How to stay connected on opening night!
As you are all aware, we are gearing up for the opening of our full scale museum exhibition tomorrow evening! We are all very excited! I know that many readers tune in to this blog to receive updates. But, for […]
Details for Friday’s Opening
We are so delighted that so many of you will be joining us this Friday evening, February 21, 2014, to celebrate the opening of the museum exhibition, Cedars in the Pines: The Lebanese in North Carolina, 130 Years of History. Preliminary […]
Museum Exhibit: By the numbers
Preparing for the exhibit has been years in the making. Here’s a quick peek at the final number of materials we used!
Museum Exhibit: Promotional Flyer
With great thanks to the talented Parsa Beheshti Shirazi, a graphic designer, architect and graduate research assistant at NC State University, we are proud to share our flyer and the cover of our exhibit program. Thank you to our sponsors: […]
You’re invited to an early opening!
The first exhibition to commemorate the history of Lebanese immigrants who have made North Carolina their homes since the 1880s will open Saturday, February 22, at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh and will run through August 31, 2014. Admission is […]
Museum Exhibit: Press Release
Check out the Press Release for a full description of the forthcoming museum exhibit, and the website for more information.
February is Museum Month!
We are so excited to present a month filled with facts, figures, information, images and stories from the upcoming full-scale museum exhibition Cedars in the Pines at the North Carolina Museum of History where they have posted ours on their exhibits list. […]
The year of the exhibit
We are a few weeks into 2014 and we are excited to share another year with all our readers, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter followers! Our new year is filled fresh goals, partnerships and cultural exchanges. As you’re all aware, The […]
Museum Update 4: Objects! Artifacts! Memorabilia!
Guest Blogger: Margie Merod, Assistant Director, The Lebanese in North Carolina Project No matter what you call them, we are collecting them! We’re finally at one of the most anticipated and important points in the exhibit preparation: Artifact Collection. Artifacts […]
Museum Update 3: Oral Histories
This post was written by guest blogger Darby Reiners, an MA Candidate in Public History at NC State University. This summer Katie Vanhoy, Kathy Gleditsch, and I worked on going through the oral history collection for the Cedars in the […]