Knoxville Arts & Culture Alliance seminars:
Stepping Off the Edge, March 21, 2017. R.L. (Rachel) Gibson says, “Moving from an amateur/hobbyist to a full-time/professional creative can feel impossible, but your creativity is the key.” How do we take what YOU do and fit it into an existing market? From free-lance work to wholesale accounts, learning how to view what you do in a more abstract way can make the possibilities clearer. Learn the steps you can start making now in this class with Gibson.
Social Media & Branding, April 11, 2017. Dale Mackey will discuss how to create branding that reflects who you are and the work you make, and how to engage with social media in a way that feels authentic. She and her husband, Shawn Poynter, co-founded The Central Collective, a mixed-use creative space in North Knoxville which hosts creative workshops and events, and also features a photo studio, event space and community kitchen.

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts 2017 workshop descriptions are now available online.
Regardless of the three buildings lost in the Gatlinburg wildfires, Arrowmont is resuming its 2017 workshop schedule. Over 150 classes are scheduled throughout spring summer and fall. Workshops are offered in clay, basketry, book arts, drawing, enamels, fiber, glass, metals, mixed media, painting, photography, printmaking, woodturning, woodworking and more. Instructors have been carefully selected to ensure creative and quality programs. Register by February 1, 2017 and save the $50 registration fee.

Infinity Dance Fitness Academy
Spring 2017 Session is open for registration. The following classes are offered: Mommy and Me, Ballet, Hip Hop, Pom Pom Squad, Beginner Tap, Adult Ballet, Adult Belly Dance, Art, Theater. Infinity Dance Fitness Academy’s (IDFA) is Clarksville’s only 501(c)3 non-profit dance studio. We are committed to promoting health and wellness through a variety of dance disciplines while expanding the reach and awareness of performing and theater arts to young people in the Clarksville Area. IDFA’s vision is to provide a healthy alternative to undesirable behaviors and provide a safe environment for youth to creatively express themselves through the arts. Fundraising opportunities and need-based scholarships are offered to offset the cost of tuition.



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