Center for Craft introduces first video in new series of craft tutorials
Center for Craft is excited to introduce its first video in “Craft Connections,” a new series of craft tutorials led by Center for Craft instructors and grant recipients! First up, meet 2012 Windgate-Lamar Fellow Brian Fleetwood and his “Symbiosis Project” jewelry kits. Watch this video to learn more about the project
The Arts Mean Business!
“The creative sector is rooted in the cultural traditions of Buncombe County and Western North Carolina. Creative enterprises and entrepreneurs have always contributed to our area’s strong creative economy – they create jobs, generate local and state tax revenues, create products, encourage spending, and attract tourists.” (Click here to see report) —Asheville Area Arts Council
Snapshot of the Arts in Buncombe County
This regional snapshot report gives the big picture of a region’s creative landscape. It provides an overview of creative jobs, industry earnings, FDR grants, and Nonprofit revenues. (Click on graphic for full report). This regional snapshot report gives the big picture of a region’s creative landscape. It provides an overview of creative jobs, industry earnings, FDR grants, and Nonprofit revenues.(opens in a new tab)
Posted on July 1, 2020 by daryl77x
Now is the Best Time to Build our Creative Communities
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the meaning of Community in this age of Coronavirus. I spend fifty hours plus a week leading the Center for Craft, a national arts nonprofit centered here in Asheville.