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Gaines Kiker's route to becoming a silversmith included earning a fine arts degree in metal design from East Carolina University, apprenticeship with silversmith Ubaldo Vitali, and study in Italy.
The efforts of Mary Myers Dwelle in 1936 saved the crumbling Federal Mint building in Charlotte from destruction and led to its rehabilitation. Today the Mint Museum of Art is one of the Southeast's outstanding art museums.
To visit at Christmastime the Moravian village of Old Salem in Winston-Salem is to step back a century and experience Christmas without modern-day traditions or conveniences.
The Dunhill Hotel, originally called the Mayfield Manor when it opened in 1929, is a 100-by-30-foot, eleven-story structure in uptown Charlotte that surrounds guests with the amenities of an old-time hotel.
The John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown and the Penland School of Crafts in Penland are schools where professional artists create and beginners can explore new skills for their own growth and enjoyment. Classes include weaving, pottery, and photography.