From Tennessee Craft –
Tennessee Craft, in partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission, offers the Master Artist Apprentice Program (MAAP) to open the door for artists to learn traditional and contemporary craft skills from master craft artists.
We are thrilled to announce our master artists for the FY2024 MAAP!
Brie Flora (jewelry), Cookeville
Doug Lowman (chair caning, fiber/textile seat weaving), Telford
Sherri Warner Hunter (sculpture), Bell Buckle
Visit tennesseecraft.org/programs/maap to read their bios and some FAQs about the program.
All artists in the program are asked to choose challenging goals that will catapult their skills and knowledge as craft artists. The Master Artist Apprentice Program was created to help artists reach the next level of their professional development from a six-month one-on-one mentorship, not typically available in most learning environments.
Awarded apprentices receive an $1,900 stipend to work with their chosen master from December 1, 2023 to June 15, 2024.Click Here to Apply