Sally Walker Davies 2017-01-11 03:56:11
Appalachian Center for Craft, Smithville A path to expressing creativity is never far away, as Tennessee is filled with arts and crafts communities, stores and museums that offer ways to fuel your creative spirit. The Appalachian Center for Craft in Smithville offers workshops that range from a single weekend to weeks long. Kids and teens can learn the basics of jewelry making, crocheting and more with classes at the Gallatin Creative Arts Center, and adults can tap into their creative side with a variety of painting classes at Cookeville’s Cumberland Art Society. In historic Rogersville, experience the power of print at the Tennessee Newspaper and Printing Museum, or mingle with local crafters during Heritage Days in October. In March, the arts scene springs to life during Linden’s annual Blooming Arts Festival, showcasing fine art and handcrafted works by more than 150 artisans. Or, no matter what time of year, spend a day visiting more than 120 artisans along the 8-mile Tennessee Heritage Arts & Crafts Trail in Gatlinburg.
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