Project Heirloom | Free portraits for Sevier County fire survivors
January 21st – 22nd
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts | Staff House
556 Parkway Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738
Arrowmont is excited to partner with a group of native Sevier County photographers to offer free family portraits to those who lost homes or businesses in the fire. This two-day event, “Project Heirloom,” encourages families as they rebuild their lives and collection of treasured photos.
All Sevier County residents impacted by the fire are welcome. Photography sessions will take place on January 21st – 22nd in Arrowmont’s Staff House living room. Each participating family will receive a framed 8×10 print of their portrait free.
This project is coordinated by Julia Huskey, a Pigeon Forge native and co-owner of Nashville production company, Electric Peak Creative. “I am so grateful for the love, encouragement, strength and tight-knit friendship I experienced growing up in the Smoky Mountains. The gift of a photograph is a very small token of affection for such a mighty community,” Julia said.
For more information and to schedule your portrait session, visit http://projectheirloomtn.com/ or call 865-412-0022. Reservations are preferred. Walk-ins are welcome.