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Arrowmont Workshops Discounted for Sevier, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson and Knox Residents

Arrowmont Workshops Discounted for Sevier, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson and Knox Residents

Take advantage of Arrowmont’s local resident scholarship program and save big on Arrowmont workshops!

Residents of Sevier, Blount, Cocke, Jefferson and Knox Counties receive 50% tuition discount on Arrowmont workshops. Take this opportunity to use professionally equipped studios and learn from nationally and internationally practicing studio artists and university faculty.

Arrowmont offers weekend, one-week and two-week workshops. Choose from over 160 workshops in clay, basketry, book arts, drawing, enamels, fiber, glass, metals, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, and wood. Explore special topic courses including shoe making, banjo making, stone carving and more. Workshops are open to all skills levels, making it easy to find a class for everyone.

Register for Arrowmont workshops before Feb. 1, 2016, and save the $50 registration fee. For more information or to register, visit www.arrowmont.org or call (865) 436-5860.

Take a workshop with David Clemons, Don McGowan, Jered Sprecher, Ken Baskin, Kristin LeVier, Lauren DiCioccio, Lindsay Ketterer Gates, Michael Hosaluk, Randy Johnson, Steve Miller and many more.

“Arrowmont is a place for people who seek meaningful and energizing art experiences. It is a place for people of all ability levels, ages and backgrounds. It is a place where ideas and skills, seeing and creating come together in amazing ways,” said Executive Director Bill May.

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts enriches lives by developing aesthetic appreciation and fostering self-expression with hands-on experiences in a variety of media, classes, conferences and seminars. On the leading edge of arts education, Arrowmont utilizes contemporary and fine arts techniques to build upon a foundation of traditional arts and crafts.

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