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Mountain Storytelling
Date: Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
Subject: Storytelling
Instructor: Ted White
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Appalachian folk tales are all around us. Where do you find them and how do you tell them? Explore where the stories come from, the morals they teach, and their relevance in today's world. People are living folk tales every day... Come be a part of this class and learn to tell your own! All levels welcome. This class is featured in our "Passing On Appalachian Traditions" series, and is designed to connect highly skilled Appalachian craft instructors with present-day students. Instruction includes historical and cultural relevance, in addition to helping students understand, recognize, and practice traditional Appalachian skills and techniques.

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Tuition: $630.00
Deposit: A deposit of $150.00 will be due upon checkout to hold your seat in this class.

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Simple yet Elegant Vase Forms Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
Dyeing
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Natural Dyeing for Wool: No Mordant Required Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
Blacksmithing
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Forging Iron, Forging Knives Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
Woodcarving, Painting
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Bird Carving: Eastern Bluebird Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
Quilting
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Elephants on Parade Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
Glass
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Stained Glass: Lead versus Copper Foil Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
Chair Seats
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Caning Backs and Bottoms Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
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Watercolor: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Sunday, Mar 29 - Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
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Because of registration costs and other services, including faculty contracts, material acquisitions and housing arrangements, the Folk School is required to charge cancellation fees to students who change their itineraries.
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