A lot of people think they can’t dance. But then they try contra dancing: they can jump right in as a beginner. The moves are straightforward, and they don’t need any special skills. With practice, they become smoother and learn some extra moves, but the initial learning curve is a mere ripple in the road. […]
Cindy Alley wrote a great blog about her experience as a student in last week’s “Yoruba Batik, Adire, and Tie Dye” with Gasali Adeyemo (Oct. 20-25, 2013): Just back from another wonderful week at John C. Campbell Folk School. I went with two State College friends, Mart and Judy, and my mom from Cleveland. It […]
Check out the blog Wakingofthebear.com written by Folk School student Troy Dale. Troy took our photography class “Capture Nature through the Lens” with Liz Domingue last week and here are some of his photos. Be sure to check out more of the photos he took in class on his Flickr page.
David Evans is one of our students at the Folk School! He recently took Ken and Melody Shipley’s pottery class. This awesome article will be published in the Atlanta on-line journal “Like the Dew.” Click here to read the PDF version of Slinging Mud by Folk School Student David Evans.
We love it when our students blog about us! Steve Johnson, a Folk School student and painter has recently taken a class at the Folk School with Melody Boggs, Old Masters Style of Painting March 17-23 and has written about it in his blog, Slim (Steve) Johnson Paints. Read his blog here […]