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Events at Creative Arts

  1. DSLR Camera Basics

    February 20

    DSLR Camera Basics: We will cover the ins & outs of shooting in full manual mode on your camera. We will talk about Focus, Aperture, Shutter Speed, White Balance, & ISO as well as composing photographs.     Cost: $60  Location: Creative Arts Building, room 7105  Course Code                 Date                    Time  CSP 4000 24000           Tu 2/27-3/20         6-8p.m. …

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  2. Quilting

    February 21

    Quilting: This project-based course is designed for individuals interested in learning the art of quilting. You will choose a project incorporating all the major quilt techniques, and learn to sandwich, quilt, and bind your masterpiece. It’s the perfect opportunity to start at the beginning and learn one step at a time—but it’s a great refresher…

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  3. Quilting

    February 22

    Quilting: This project-based course is designed for individuals interested in learning the art of quilting. You will choose a project incorporating all the major quilt techniques, and learn to sandwich, quilt, and bind your masterpiece. It’s the perfect opportunity to start at the beginning and learn one step at a time—but it’s a great refresher…

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Creative Arts News

HCC Professional Crafts & Haywood County Arts Council: Call for Artists!

Haywood Community College Professional Crafts Alumni Invited to Submit Work to Juried Exhibition at Haywood County Arts Council Haywood County alumni of Haywood Community College’s Professional Crafts programs are invited to apply to participate in a juried exhibition in the Haywood County Arts Council Gallery. This special exhibition celebrates the joint 40th Anniversary of the…

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Featured Success Story

Deanna Lynch Textiles

  • Professional Crafts Fiber

Class of 2014

History and Tradition My grandfather introduced me to weaving when I was 9 years old. Although I did not receive formal training for weaving until after he passed, I still feel a deep connection to him when I am at my loom. The connection to my grandfather makes me feel like I am a part of the rich history of textiles. It is an ancient craft built on necessity and…

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