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I met with chef Patrick O’Cain at his popular Asheville restaurant, Gàn Shān Station, to interview him about his upcoming class at the Folk School, The Modern Asian Kitchen. We are so excited and lucky to have him come to Brasstown, April 29–May 5, to share his knowledge of Asian cooking. Don’t miss this chance […]

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Have you ever wanted to experience the magic of moving molten glass? Flameworking 101 might be the class for you! We are lucky to have Carla Camasso join us again in the beginning of March to teach the art of flamework, also known as lampwork. Carla is a glass artist currently living in Asheville, North […]

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My recent trip to the Folk School was a little different than usual. For one thing, after ten years of teaching “The Science of Bread,” I shifted gears slightly and taught “Making Traditional Breads.” Thankfully, science still applies in traditional breads. The other difference was that my mom accompanied me for the first time, to […]

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Everyone will agree that a week at the Folk School passes too quickly. One minute, it’s Sunday night; you’re getting to know your teacher and studio and looking forward to the week ahead. The next minute, it’s Thursday afternoon, and you’re scrambling to finish work and facing the inevitable: that last meal in the dining […]

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Next week is a special week for our Book & Paper Arts Program as our brand new beautiful studio opens its doors to students for the very first time. It’s appropriate that the first class is a letterpress printing class considering that printmaking will flourish with the new space and room for equipment and presses. […]

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