The health and safety of everyone who steps foot on campus is a priority at Arrowmont. To that end, a Personal Conduct & Social Distancing Policy for students, faculty, and staff has been adopted to foster a safe learning environment during the coronavirus pandemic. The Policy covers masks, social distancing, student travel, and general safety guidelines outlined by the CDC. Click here to view and download the detailed Policy.
Arrowmont’s campus remains closed to outside visitors at this time. 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. The 20th Sevier County Biennial Juried Exhibition, on display February 15 – April 23, 2021, will be available for view online and by appointment only.
We will continue to update you here on our website, social media and via e-blast. We ask your support and patience as we find our way through this ever-changing situation. We are here for you and welcome your thoughts and ideas.
Please stay in touch and let us know how you are doing. Thank you for your support… and most importantly, stay safe.
The public is welcome year-round to visit the campus and view artwork by local, national and international artists in the School’s five galleries, which offer a full schedule of changing exhibitions, attend evening presentations, and visit the Artists-in-Residence studios. The Marian Heard Library and Resource Center includes print and electronic materials for research, and displays work from the School’s permanent collection. The Artist Outfitters Store offers tools and supplies for students on campus and artists in the community, as well as offering for sale selected artwork from past Artists-in-Residence.
You can learn more about all the exciting opportunities to visit our campus and immerse yourself in our culture by visiting the links to the left of this page.