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WATE Channel 6: Living East Tennessee at Arrowmont

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts hosted WATE Channel 6’s Living East Tennessee on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 to cover Arrowmont’s legacy in Gatlinburg, Appalachian crafts, and upcoming local events.

Executive director Bill May, outreach and partnership liaison and 30-year staff member Bill Griffith, and Arrowmont historian Frances Fox were joined by Gatlinburg Mayor Mike Werner and Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce‘s Marci Claude to discuss Arrowmont’s history, the impact of arts and crafts in the community, and area attractions.

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