exhibits

Current Exhibits

 
 

Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers

Levine Museum's centerpiece exhibit and the nation's most comprehensive interpretation of post-Civil War Southern history featuring more than 1000 artifacts, images, video clips, music, and oral histories.
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Sep272015
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Oct302016

¡NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South

In September 2015 Levine Museum of the New South launches a major exhibit of national significance. ¡NUEVOlution! Latinos and the New South will explore the surprising ways that Latinos are shaping the South and the South is shaping Latinos.
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Apr232016
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Nov052016

Cotton & Collards: Unearthing Stories of Home Through Kitchens and Closets

In the South, cotton and collard greens evoke stories across generations from residents and immigrants, tourists and travelers, pasts and presents. Through an innovative, collaborative arts and oral history project titled "Cotton & Collards: Unearthing Stories of Home Through Kitchens and Closets," students have learned about and considered connections between food, clothing and home, and what that means to us as individuals.
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Jul162016
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Oct162016

A Milestone in History: You Should Have Seen What I've Heard

Levine Museum presents a small collection of photographs from the World Famous Milestone Club.
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Sep242016
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Feb262017

Nowhere | Now Here

Created by UNC Charlotte Levine Scholar Victoria Byers and 15 students of Mexican and Honduran descent, this series of photographs depicts the lives and relationships of a community of Hispanic immigrants in small-town North Carolina.
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