College Credit Information
Arrowmont is currently working with Walters State Community College to allow students who have a minimum of a high school diploma to obtain undergraduate freshman and sophomore college credit for select Arrowmont workshops.
To learn if the workshop you are interested in taking is eligible for credit, or for more information, contact Arrowmont at 865-436-5860.
HOW TO REGISTER
Complete the Walters State admissions paperwork in advance of your workshop or upon check-in. We will process all paperwork for you with fees payable to Arrowmont when you arrive. Contact Arrowmont at 865-436-5860 to request an application form in advance or if you have any questions.
WALTERS STATE FEES ARE AS FOLLOWS
Application fee: $10
Credit hour fees: $15 per credit hour (3 credit hour workshop is $45)
Please keep in mind that most Arrowmont workshops qualify for college credit when approached as independent study projects in conjunction with a degree program. Interested students should consult with their counselors prior to enrolling.
Instructor: Kari Radasch
$575.00 3 credit hours
June 18-24, 2017
Title: Passion For Pots
This class allows students to indulge their passion for making pots while creating pottery forms using earthenware clay, terra sigillata and commercial underglaze. You will search out forms, imagery and surfaces that resonate in a meaningful way. Participants will employ various making techniques including bisque molds, coiling, pinching, slab construction and light throwing (however this is not an introductory throwing class). Each student is encouraged to uncover their unique, personal vision and to leave with new ways of making and approaching work and ideas. Open to all skill levels.
Instructor: Amie Adelman
$575.00 3 credit hours
September 17-23, 2017
Title: A New Approach to Cyanotype With Fiber Reactive Dyes
During this class students experience the magic of combining cyanotype with fiber reactive dyes. You will investigate various affects that cyanotype has on natural fibers by experimenting with photograms, transparencies and fabric manipulation techniques. Participants will then take the exciting cyanotype process to the next level by simultaneously removing and adding color by painting, screen printing and stamping with fiber reactive dyes. Open to all skill levels.