1986 - First Year to Receive National Attention
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1986 was Green Hill's first year:

  • to receive $11,646 in funding from the Institue of Museum Services, a federal agency.  There were only 14 North Carolina institutions to receive this operating support grant and Green Hill Center was a first-time recipient receving a full request.
  • to receive a critical review of an exhibition in a national art magazine, "The New Art Examiner."
  • of involvement with video as a teaching tool at the Center. 
  • of an educational hands-on exhibit on print making processes for school gorups.
  • to receive national recognition through major network television coverage on the CBS "Sunday Morning with Charles Kurault," reating a national viewing audience of millions.

To see other notable milestones from the past 40 years, check out our special 40th anniversary page: Click Here

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