ArtReach on the Road featured in Citizen Tribune

ArtReach on the Road, Arrowmont’s youth outreach program offering traditional Appalachian craft workshops to children across Central Appalachia, is taking place in Morristown, Tennessee this week. Over 350 students in Hamblen and Jefferson County school systems will take the bus to the Rose Center for a day of immersive crafts, taught by local artists and craftspeople.

The Citizen Tribune published an article describing the program and craft instructors – read the full article here:  Citizen Tribune: Area schools, artists participate in Arrowmont’s ArtReach on the Road

For more information on ArtReach on the Road, visit arrowmont.org/appalachian-craft/artreach/ or contact Kelly Hider, youth education program manager, at khider@arrowmont.org or 865-436-5860 x 31.

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