AFTER MUCH DELIBERATION, THE ARROWMONT BOARD AND EXECUTIVE TEAM HAVE MADE THE DIFFICULT DECISION TO CANCEL THE REMAINING 2020 NATIONAL WORKSHOPS SCHEDULED THIS SEASON, INCLUDING THE UTILITARIAN CLAY VIII SYMPOSIUM. 

This means the campus will remain closed and all on-campus events and national workshops are cancelled through the end of the year.  This was a difficult decision, but the health and well-being of our community—faculty, staff, students, artists, and visitors—is our most important consideration, and we believe that this is the right course of action at this time.

For more information, please visit https://www.arrowmont.org/director-message/, or contact us at info@arrowmont.org or 865-436-5860.

WORKSHOPS AT ARROWMONT

Arrowmont’s workshops are designed to provide creative opportunities for anyone who wants to learn new skills and be energized and inspired. Weekend, one-week and two-week sessions offer a concentrated experience of working in a professionally equipped studio with dedicated and talented instructors and other students. Students of varied experience levels, ages, and backgrounds work side-by-side, exchanging ideas and techniques. Workshops are open to students 18 years old or older, at all skill levels unless indicated otherwise in the course description. Instructors are national and international practicing studio artists and faculty at colleges and universities. Workshops are small, generally 10-12 students of varying experience and age but with a common goal of working hard, learning new skills and being creative.

Students should be aware that in many workshops they may be working with tools and equipment which, if improperly or carelessly used, can cause injury. All workshops will include a safety review to inform students about proper use of tools and equipment in the studio. By registering for a workshop, students assume the risk of working with the tools, equipment, and materials provided by Arrowmont, and neither the instructor, the School nor its employees will be responsible for injuries received by students as a result of the improper or careless use of those tools and equipment.

Read about how you can get college credit for some of our workshops.

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