Partners: Hunter Library, Mountain Heritage Center, Southern Highland Craft Guild, John C. Campbell Folk School, and Penland School of Crafts with funding from the State Library of North Carolina
Held at the Mountain Heritage Center on the campus Western Carolina University on April 2, 2008
Above: In spring 2008, Peter Koch, Education Associate at the Mountain Heritage Center, demonstrated how to make 360-degree rotations to submit to the Craft Revival database. At the camera is Deb Schillo, Librarian for the Southern Highland Craft Guild.
Below: At left, Deb Schillo works with Peter Koch as project partners as the Hunter Library Home Team look on. Twice each semester throughout the 4 years of the project, partners came together to discuss the project’s progress and to share ideas and new skills.