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Augusta Heritage Workshops
Established
1972
Program Description
Workshops include basketry, calligraphy, paper & fabric marbling, bookbinding, wood engraving, quilting, rug hooking, weaving, instrument repair, furniture making, celtic design, stained glass, blacksmithing, pottery.
Programs/Year
200+
Program Length
1 week
Group Size or S:T Ratio
~12:1
Program Focus
Ceramics/Pottery, Decorative Art, Drawing, Paper/Fiber, Folk/Native, Furniture, Glass, Metals, Wood, Printmaking, Sculpture
Faculty
Master artists, musicians, dancers, craftspeople, folklorists.
Costs
$395-$405 (kids $325-$335) for 1-week class. Shared on-campus lodging & meals ~$325-$330/week ($425 single), $150-$205/child. College credit available. Folk art apprenticeship program also offered.
U.S. Locations
Elkins, West Virginia
Months
April, July, August, October
Contact
Judy Knorr
Information Coordinator
Augusta Heritage Center
Davis & Elkins College
Elkins, WV 26241
United States
Phone: 304-637-1209
Fax: 304-637-1317
E-Mail:
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