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Events at Creative Arts

  1. Photographing the Mountains

    April 23

    PHOTOGRAPHING THE MOUNTAINS Calling all sunset chasers! Join us for a hands-on experience analyzing composition and determining exposure in a variety of locations and conditions. We will cover considerations when setting up your shots as well as tools and techniques that help create your vision. Students should have general working knowledge of their camera including…

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  2. Beginning Wheel Throwing

    April 24

    BEGINNING WHEEL THROWING This course is designed for students who have never played with clay as well as those who want to improve beginner level wheel techniques. Students will learn to center clay, become familiar with basic throwing moves, glazing techniques and loading and unloading a kiln. Instructor: Laurey-Faye Dean. Class meets on Wednesday. Cost:…

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  3. Intermediate Wheel Throwing

    April 24

    INTERMEDIATE WHEEL THROWING This course is designed for students who have gained a working level with the basic pottery forms and are ready to improve their skills. We will begin with lids and lid fit, continue with handles and trimming, and end with teapots. Instructor: Laurey-Faye Dean. Class meets on Wednesday. Cost: $180 Location: Creative…

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Creative Arts News

Visiting Artist Lecture Series presents Ceramicist Jason Bige Burnette

Haywood Community College’s Professional Crafts Department Hosts Visiting Artist April 22 Haywood Community College’s Professional Crafts Department will host visiting artist Jason Bige Burnette Monday, April 22 from 4 to 5 p.m. Held in the Creative Arts Building, room 7105, the presentation is free and open to the public.  Bige Burnette graduated from Western Kentucky…

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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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