Friday, 30 December 2016

Think Big 1 and 2 starting January 5th!

Ben Carter and Molly Hatch are running a new session of THINK BIG! and Think Big 2 at the same time! So if you missed out on the opportunity to take one of these in the past, your opportunity is here to take the series you missed starting January 5th, 2017!

All content available through March 30, 2017. Remember, you get to work at your own pace!

How does the E-Series work?

Each week Ben Carter or Molly Hatch host a themed conversation built around a topic that will help you discover ways to find new audiences, market your business and sell your work. These interviews are available at your own pace and will be released once a week for six consecutive weeks. After all the lectures have been posted, you will STILL have an additional six weeks to access course information and bonus materials to continue work AT YOUR OWN PACE!

Participants are encouraged to discuss the videos each week with a prompted discussion group online. Through the discussion board you can connect with other members of the series and reflect on questions and new ideas that come up for you each week. Molly and Ben will be watching the group discussions and joining in to add our experience with the topic. The discussions are ongoing and accessible throughout the entire series, so you can participate at your own pace, regardless of your time zone.

In addition to the weekly interviews and discussions downloadable worksheets will help you work through topics each week and generate task lists for getting your goals achieved! The worksheets are for you to keep and work through as you engage with the course material. By the end of the six weeks, you will have gathered new thoughts and ideas, and you will have a clear direction moving forward in your creative business--on to BIG THINGS

Find out more here.

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

movie day: The Ceramic Presence in Modern Art

Over the last 25 years, Linda Leonard Schlenger has amassed one of the most important collections of contemporary ceramics in the country. This exhibition features over 80 objects from the Schlenger collection by leading 20th-century ceramicists—including John Mason, Jim Melchert, Kenneth Price, Lucie Rie, and Peter Voulkos—alongside works in other media from the Yale University Art Gallery’s permanent collection by artists such as Hans Hofmann, Willem de Kooning, Isamu Noguchi, Mark Rothko, and Edward Ruscha. Although critically lauded within the studio-craft movement, works by these ceramicists are only now coming to be recognized as integral to the wider field of contemporary art. By interspersing these exceptional examples of the medium with other objects from this period, including painting, sculpture, and works on paper, this exhibition aims to reexamine the position of postwar ceramic sculpture within the context of contemporary art, highlighting the formal, historical, and theoretical affinities among the works on view.

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

call for exhibition proposals NCECA

Prospectus For 2018 Concurrent Exhibition Proposals
DEADLINE: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 (EST)

52st ANNUAL NCECA CONFERENCE: CrossCurrents: Clay and Culture
Wednesday March 14 – Saturday, March 17, 2018
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The exhibition and expansion of contemporary ceramic practice will include diverse approaches to ideas and senses of materiality involving clay and process. NCECA’s annual conference is enriched by the innovation and vision that emerges from our community to present ceramic art of the highest caliber in the form of Concurrent Exhibitions (CEs). These exhibitions make ceramic art visible and accessible to communities in which the conference is based. Concurrent Exhibitions also provide a platform for participating artists to engage with the global audience of ceramic enthusiasts to expand, challenge, and celebrate critical and aesthetic horizons of art made with clay. NCECA promotes Concurrent Exhibitions through the print conference guide, app, website, Blog and social media. While NCECA makes efforts to cluster the shows within art/ cultural districts to maximize viewer attendance, it is not able to guarantee that all exhibition venues will be included on tour routes.

2018 Exhibitions Focus
NCECA seeks exhibition proposals that incorporate clay as the principal medium of expression and have conceptual resonance with the theme of its 52nd annual conference, CrossCurrents: Clay and Culture. The conference will take place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in March 2018. Cross-currents within Pittsburgh’s three rivers are traversed by 446 bridges. These natural and cultural features are vibrant metaphors for the intersectionality, significance, and experience of different cultural constructs. Traditions and innovations coexist throughout the ceramic medium’s history. Our creative work with ceramic art in the 21st century can be a catalyst to generate dialog and empathy. When art grapples with change through underrepresented ideas, new models of creating, teaching, and learning, it has the capacity to crystalize experiences of diversity and notions of community. Through these exhibitions, NCECA hopes to share and promote innovative approaches to ceramic art that explore and highlight the experiences of diverse cultures within a dynamic society.

Thursday, 22 December 2016

international residency opportunity: Montana State University

Summer residency Sessions at Watershed

Watershed’s summer sessions provide time and space for small groups of up to 15 artists to step away from their daily routines, immerse themselves in their work, and make new connections within the clay community.  During a residency, artists work independently in our large communal studio.  Most of the summer sessions are organized by artists—who propose a theme related to clay and recruit four to eight other artists to join them. The balance of participants in a session (seven to ten more artists) register here on our website, drawn by a shared interest in the session theme. Once in residence, all of the session’s artists work side-by-side in the Watershed studios.

During a summer session, you will have unlimited time to work and dialog in the studio alongside other artists-in-residence, along with 3 delicious meals a day, and comfortable accommodations in shared or private housing. When reviewing session options, consider choosing a theme that resonates with you, whether you want to delve more deeply into that focus or follow your own path of inquiry once you are here.

Watershed residencies are filled on a first-come, first served basis.  Simply fill out the registration form and submit your deposit.  Visit our housing and fees page to review the costs of attending a residency.  Please note that all artists are required to live on campus during a session. For those interested in applying for merit-based or need-based financial aid, the yearly application deadline is February 15 with awards announced in mid-March.

View details on their website on each of our 2017 summer sessions and register early to reserve your spot.

Sunday, 18 December 2016

residency opportunity: Red Lodge Clay Center

The Long-Term Residency (September 1 - July 31) is ideal for committed individuals interested in pursuing the development of their professional, artistic careers. We accept applications from emerging, post-bacc, post-grad, and artists with equivalent educations. Individuals searching for the time, space, and resources needed to explore new ideas and create work will enjoy our friendly community and the rural mountainous setting. Accepted residents will be provided with studio space, furnished private apartments in a large house downtown, utilities, and a monthly stipend in exchange for twenty hours of work per week at the Clay Center. Responsibilities will include assisting in the retail operation of the gallery, teaching community clay classes, as well as cleaning and maintenance of the studio and gallery. Residents will be responsible for personal living expenses, as well as all material and firing expenses. The application deadline is February 1st annually.

Red Lodge Clay Center

Saturday, 17 December 2016

call for entry: SIP

Visiting Artist Workshop with Kyungmin Park


Saturday, March 4, 2017, 10:00am to 5:00pm


Ceramics Program, 224 Western Avenue, Allston, MA 02134
Presented by: Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
Workshop Description:
Sculptor Kyungmin Park will demonstrate the construction of her figurative sculptures in porcelain in this one-day workshop. Park will demonstrate how to achieve crisp lines and clean, tight surfaces with simple tools. She will also explore conceptual ideas and talk about the importance of facial expression and symbology within her work. From Park, "A child's untamed imagination can create a new and exciting owrld out of a single object. The combination of an uncorrupted point of view, a strong imagination, overflowing curiosity, and the desire to push boundaries creates a very special mindset particular to children. The adult world, by contrast, restrains the formally infinite imagination by imposing responsibilities and practical concerns. Society puts limits on the way we, as individuals, can perceive things, and as an artist I an interested in expanding these confines."
The cost for this one-day workshop with Kyungmin Park: Free for Harvard Undergraduate students; $50 for Harvard Graduate students; $75 for adults enrolled in a course; $125 for adults not enrolled in a course. To register, download our registration form here or email Shawn Panepinto at
Questions? Email Kathy King at
This workshop will feature a one-hour pot luck lunch break for those participating.
Artist Biography:
Kyungmin Park is an Assistant Professor of 3D Studio Art at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. Originally from South Korea, she earned her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Georgia in 2012 and her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2006. Kyungmin was a 2014-2016 long-term resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, MT. She was also awarded a 2014-2015 Matsutani Fellowship, 2015-2016 Windgate Fellowship and 2014 Windgate Summer scholarship by the Archie Bray Foundation. In 2016, Kyungmin received an Emerging Artist Award from Ceramics Monthly magazine. In 2016, she was also honored to be recognized as an Emerging Artist by the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) conference in Kansas City, MO.
Her work has been featured in many national and international exhibitions including the Aqua Art Miami Basel, Galerie Aqui Siam Ben in Vallaruris, France, Morean Art Center, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the Museum of Arts and Science in GA, The Clay Studio in PA, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Eutectic Gallery, Kolva-Sullivan Gallery, Lillstreet Art Center, Signature Gallery, Belger Crane Yard Gallery, Leedy-Voulkos Art Center, Duane Reed Gallery and the Holter Museum of Art.

The Head in Clay with Cristina Cordova - online course.

Registrations are open for the 2016/2017 Winter Cycle of THE HEAD IN CLAY! There are 30 spaces available and the school will stay open through February 28, 2017 or until enrollment is full.The course will re-open in summer 2017.

In this course you will learn key techniques to develop and finish a clay head suitable for firing. We will cover sourcing reference materials, the best tools, hollow construction techniques and how to develop and finish features for a strong composition.

job posting: Lecturer – Ceramics – University of North Texas

The University of North Texas is seeking a Lecturer to teach in the Ceramics Program. Review of applications begins January 15th, 2017.

Find the official posting here:

Responsibilities: Teach all levels of undergraduate and graduate courses in ceramics, including clay fabrication techniques, clay and glaze mixing and application, and firing in electric and gas/wood kilns. Working with the ceramics lab technician, there are some maintenance and supervision responsibilities. Faculty is expected to maintain an active professional practice, and participate in the development and coordination of the ceramics program. On-going, active participation in institutional committees and student advising is expected.

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

call for entry: Images on Clay

Las Vegas Nevada's Clay Arts Vegas is pleased to host "Images On Clay" a national juried art exhibition,  in the Victor F. Keen Gallery, at Clay Arts Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada.  “Images on Clay” will feature functional and sculptural works that utilize a variety of imagining techniques.

Pottery is a canvas that has lasted through time to share the lives of past cultures. Join us in an exciting exploration of different imaging techniques on clay. From Sgraffito, silk screens, image transfers, decals to carving we as artists make images that speak about our interests, our passions, and about ourselves that will last long after we are gone.

Guest Juror: Jason Bige Burnett
Deadline: 2/24/2017
PROSPECTUS - please follow link

movie day: Sheridan Voices - Linda Sormin

Sheridan Voices - Linda Sormin from Sheridan Voices on Vimeo.

Saturday, 10 December 2016

register now for CCACA 2017


Eva Kwong || Lisa Clague || Bar Shacterman
Kenjiro Kitade || John Balistreri || Dirk Staschke

CCACA 2017 brings the ultimate ceramic sculpture event to Davis, CA. In an intimate setting, you can interact with top artists in a way not possible at other venues. UC Davis, home to the late sculptor Robert Arneson, was instrumental in defining a new direction for ceramic art. Enjoy delightful downtown Davis and be inspired by nationally recognized ceramic art talents.

Demonstrations, lectures, shows—no other event delivers more inspired knowledge of ceramic sculpture for a better price. Meet face-to-face with distinguished ceramic sculptors you might only read about; see and hear from the artists what makes them top in their field.

Local gallery exhibitions and over 40 college shows bring the best work of the year within easy reach.
  • John Natsoulas Gallery’s annual 30 Ceramic Sculptors
  • The Artery’s California Clay Competition
  • The Davis Arts Center
  • The Pence Gallery
  • and more!
These shows run concurrent with CCACA 2017. See all this and over 40 amazing student shows within a short walk. This is a chance to surround yourself with the top ceramic art of today and the ideas of the artists of tomorrow.

Full details here:

must read: Akio Takamori's Drawings and Sculptures of Men Apologizing

"Akio Takamori's doctor says the chemo isn't working and the cancer is untreatable. The last time we spoke, the Seattle artist was feverishly making work about what it means to apologize while also facing the realization that the last American president of his lifetime would be a man who never apologizes for anything."
 Read the full article by Jen Graves on The Stranger here.

Friday, 9 December 2016

Help support Arrowmont through Project for Awesome


Arrowmont was damaged in the tragic Gatlinburg fires, along with many other homes and businesses. Dorms were destroyed, as well as a maintenance building, and many programs are on hold while damage is assessed and rebuilding begins.

How can you help? The best way is by donating to our Rebuild Fund.

And head over to to vote for the Arrowmont rebuild fund!

call for artists: Fusions Scholarship

Thursday, 8 December 2016

job posting: Assistant Professor of Ceramics at the University of Oregon

The University of Oregon's Department of Art is accepting applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Ceramics. This position is at the rank of Assistant Professor and the salary will be commensurate with experience. Start date is September 2017.

We are seeking a colleague with a dynamic approach to creative practice and pedagogy that will contribute to an established and progressive art department. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge and experience in teaching a range of traditional, experimental, and extended forms within the field of Ceramics. The successful candidate will possess a broad knowledge of scholarship, including critical histories and theories related to Ceramics and the field of craft within the larger context of contemporary art. The competitive applicant should have a research and creative practice that is grounded in Ceramics, with fluency in interdisciplinary and experimental approaches. The candidate will exhibit an ambitious professional record that indicates a commitment to a sustained and evolving creative practice. The candidate must be able to work cooperatively with diverse faculty and student populations. This position requires experience in teaching beyond graduate school, a MFA or equivalent degree, and an active professional practice.

Primary Responsibilities:
Primary teaching responsibilities will be focused in Ceramics with opportunities for teaching across media areas, including graduate seminars, advanced studios, and foundations. All of the Department of Art faculty contribute to the interdisciplinary graduate program. The University of Oregon operates on a system of three, 10-week quarters with 1 additional week for final exams. Faculty in the Department of Art have a teaching load of five courses per year. The candidate will work collaboratively with another Ceramics faculty member to oversee the Ceramics area, which includes curriculum and facilities development, and the supervision of a 1.0 FTE lab technician, student employees (undergraduate and graduate), and nontenure-track faculty. Service responsibilities include various departmental and school committees, as well as student advising and participation in shared governance. The candidate will be expected to maintain an ambitious professional record that indicates a commitment to a sustained and developing creative practice.

The Ceramics area ( has a dedicated studio technician who supports a broad-based, technically comprehensive facility. The area resources extend through the department and School of Architecture and Allied Arts to include laser cutters, 3D printers, CNC routers, multiple wood shops, metal shops, a plastics shop, a motion capture lab, physical computing shop, printing services and computing labs. The University of Oregon supports faculty by providing a dedicated studio space and a fund for professional development. Additionally, the Pacific Northwest and the state of Oregon have a vibrant range of accessible funding, opportunities, and resources for artists.

The Department:
Situated within a nationally recognized research institution, the Department of Art attracts students and faculty who value the study of studio art in the context of a larger intellectual and critical environment. Our curriculum reflects a diverse and fluid set of creative practices and critical methodologies. Students engage broad and interdisciplinary approaches, as well as depth within specific media and practices. A robust visiting lecture series, bringing 10-15 artists, critics and curators to campus each year, complements the curriculum. Nationally and internationally active, the faculty thrive on making connections between their individual studio practices and teaching. While we have diverse backgrounds, philosophies and approaches, we have a strong commitment to a collective mission and a shared governance model.

The Department of Art ( is one of the two largest departments within the School of Architecture and Allied Arts (A&AA), which also includes Architecture, the History of Art and Architecture, Arts Administration, Product Design, Landscape Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Planning, Public Policy and Management. With roughly 500 undergraduates and 30 graduate students, the Department of Art offers BA/BS, BFA and MFA degrees; the curriculum encompasses ceramics, art & technology (print media, animation, video and interactivity), fibers, jewelry and metals, painting and drawing, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. The Department includes 20 tenure-track faculty and 12 Career Instructors.

The University and Community:
The University of Oregon is an AAU Research I institution and has over 24,000 undergraduate students and approximately 4,000 graduate students. The UO is known for its spirit of cooperation and collaboration, and for its ability to provide a variety of personal and professional opportunities that enrich the academic community. The University actively supports an institutional commitment to diversity and multiculturalism. Through this search, the Department of Art seeks to further this commitment and strongly encourages applications from women and underrepresented groups.
The University of Oregon is located in Eugene, Oregon’s second largest city. Located 110 miles south of Portland, the Eugene metro area (pop. 216,000) is in a region noted for its dynamic quality of life and progressive cultural environment. Within only an hour’s drive are ocean beaches, lakes, rivers, forests, high desert, and the Cascade and Coast mountain ranges.

Application Deadline:
Review of applications will begin February 3, 2017. While the position will remain open until filled, please submit application materials by February 3, 2017 to ensure consideration. No incomplete applications will be reviewed.

A complete application must include a cover letter outlining specific interests and qualifications, a CV that includes activities related to one's art practice and teaching (i.e. courses taught, service, etc.), an artist statement, a teaching philosophy, 20 images of he candidate’s own work, 10 images of student work, and an image identification information describing the title, size, media, date work was completed and project details, and in the case of student work, include the course title. A list of three references must be submitted at this time, with the possibility that reference letters and syllabi may be requested at a later date.

To apply, go to:…/5…/assistant-professor-ceramics
EO/A/ADA institution committed to cultural diversity. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

call for entry: 2017 Salad Days Artist Residency

Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts
19 Brick Hill Road
Newcastle, ME 04553

Media Images: 10
Entry Fee (Salad Days Residency Application): $25.00

The Salad Days Artist-in-Residence at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts is commissioned to produce 550 plates from indigenous earthenware for the Center’s annual Salad Days fundraising event – a community festival featuring locally sourced foods that draws hundreds of guests every year.

Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts is a small art residency center located in mid-coast Maine.  During the summer and fall months, artists from across the country and beyond attend residencies at the Center that vary in length from 1 to 6 weeks.  During this time, artists live and work alongside one another, sharing a large open-concept studio, enjoying communal meals, and living on campus in shared or private housing.  The Salad Days artist holds a unique position at the Center, with a focus on creating plates for Watershed's largest fundraiser of the year.

The artist is selected by a jury in late winter prior to their residency and resides at Watershed for four to six months (typically between mid-May and mid-September), producing plates for the following year’s Salad Days. During the residency, the Salad Days artist receives housing in a private room, all meals, a large studio, free materials and firings, and a stipend of $500.

Watershed provides opportunities for the Salad Days artist to sell work at events and to exhibit in group shows. Salad Days artist plates gain broad exposure being featured both in Watershed print and online publications, and in local and regional press and advertisements.

To apply, please answer the following questions and submit 10 images of your work. Include at least one image of a plate you have made.

Tuesday, 6 December 2016

residency opportunity: John Michael Kohler Arts Center Arts/Industry Program

Artists working in any discipline may apply for the Arts Center’s Arts/Industry 2018 program, which takes place at and is funded by Kohler Co. in Kohler, Wis. Each year, 16–22 artists are accepted for 2- to 6-month residencies in the Pottery or Foundry/Enamel areas of the factory. Artists-in-residence receive 24-hour access to studio space, materials, use of equipment, technical assistance, photographic services, housing, and round-trip transportation. The application deadline for 2018 residencies is April 1, 2017. For more information and application form, visit or email

technical tuesday with @floriangadsby

"Faceting the bowls posted yesterday. I'll quickly trim the outsides to remove any throwing rings, these have a tendency to throw off the spokeshave, the wooden tool I'm using with a sharp blade in the middle and make my cuts less consistent. The difficulty with these is catching them just at the right moment in terms of dryness, they need to be just on the harder side of leather hard. Once these have been faceted I'll score and slip a lug handle onto one side. I've found this particular piece quite challenging, the faceting process can be really irritating as one wrong cut can wreck the pot." #pottery #ceramics #ceramic #clay #liveauthentic #craft #craftsmanship #handmade

Monday, 5 December 2016

call for entry: Tea - The Ritual and the Art - Celebrating Culture and Practice


Lead by professionals, this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will be of interest to practitioners and academics alike. Visit the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Terracotta Warriors, Yang Tomb of the Han, Yu Yuan Garden, The Bund, and the Shanghai Museum’s world-famous ceramics collection. Spend a week of hands-on exploration at The Pottery Workshop’s Education Centre in Jingdezhen, the historic home of porcelain. With the focus on doing, you will experience the materials and methods of Chinese porcelain production.

Try your hand at Qinghua blue & white painting, Fencai overglaze enamelling, Song dynasty relief carving, underglaze transfer and overglaze decal application. Local trips will include the Ancient Kiln Museum, glaze shop, brush-maker’s shop, the Ancient Reproduction Factory, and the Big Tile– and Big Pot Factories. Attend the PWS Saturday Morning Creative Market and visit the galleries of local artisans. Of special interest will be a day-long pilgrimage to the scenic village of Yaoli, the 64m long Tianbao dragon kiln, the Dongbu Kaolin Museum, and Gaoling (Kaolin) Mountain.

All in-country transportation, meals and four-star accommodation, local guides and entry fees are included. $5,500.00 per person, double occupancy (single occupancy available).

For more information and to register your expression of interest for this tour please contact Paul Leathers at
+1 (403) 358-5348 or

monday morning eye candy: Matt Repsher

Thursday, 1 December 2016

residency opportunities: NCECA International Residency Partner Programs

DEADLINE: December 17, 2016 
NCECA International Residency Awards support projects that are approximately one month in duration, to occur between April 2017 and March 2018.  Residency dates vary; check details below.
For 2017, NCECA is pleased to partner with:
  • Medalta International Artists In Residence Program
    Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
  • Celebrating 10 years at Curaumilla Art Center with NCECA Residency
    Santiago, Chile
The purpose of NCECA is to promote and improve the ceramic arts through education, research and creative practice. One of the many ways that NCECA supports its members is by providing opportunities to engage in international programs. Intercultural exchange of ideas and methods is critical to evolution of individual artists who through their immersion and experimentation, absorb and sometimes transform influences of other artists and their cultures. NCECA has participated in programs in Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe and South America. Global interface will continue to play an important role in NCECA’s efforts to sustain and advance a vibrant ceramic art and education community.

The award amount available for 2017 will be $3750.00 per residency. Partnering residency centers are expected to support the artists through in-kind and/ or monetary support subject to their available resources. Prior to submitting an application, artists should visit and review the residency websites below to learn about each program’s costs, facilities, unique experiences, and application requirements.

Application materials may include the following items but each application process may be different; Letter of Intent, Artist statement, Resume/CV, 10 images, etc.

Medalta International Artists In Residence Program
713 Medalta Ave SE
Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
Primary Contact: Noriko Masuda
An eight-week residency is available only July 3 – August 30, 2017
International Visa is not required.
Approximate total cost for an eight-week residency is $4060.00.  Medalta will provide up to $1760 in-kind support and NCECA has budgeted $3750.00; the selected artist is responsible for costs beyond the budgeted amount; Studio fees, services, firing fees, miscellaneous expenses. This cost is only an estimate and could change depending on varying factors such as material/firing usage, food consumption, and travel distance.  In-kind support provided by residency is for specified items and amounts. CLICK HERE for application process.

Celebrating 10 Years at Curaumilla Arts Center with NCECA Residency
Director:                Marilu Pelusa Rosenthal
Primary Contact:   Marilu Pelusa Rosenthal
Mailing Address:   La Disputada 37, Lo Barnechea, Santiago
Country:                Chile
Telephone:           (569) 8428 0745
Email :       
A four-week residency is available April 2017 – November 2017.
International Visa is not required.
Approximate total cost for a four-week residency is $4000.00. Curaumilla will provide up to $1900 in-kind support and NCECA has budgeted $3750.00; the selected artist is responsible for costs beyond the budgeted amount; materials, firing fees, miscellaneous expenses. This cost is only an estimate and could change depending on varying factors such as material/firing usage, food consumption, and travel distance.  In-kind support provided by residency is for specified items and amounts.  CLICK HERE for application process.

Full details and eligibility are on the NCECA website here.

Arrowmont Needs Your Help – Support Rebuild Fund

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Arrowmont was damaged in the tragic Gatlinburg fires, along with many other homes and businesses. Dorms were destroyed, but thankfully not our studios. We appreciate the incredible outpouring of love for our beloved school from all over the country.
How can you help? The best way is by donating to our Rebuild Fund. Click on the donate button below and you can play a part in rebuilding dorms on our campus. Send checks to Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, P.O. Box 567, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 37738. Thank you for your support of Arrowmont.
Executive director Bill May interviews with The Weather Channel regarding Arrowmont’s campus. Click here to watch.

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