Organized by the Wilson Museum and curated by former museum director Amy Moorefield, this group exhibition features internationally renowned artists whose work explores notions of home and place. Selected exhibiting artists include: Betsy Hale Bannan (Roanoke), Honor Bowman (McComb, Mississippi), Betty Branch (Roanoke), Christine Carr (Roanoke), Genesis Chapman (Bent Mountain), Travis Head (Blacksburg), Susan Jamison (Roanoke), Michael-Birch Pierce (Richmond), Kristin Skees (Hampton Roads), Nan Mahone Welborn (Roanoke), Susan Worsham (Richmond), and Annie Waldrop (Roanoke). The exhibition also presents the Web-based survey project Looking at the Land - 21st Century American Views. Featuring eighty-eight contemporary image makers, the project explores the evolving tradition of landscape photography and was curated by Andy Adams, publisher of FlakPhoto, produced in collaboration with Swink and Trapp Interactive. Working in diverse media, the artists of Home Sweet Home present projected images, fabric and mixed-media installations, photography, painting, sculpture, and performances addressing issues that speak to our concepts of family, domesticity, and the immediate environments where we live, work, and play.