Creative Classes in the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains
There are so many creative people in the mountains, many of which are offering to give classes to those interested.
John C Campbell Folk School offers creative, learning vacations for adults in a beautiful natural setting. With classes in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.
Discover why Rand McNally Atlas named the Folk School one of the top 30 U.S. destinations for a day's visit in their Best of the Road listing. Numerous walking trails meander the 300-acre campus, including the Rivercane Walk, a creekside trail with art honoring the strong Cherokee heritage of the Appalachian area.
The Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association is passionate about art. Our Art Center Team is devoted to bringing new exhibits, new events, and new programs to our community through art and culture.
We endeavor to provide a haven for artists to flourish and grow. We measure success by the success of our artists and the many galleries that help to make up our Art Town in the mountains of Blue Ridge, Georgia. We boast the largest Gallery Experience in the North Georgia Mountains, come visit us and experience a true Art Town in the Mountains.
Go Directly to our web site.....BlueRidgeArts.net
Children's weekly summer camp for kids in Brasstown North Carolina.
Small class size, teaching Painting, Native Wood Decor, Pottery, Basketry, Heirloom Fabric Techniques, Watercolor, Jewelry and Collage.
Sunny D Childen's Theater Plays and Acting Classes
The Sunny D Children's Theater provides a fun and educational theater experience for children ages 5 to 18 of Blue Ridge and the surrounding areas. The Sunny D Children's Theater creates a relaxed, fun, and creative setting for children to learn about themselves, build self-esteem and learn to work as a group toward a common goal.
Go Directly to our web site.....Sunny D Children's Theater
The Mountain Arts Association, Inc.'s mission was create to support art related exhibitions, educational events and art appreciation in the tri-state mountain area.
We are a volunteer organization started by a group dedicated to the visual arts and the importance they play on the strength and beauty of a community. In the past the Mountain Arts Association, Inc. has proudly hosted one of the premier juried art festivals in North Georgia. The MAA has also hosted many smaller events including seminars, artist workshops, art studio visits, organized trips to the High Museum in Atlanta, as well as wine tastings and silent auctions.
Go Directly to our web site...Mtn-Arts.org
Party Outlet also has a full line of wedding and bridal accessories, and customized invitations. We rent tables, chairs and more, call for availability.
Medicine Bow is a 35 acre wilderness school tucked into the Chattahoochee National Forest in the mountains of north Georgia near Dahlonega. The owner and teacher, Mark Warren, guides his students toward their own unique relationship with nature through the Earthlore accumulated by the Native Americans.
Through the classes of Medicine Bow nature takes on new values as the source of food, medicine, craft materials, fire, tools, shelter and primitive weaponry. Learning through the patient methods of the American Indians, students encounter a vast academic growth as well as a spiritual one.
By request, I have started offering summer camps dedicated just to the skill and adventure of Archery. Pardon the boast, but there is no archery program like this one. I pour my 25 years of experience into the best instruction I have yet experienced in any other camp or school. But this serious teaching is balanced by games of adventure, quickness, and discretion such as were practiced in Native American communities as well as in Sherwood Forest.
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