The Appalachian Center for Craft hosts up to 20 exhibitions annually in its three exhibition galleries. Exhibitions range from the works of regional, national, and international contemporary craft artists, to Craft Center faculty, artists in residence, and student Bachelor of Fine Art degree thesis exhibitions.
We feature functional and sculptural works of traditional and contemporary fine craft and mixed media. Artists featured in the Appalachian Center for Craft's exhibition program are selected through a professional jurying process.
February 25, 2015: Closing Reception and Gallery Talk
Chase Gamblin will give a talk on the work in his Gallery One exhibition entitled, "Personas" during his closing reception February 25, 2015 from 12 - 1 p.m.
Thursday, March 26 2015: Artist Talk and Reception
Jim Bove will give a lecture on his "Drawing Series" exhibition, hosted in Front Gallery. The lecture will be from 5 – 6 p.m. and a reception will follow.
2016 Call for Exhibition Proposals
ACC is now accepting 2016 Exhibition Proposals. Proposal postmark deadline is April 1, 2015.
C2 Craft Academy
This program will help build a defined educational component into the Appalachian Center for Craft exhibition galleries’ rotating schedule and serve as a regional outlet for arts and fine craft education. The programming will vary with the exhibition and includes hands-on workshops, gallery tours, artist talks and demonstrations.
We encourage everyone to come enjoy this new program with us!
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