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- Event: When All God’s Children Get Together Exhibit
WCU’s Mountain Heritage Center will host the exhibit “When All God’s Children Get Together,” celebrating the cultural and musical traditions of the region’s African-American community, as seen in this 1915 photo of William Bowens, an Andrews businessman, and William Cleveland “Cleve” Miller, a veteran of World War I and grandfather of the curator, Ann Miller Woodford.
The exhibit examines musical traditions of African-Americans as practiced at home, work, churches and schools. The Andrews native has conducted extensive research, historical documentation and interviews on African-American history, life and traditions in the mountains.
“When All God’s Children Get Together” will open in the center’s exhibit space on the second floor of Hunter Library.
Mountain Heritage Center at Western Carolina University