Legacy Weekend ・ September 8-11, 2016

Legacy Weekend features workshops that focus in depth on the history, culture and heritage of the Appalachian region. Arrowmont’s role in the cultural and economic life and history are explored in workshops, musical performances, and informal gatherings. Set in the Fall to take advantage of the beautiful color and changes in the Smokies, Legacy Weekend is packed with opportunities to learn and share.

Legacy Weekend offers new and expanded interdisciplinary programming that integrates workshops, guest speakers, storytellers, music, social gatherings, gallery openings and hikes in the Smokies. The Weekend is designed to offer ample opportunity to catch up with old friends, interact with the local community, artists and performers and get to know the region.

McGowan

JACK HATFIELD · Woodworking
Musical Instruments: Banjo Making 101

CLIFTON CHISUM · Woodturning
Learn to Turn. Turn for Fun

AMANDA THATCH · Textiles
Natural Dyes: Natural Dye Sampler

DON MCGOWAN · Digital Photography
Nature Photography and the Smokies: Our Shared Heritage

ASHLEY GILREATH · Metals
Memories of Appalachia: Narratives in Metal

BRYCE BRISCO · Ceramics
Pottery: Brown and Round Ain’t So Bad

JAMES TINGEY · Ceramics
Atmospheric Firing: Not Brown, Not Round: Handbuilding for Atmospheric Firing

RITA DE MAINTENON · Crochet
Heritage Crochet Techniques in Contemporary Application

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