Appalachian Center for Craft

Exhibition FAQs

  • What time are the galleries open?
    • There are three galleries: Gallery One, Gallery Two and the Front Gallery. They are open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
  • How many exhibitions do you have in a year?
    • There are 20-25 new exhibitions every year at the Craft Center.
  • Who exhibits work in the Craft Center’s Exhibition Program?
    • The Exhibition Program at the Craft Center features the work of nationally and internationally recognized craft artists. Also, Bachelor of Fine Arts degree students have their thesis exhibitions in our galleries.
  • How many exhibition spaces does the Craft Center have?
    • Four. Gallery One is 700 sq.ft.; Gallery Two is 1,440 sq.ft.; and the Front Gallery is 406 sq.ft.; and, the North Windows Gallery.
  • Do you produce a calendar of exhibitions?
  • Are you accessible to people with disabilities?
    • The Craft Center has parking, ramps and an elevator for accessibility to The Gallery and Exhibitions.
  • May I tour the studios when I visit the exhibitions?
    • Tours are available for groups, but must be scheduled in advance in order to notify our faculty and studios. The studios are not open to the public on an “individual walk-in” basis. The Craft Center is a school, with studio classrooms, and we do not want to interrupt our students at work.
    • However, during the annual Celebration of Craft the studios are open and include narrated craft demonstrations among many other event offerings on that day. Also, during the annual Holiday Festival, some studios are open, hosting demonstrations.
  • How do I get to the Craft Center?