View vibrant works of art at Arrowmont’s Instructor Exhibition through August 22, 2015. An excellent opportunity to explore the beautiful world of contemporary Arts & Crafts! On the historic campus of Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts in Gatlinburg, fine works of art by the school’s talented faculty are on display in the Sandra J. Blaine Galleries. The exhibit features a variety of media including fiber and textile works, woodworking, painting, metals, jewelry, ceramics, glass, book art, printmaking, and photography.
Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts is open year-round and the public is welcome to visit the 103 year-old campus and enjoy artwork by local, national and international artists in all of the school’s five galleries. You’ll want to visit the Artist’s Outfitters Store for art supplies and tools, and to purchase artwork from past Artists-in-Residence. Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts is open Monday-Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Sunday (when is session) from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm. For holiday hours, please call 865-436-5860.
The Instructor Exhibition celebrates the talents of Arrowmont’s teachers and demonstrates the skills and techniques students learn in their workshops. Weekend, one-week and two-week classes offer a one-of-a-kind experience of working in professionally-equipped studios with top-notch instructors and other eager students. Arrowmont students (18 years or older) come with various experience levels and backgrounds and together they learn new ideas to inspire them.
If you’re interested in enriching your life through art, then register for an upcoming workshop at Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts. Below are just a few of the many and varied sessions available. Please see Arrowmont Workshop and Classes for a complete schedule.
Clay, Form, Slip, Glaze, Fire with McKenzie Smith
August 9-15, 2015
Media: Clay | Open to all skill levels | Cost $525
McKenzie Smith received his Master of Fine Art degree from the University of Florida and he works as a potter and teacher in the Sunshine State. He has studied at the Banff Center for the Arts, Baltimore Clayworks and the Penland School of Crafts. Smith’s workshop will help students understand the relationships between all the processes of turning clay into functional art. Additionally, the class will explore the expressive relationships of wheel-thrown forms that are fired in salt and soda making truly unique and beautiful pottery pieces.