, and craft artists
The crafts, tools, and materials that illuminate the traditional and creative processes
If you are a craft artist, administrator, or craft enthusiast, KCHEA encourages you to think about ways in which you can identify your own craft history. We hope you will make a plan to document your personal stories and protect the artifacts that are an integral part of conserving the HISTORY of CRAFT and their contribution to KENTUCKY'S HERITAGE.
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