Winter Session Classes Maria Smith will lend her skilled presence to oversee a weekly Glass Bead Making Open Studio, beginning Tuesday January 6 to February 24, from 1:30 – 4:30. Maria learned her impeccable bead making skills from Sage Holland and Beau Anderson, two of our treasured and respected teachers. With many hours dedicated to her craft, Maria has become a well-respected bead artist and jeweler and member of the Arkansas Craft Guild.
Pottery classes with David Dahlstedt next session is January 8 – February 26
Learn to throw on the potter’s wheel, to hand build, fire and glaze or spend this time improving your techniques under the guidance of a master. David’s work may be found in numerous public and private collections around the country, including the permanent collection of the Arkansas Arts Center, where he received the purchase award in the Regional Craft Biennial.
The Arkansas Craft School is a center for craft education, dedicated to helping aspiring and practicing craft artisans gain the skills they need for success in the creative economy. Located on Main Street in Mountain View, in the beautiful and serene Ozark Mountains of North Central Arkansas, the Arkansas Craft School offers weekend and week long workshops in clay, glass, metal, fiber, wood, and other craft related media. The School also offers workshops in marketing and management practices geared specifically for artisans, crafts for kids, and community craft programs
Thanks to our partners and our corporate sponsors!