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Events at Creative Arts

  1. Budget Friendly Printmaking

    January 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Budget Friendly Printmaking This course introduces the endless possibilities of low-budget printmaking! We will incorporate everyday objects to create unique prints. Students will learn basic printmaking techniques and processes such as stamp-making, block printing, and monotypes! Upon completion, students will be able to produce printed images utilizing various processes. Emphasis is placed on processes that…

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  2. Scottish Sgian Dubh Knife

    January 28 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Scottish Sgian Dubh Knife This 3-day class.  Students will be instructed on how to construct a Scottish Sgian Dubh Knife, including handle material selection, and forging techniques. Materials and supplies will be provided to make a finished Knife.   Instructor: Ken Hall Cost: $309.00 Location: 3300 building, room 3327 Course Code          …

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  3. Introduction to Stained Glass

    February 3 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Introduction to Stained Glass Beginning Stained Glass: In this course students will learn the basics of stained glass art. Students will select & cut glass, grind & assemble a finished stained glass small panel. A trip to a local stained glass shop will be included for students to purchase their own glass for their project….

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Creative Arts News

Welcoming New Creative Arts Instructors!

Haywood Community College Creative Arts program triumphed through the previous year’s Covid Shut Down through continuing to strive onward and create not only online course options but a more diverse program for the following year. HCC Creative Arts is very proud to have a multitude of course options and fresh new faces to introduce to…

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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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