Ohio-born photographer Albert Ewing traveled the countryside at the turn of the 20th century and captured the daily lives of those who lived and worked in southeast Ohio, West Virginia, and along the Ohio River. Faces of Appalachia: Photographs by Albert J. Ewing is the first exhibit of his work.
Faces of Appalachia features:
More than 200 images from the Ewing collection that document the everyday lives of people in the region.
Ewing's original glass-plate negatives, which have never been exhibited before.
An interactive 1890s photography studio, with props and vintage clothing, where you can create your own old-time photographs.
A hands-on storyboard area where you can search through photos mounted on magnetic sheets, post them on a board and create your own captions or stories.