Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts is a national art education
center. The School offers weekend, one- and two-week workshops for the
beginner to advanced artist, taught by national and international
practicing studio artists and university faculty. Students work and
learn in professionally equipped studios on a 14-acre residential campus
in Gatlinburg, TN. A series of weekly classes are also offered for
residents of the local community. Workshops and classes are offered in
ceramics, fiber, metals/jewelry, painting, drawing, photography, warm
glass, woodturning, woodworking, mixed media, books and paper.

Our Artists-in-Residence Program provides a supportive, stimulating
work and learning environment for five early-career artists during a
year-long residency. Conferences and symposia bring together artists,
art educators, collectors and others to work in the studios, engage in
dialogue about making art and to discuss issues and trends in the field.

Sandra J. Blain GalleryThe
public is welcome year-round to visit the campus and view artwork by
local, national and international artists in the School’s five
galleries, which offer a full schedule of changing exhibitions, attend
evening presentations, and visit the Artists-in-Residence studios. The
Marian Heard Library and Resource Center includes print and electronic
materials for research, and displays work from the School’s permanent
collection. The Artist Outfitters Store offers tools and supplies for
students on campus and artists in the community, as well as offering for
sale selected artwork from past Artists-in-Residence.
ArtReach, a collaboration with the Sevier County Schools, provides
nearly 1,200 students, grades 4-12, with an in-depth, full day art
workshop at Arrowmont each year.

Early registration ends FEB 1st!

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