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HISTORY IN ART: High Point’s Preservation Projects Photography from classes at HPU and GTCC

Thursday, January 23 -
Friday, March 27, 2020

Theatre Art Galleries
220 E. Commerce Ave
High Point, NC 27260

Cost: Free

The exhibit features the work of two photography classes, one from High Point University and one from Guilford Technical Community College. Each class recorded images of key preservation projects in our city. The students from HPU learned about architecture in the area and how to properly record information through photographs for future researchers to utilize in preservation efforts. The GTCC students depicted the beauty of the city’s buildings and their settings. Thirty photographs of High Point landmarks are included in the exhibit. The photos include images of Central High School, the Dalton-Bell Cameron House, the Ecker House, Hedgecock Farm, High Point Rail Passenger Depot, the Lindsay House, the Little Red Schoolhouse, Oakwood Cemetery and the Reverend Blair/John Coltrane Home.  In collaboration with the High Point Preservation Society.

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336-887-2137 | www.tagart.com