Exhibitions

The Appalachian Center for Craft hosts up to 20 exhibitions annually featuring functional and sculptural works of traditional and contemporary fine craft and mixed media by international, national and regional artists including artists from the Appalachian Center for Craft.
Artists featured in the Appalachian Center for Craft's exhibition program are selected through a jurying process.

  

 
 

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Front Gallery 

Guidelines Exhibition. August 13- September 13, 2019, reception Aug 15 Evins Gallery

Gallery Two

 

Exhibitions:

May 10- August 6, 2019 | Summer Workshshop Instructor Showcase | Joe L. Evins Gallery

May 10- June 30, 2019 | High School Intensives Program | Front Gallery

July 1- August 30, 2019 | Art Round Tennessee Member Exhibition | Front Gallery,  Reception for the Artists, August 15 from 5-7 pm.

July 26- September 12, 2019 | Collage artworks by Kate Norris | Gallery Two, Reception for the Artist,  July 26 from 4-6 pm.

November 21– January 31, 2019| Works in clay by Meaghan Gates | Circumstance of Adaptation| Gallery Two

August 13- September 13, 2019 | Guidelines, curated by Brie Flora |  Joe L. Evins Gallery

Guidelines is a group exhibition featuring contemporary jewelry by the following artists: Adriana De Castro, Brie Flora, Chloe Leigh, Dan Lynch, Daniel Koy, Franko Kosic-Matulic, Georgina Trevino, Kelly Jean Conroy, Kelsey Larsen McQuown, Liz Clark, Melissa Gisele, Olga Hall, Shea Mizuno, and Shelby Goldsmith. Alongside the jewelry are 3 screen prints by Victoria Marie Barquin, which represent the resulting jewelry made from each Guideline. Reception for the Artists on August 15 from 5-7 pm.

Sept. 16- November 18, 2019 | Tennessee Tech University School of Art, Craft, and Design Faculty Exhibition, Gallery Two

Sept. 21 – Nov. 9, 2019 | Artworks by Sara Allen Prigodich & Hanna Vogel | Joe L. Evins Gallery

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