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October 4, 2020 ALL DAY
Call for artists! Deadline Extended to October 4, 2020
The Appalachian Highlands is home to one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems in the United States. As artists, we draw our inspiration from this abundance and celebrate it. For this competition, we seek artistic works highlighting the natural botanical bounty, and that shows your unique creative vision and artistic ability. Open to all media in the visual arts.
October 13,2020 @ 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Have you been thinking of starting a podcast? Not sure where to start, or how to create one? In this virtual class, Amy Campbell will cover the initial components of how to create the substructure of a podcast. This class is a planning and building class for individuals who do not yet have a podcast but are looking for solid information on how to begin. Participants will engage in a step-by-step process, build their own podcast plans, and receive professional advice on their individual work during the final session of the class.Find out more »
October 17 @ 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Learn about sausage-making and dry-curing from a nationally acclaimed butcher, teacher, local food activist, and author, Meredith Leigh. Our newest Create-a-Stir event is offered in partnership with Serenity Knoll Farm and is sure to please all who are interested in taking their charcuterie-making skills to another level—even if that level is beginning!Find out more »
December 11 2020 at 12:00 am - January 31 2021
Looking for something COVID-safe and “art-full” to do on a beautiful afternoon? Visit our first annual Leaf & Root & Berry Appalachian Highlands Botanical Art Exhibition! It’s on display in the shop windows of charming downtown Erwin, Tennessee Enjoy a drive to the actual exhibit in Erwin where there’s plenty to do! Not in the mood for travel? This stunning work is viewable online, and all of it is for sale.Find out more »