One of the oldest craft centers in Tennessee with more than 70 local artists. Their goal is to promote the Appalachian artists through education and sales. A nonprofit center featuring a public gallery selling handcrafted pieces by local artists. Throughout the year, the center offers classes for adults and children.Offerings here revolve around both traditional and contemporary crafts. The studio includes looms, potter's wheel, quilting frames, kiln, and other equipment for classes. Seasonal events include the Spring Porch Sale, annual auction and dinner, and Autumn Splendor Festival. Classes and events are open to the public; memberships are also available. The gallery sells paintings, photographs, origami, pottery, weaving, quilts, cards, baskets, woodcarvings, stained glass, jewelry, wearable art, soaps, and toys.
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One mile east of I-75 Exit 122 on Hwy. 61, across from the Museum of Appalachia.
Monday-Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm (except in January and February when we are open Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm)
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