Craft Center gearing up for fresh exhibits

The Appalachian Center for Craft is hosting varying exhibitions throughout the early fall. Exhibitions coming this semester will include local artistry, award-winning craft and student glasswork. Starting today Alison Pack will be opening her “Clichés in Metal” exhibition. Open for viewing in the North Windows Gallery through October 27, Pack’s show will consist of her silver and copper sculptures.

The Craft Center will also be hosting its Off the Beaten Path 10th Anniversary Group Exhibition September 25 through November 3. The Exhibition will contain work from various local artists of every medium, including award-winning chair maker and BFA graduate in wood, Tim Hintz.

Beginning October 9, “Hot Glass” featuring the glass studio of the craft center, will be running through November 30. The Exhibit will contain the work of Everett Hirche, a recent BFA graduate in glass from the Appalachian Center for Craft, and student glasswork from the semester.

For more information on any of these coming exhibitions, contact Gallery Manager Gail Looper at glooper@tntech.edu.