Crossroads Carnegie Art Center

Crossroads Carnegie
Art Center

Timber Culture From the Maxville Heritage Center

Timber Culture From the Maxville Heritage Center

Curated by: The Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center Exhibit Dates: May 4 through May 26 Opening Reception: May 4th, 5:30 - 8pm Artist talk: 5:30pm with Gwendolyn Trice, Executive Director of the Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center - and "The Logger's Daughter," an Oregon Experience, a PBS documentary. Location: Crossroads Carnegie Art Center, 2020 Auburn Ave., Baker City, OR Gallery Hours: Monday through Saturday 10 - 5pm The exhibition is made possible through the generosity of Rob & Dianne Ellingson Timber Culture is an exhibit providing an inclusive look at Oregon’s multicultural logging industry. Consisting of twenty framed photographs, and several artifacts, depicting the lives of loggers and their families drawn together from different cultures during the great migration. The exhibit is created by the Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center, which seeks to gather, catalog, preserve, and interpret the rich history of the multicultural logging community of Maxville, Oregon, as well as similar communities in the Pacific Northwest.