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Classes: June 6-12, 2010
Beads
Innovative Wire Art Jewelry
Instructor: Judy Peppers
Explore the fine art of wire wrap to create beautiful sterling-silver or gold-filled bracelets, pendants, rings, necklaces,...
Beads, Jewelry
 
Blacksmithing
Beginning Blacksmithing Techniques
Instructor: Howard Pohn
This class is for those with little or no experience at the forge. Learn the basics of fire making and hammer control;...
Blacksmithing
 
Clay
Form, Flair, & Finish
Instructor: Gail Freeman
If you have some wheel experience, learn to alter thrown forms and give your pieces a new dimension by adding attachments,...
Clay
 
Dyeing
What's New with Nuno: New Directions in Felting
Instructor: Geri Forkner
Think texture, shape, and color. Now think the scarves, pillows, pocketbooks, and garments of your dreams. Practice a...
Dyeing, Felt Making
 
Enameling
Fusing Glass to Metal
Instructor: Tom Ellis
Glass, metal, reflected light, color, heat... these are the substances of fusing glass to metal. Gain experience in...
Enameling
 
Felt Making
What's New with Nuno: New Directions in Felting
Instructor: Geri Forkner
Think texture, shape, and color. Now think the scarves, pillows, pocketbooks, and garments of your dreams. Practice a...
Dyeing, Felt Making
 
Gardening
Native Appalachian Plants: Yesterday and Today
Instructor: Patricia K. Howell
For thousands of years, native plants of the Southern Appalachians have provided a source of wild foods, folk remedies,...
Gardening, Nature Studies
 
Jewelry
Innovative Wire Art Jewelry
Instructor: Judy Peppers
Explore the fine art of wire wrap to create beautiful sterling-silver or gold-filled bracelets, pendants, rings, necklaces,...
Beads, Jewelry
 
Music
Surviving and Thriving in Jam Sessions
Instructors: Bennett Hammond, Lorraine Lee Hammond
The jam session can be intimidating. Learn how to hold your own, recognize the changes, know the keys, and fit right in....
Music
 
Nature Studies
Native Appalachian Plants: Yesterday and Today
Instructor: Patricia K. Howell
For thousands of years, native plants of the Southern Appalachians have provided a source of wild foods, folk remedies,...
Gardening, Nature Studies
 
Painting
Oil in Plein Air: The Painter's Craft
Instructor: John Mac Kah
This is a real painting course for intermediate to advanced students serious about creating a good painting in a...
Painting
 
Warp It! Paint It! Weave It!
Instructor: Kathie Roig
Want the beauty of a hand-painted warp but don't have the space, time, or equipment? Explore different methods of painting...
Painting, Weaving
 
Photography
Introduction to Photography
Instructor: Robert Priddy
Learn to use camera controls as a creative tool, and discover the effect that selecting aperture and shutter speed...
Photography
 
Quilting
Kaleidoscope Quilting
Instructor: Karen Tunnell
This intermediate to advanced class takes you through the process of designing and piecing kaleidoscope images in fabric,...
Quilting
 
Weaving
Warp It! Paint It! Weave It!
Instructor: Kathie Roig
Want the beauty of a hand-painted warp but don't have the space, time, or equipment? Explore different methods of painting...
Painting, Weaving
 
Woodturning
Design Basics on the Mini-Lathe
Instructor: Troy Bledsoe
Explore your creativity as we put you on the path to developing your own woodturning style. Learn basic turning techniques...
Woodturning
 
Woodworking
White Coopering
Instructor: Will Hines
White coopering involves the construction of utilitarian household containers. Beginners will craft a one-handled bucket...
Woodworking
 
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