Enriching lives through art and craft

Community Classes

Community Classes are an opportunity for local residents to take advantage of Arrowmont’s quality art instruction in professionally equipped studios. Classes are fun and a great way to meet new friends in a creative learning environment. Classes are taught by professional working artists and offer a wide selection of media for all ages and ability levels.

Most classes welcome students at all levels however a few require experience or specific skills. Any information regarding required skills will be included in the class description. Community Class workshop materials will be provided and that cost is included in the class fee.

Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-registered basis. Class size is limited — early registration is recommended.

Click here for the Garrett Reece Barnett Scholarship for Community Classes

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THE GARRETT REECE BARNETT SCHOLARSHIP FUND FOR COMMUNITY CLASSES

Garrett Reece Barnett was an integral part of the Arrowmont community — he was an ArtReach kid, a woodturning studio assistant, and lived an adventurous, accomplished and purposeful life. After college, he worked for the Park Service and lost his life responding to an emergency. Garrett represented all we hope for as art educators. In 2018, the Barnett Family established the first named Community Class Scholarship to honor Garrett’s legacy.

The Garrett Reece Barnett Scholarship covers 100% of tuition for at least one adult community class and one kid community class annually. Preference will be given to those individuals with an interest in woodworking and woodturning and who have financial need. This scholarship is available for residents of Sevier County, Tennessee only.

Application Deadline: December 1, 2022

How to Apply

Art teachers, any community member or family member may nominate a child by writing a letter or email detailing why the child should be considered. Adult community class applicants will be asked to write a letter at the time of registration, detailing their interests and needs. All applications should include a list of the top three class choices. Letters should be emailed to Rebecca Buglio at rbuglio@arrowmont.org or faxed to 865-430-4101. Letters may also be mailed to our offices at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, 556 Parkway, Gatlinburg, TN 37738.

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