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June 19, 2017 - July 18, 2017

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Monday, June 19, 2017

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop is a collaboration between LMU and Humanities Tennessee.

Darnell Arnoult, who had taught for a number of years at HT’s Tennessee Young Writers Workshop in Middle Tennessee, works with HT program officer Langston Wilkins to develop and co-direct AYWW in hopes of fostering new generations of writers who will contribute to Appalachian arts and letters. This is an incredible opportunity for our region's young writers.  All young writers, rising 10th graders through just graduated seniors, are eligable to attend.

This year we are accepting applications for both residential students and day students.

Schoarlships are available.

May 13, 2017: postmark deadline for all scholarship applications and materials
May 30, 2017:
postmark and payment deadline for all general applications

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM 2017 Josh Schertz Individual Skills Basketball Camp
2017 Josh Schertz Basketball Individual Skills Basketball Camp for Boys & Girls entering Grades K-12

Please see the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults
Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman will teach our ceramic workshops this year.  In these workshops we will explore hand-building techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up  at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking
Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Lobby)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design
Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design

This is Graphic Design class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School and Young Adults)
Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School & Young Adults)
June 19-23

This week long day camp for high school students (grades 9 through recently graduated) exposes participants to both the performing aspects of a play as well as writing their own work created from student’s life and perspectives. Students will learn new styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints) working in the mornings with voice, breath and movement and spend the afternoons creating an original devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) and presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: gain stronger social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.


9:00 AM - 1:30 PM LMU-CVM Preview Day
LMU-CVM Preview Day

Come visit Lincoln Memorial University's College of Veterinary Medicine! LMU-CVM is having a Preview Day on June 19, 2017. You and a guest can experience, first hand, what it is like to be a veterinary student at LMU. There will be a meet and greet with our current students as well as a presentation on LMU-CVM's curriculum. The Admissions Department will lead a session on the application process and there will also be campus tours available. Come be a Railsplitter for a day! 
Veterinary Student Center - (SC 100)
9:30 AM - 3:00 PM Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults)
Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults).

This one-week day camp, which includes workshops in Band, Choir, and Piano Performance, will culminate in a performance of the work on Friday, June 23rd.  (Participants must attend the full week of camp in order to perform.) 

The camp is designed for rising freshman-through just graduated seniors in high school

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Drawing
Fine Arts Camp - Drawing

This is a Drawing class for 9-12 graders & young adults-beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Photography
Fine Arts Camp - Photography

This weeklong workshop is intended for High School students interested in photography and all levels are welcomed. This gathering will celebrate different approaches to the medium and explore how individuals can use the lens to explore their own world. The instructor's presentations will showcase how photographers have made their work throughout history and created visual narratives. A series of technical demonstrations will provide students with the tools to use their own images to tell stories. Please bring a camera, notebook and pen! 

Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Blacksmithing for teens/adults (A)
Blacksmithing for teens/adults (A)

This is Blacksmithing Class for young adults ages 15 to adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome! Great for parents and their children to create art together.

In this 3 day,three-hour classes, students will be introduced to the basic smithing techniques of hammering, drawing-out, cutting, bending, and twisting. Using these techniques and a coal-fired forge students will heat a piece of iron to brilliant incandescence and with an anvil, hammer, and tongs create a decorative and useful 'J' and 'S' hook.

Class runs June 19th -21st from 5PM -8:00PM

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)
Plain Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2017 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 19th -23rd

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting - "Freezing & Drying"
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center

"Freezing & Drying" with Carol Brandon UT Extension Agent III, Family & Consumer Science
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Jazz in the Gap
Jazz in the Gap by The Rick Hirsch 4

Springhouse/Amphitheatre (SPGH) - (Amphitheatre)

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop is a collaboration between LMU and Humanities Tennessee.

Darnell Arnoult, who had taught for a number of years at HT’s Tennessee Young Writers Workshop in Middle Tennessee, works with HT program officer Langston Wilkins to develop and co-direct AYWW in hopes of fostering new generations of writers who will contribute to Appalachian arts and letters. This is an incredible opportunity for our region's young writers.  All young writers, rising 10th graders through just graduated seniors, are eligable to attend.

This year we are accepting applications for both residential students and day students.

Schoarlships are available.

May 13, 2017: postmark deadline for all scholarship applications and materials
May 30, 2017:
postmark and payment deadline for all general applications

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM 2017 Josh Schertz Individual Skills Basketball Camp
2017 Josh Schertz Basketball Individual Skills Basketball Camp for Boys & Girls entering Grades K-12

Please see the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults
Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman will teach our ceramic workshops this year.  In these workshops we will explore hand-building techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up  at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking
Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Lobby)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design
Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design

This is Graphic Design class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School and Young Adults)
Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School & Young Adults)
June 19-23

This week long day camp for high school students (grades 9 through recently graduated) exposes participants to both the performing aspects of a play as well as writing their own work created from student’s life and perspectives. Students will learn new styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints) working in the mornings with voice, breath and movement and spend the afternoons creating an original devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) and presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: gain stronger social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.


9:30 AM - 3:00 PM Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults)
Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults).

This one-week day camp, which includes workshops in Band, Choir, and Piano Performance, will culminate in a performance of the work on Friday, June 23rd.  (Participants must attend the full week of camp in order to perform.) 

The camp is designed for rising freshman-through just graduated seniors in high school

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Drawing
Fine Arts Camp - Drawing

This is a Drawing class for 9-12 graders & young adults-beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Photography
Fine Arts Camp - Photography

This weeklong workshop is intended for High School students interested in photography and all levels are welcomed. This gathering will celebrate different approaches to the medium and explore how individuals can use the lens to explore their own world. The instructor's presentations will showcase how photographers have made their work throughout history and created visual narratives. A series of technical demonstrations will provide students with the tools to use their own images to tell stories. Please bring a camera, notebook and pen! 

Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Blacksmithing for teens/adults (A)
Blacksmithing for teens/adults (A)

This is Blacksmithing Class for young adults ages 15 to adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome! Great for parents and their children to create art together.

In this 3 day,three-hour classes, students will be introduced to the basic smithing techniques of hammering, drawing-out, cutting, bending, and twisting. Using these techniques and a coal-fired forge students will heat a piece of iron to brilliant incandescence and with an anvil, hammer, and tongs create a decorative and useful 'J' and 'S' hook.

Class runs June 19th -21st from 5PM -8:00PM

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)
Plain Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2017 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 19th -23rd

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop is a collaboration between LMU and Humanities Tennessee.

Darnell Arnoult, who had taught for a number of years at HT’s Tennessee Young Writers Workshop in Middle Tennessee, works with HT program officer Langston Wilkins to develop and co-direct AYWW in hopes of fostering new generations of writers who will contribute to Appalachian arts and letters. This is an incredible opportunity for our region's young writers.  All young writers, rising 10th graders through just graduated seniors, are eligable to attend.

This year we are accepting applications for both residential students and day students.

Schoarlships are available.

May 13, 2017: postmark deadline for all scholarship applications and materials
May 30, 2017:
postmark and payment deadline for all general applications

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM 2017 Josh Schertz Individual Skills Basketball Camp
2017 Josh Schertz Basketball Individual Skills Basketball Camp for Boys & Girls entering Grades K-12

Please see the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults
Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman will teach our ceramic workshops this year.  In these workshops we will explore hand-building techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up  at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking
Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Lobby)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design
Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design

This is Graphic Design class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School and Young Adults)
Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School & Young Adults)
June 19-23

This week long day camp for high school students (grades 9 through recently graduated) exposes participants to both the performing aspects of a play as well as writing their own work created from student’s life and perspectives. Students will learn new styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints) working in the mornings with voice, breath and movement and spend the afternoons creating an original devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) and presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: gain stronger social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.


9:30 AM - 3:00 PM Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults)
Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults).

This one-week day camp, which includes workshops in Band, Choir, and Piano Performance, will culminate in a performance of the work on Friday, June 23rd.  (Participants must attend the full week of camp in order to perform.) 

The camp is designed for rising freshman-through just graduated seniors in high school

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Drawing
Fine Arts Camp - Drawing

This is a Drawing class for 9-12 graders & young adults-beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Photography
Fine Arts Camp - Photography

This weeklong workshop is intended for High School students interested in photography and all levels are welcomed. This gathering will celebrate different approaches to the medium and explore how individuals can use the lens to explore their own world. The instructor's presentations will showcase how photographers have made their work throughout history and created visual narratives. A series of technical demonstrations will provide students with the tools to use their own images to tell stories. Please bring a camera, notebook and pen! 

Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Blacksmithing for teens/adults (A)
Blacksmithing for teens/adults (A)

This is Blacksmithing Class for young adults ages 15 to adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome! Great for parents and their children to create art together.

In this 3 day,three-hour classes, students will be introduced to the basic smithing techniques of hammering, drawing-out, cutting, bending, and twisting. Using these techniques and a coal-fired forge students will heat a piece of iron to brilliant incandescence and with an anvil, hammer, and tongs create a decorative and useful 'J' and 'S' hook.

Class runs June 19th -21st from 5PM -8:00PM

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)
Plain Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2017 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 19th -23rd

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Jazz in the Gap
Jazz in the Gap by The Rick Hirsch 4

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Thursday, June 22, 2017

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop is a collaboration between LMU and Humanities Tennessee.

Darnell Arnoult, who had taught for a number of years at HT’s Tennessee Young Writers Workshop in Middle Tennessee, works with HT program officer Langston Wilkins to develop and co-direct AYWW in hopes of fostering new generations of writers who will contribute to Appalachian arts and letters. This is an incredible opportunity for our region's young writers.  All young writers, rising 10th graders through just graduated seniors, are eligable to attend.

This year we are accepting applications for both residential students and day students.

Schoarlships are available.

May 13, 2017: postmark deadline for all scholarship applications and materials
May 30, 2017:
postmark and payment deadline for all general applications

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM 2017 Josh Schertz Individual Skills Basketball Camp
2017 Josh Schertz Basketball Individual Skills Basketball Camp for Boys & Girls entering Grades K-12

Please see the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults
Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman will teach our ceramic workshops this year.  In these workshops we will explore hand-building techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up  at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking
Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Lobby)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design
Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design

This is Graphic Design class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School and Young Adults)
Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School & Young Adults)
June 19-23

This week long day camp for high school students (grades 9 through recently graduated) exposes participants to both the performing aspects of a play as well as writing their own work created from student’s life and perspectives. Students will learn new styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints) working in the mornings with voice, breath and movement and spend the afternoons creating an original devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) and presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: gain stronger social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.


9:30 AM - 3:00 PM Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults)
Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults).

This one-week day camp, which includes workshops in Band, Choir, and Piano Performance, will culminate in a performance of the work on Friday, June 23rd.  (Participants must attend the full week of camp in order to perform.) 

The camp is designed for rising freshman-through just graduated seniors in high school

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Drawing
Fine Arts Camp - Drawing

This is a Drawing class for 9-12 graders & young adults-beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Photography
Fine Arts Camp - Photography

This weeklong workshop is intended for High School students interested in photography and all levels are welcomed. This gathering will celebrate different approaches to the medium and explore how individuals can use the lens to explore their own world. The instructor's presentations will showcase how photographers have made their work throughout history and created visual narratives. A series of technical demonstrations will provide students with the tools to use their own images to tell stories. Please bring a camera, notebook and pen! 

Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Blacksmithing for teens/adults (B)
Beginner Blacksmithing for teens/adults (B)

This is Blacksmithing Class for young adults ages 15 to adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome! Great for parents and their children to create art together.

In this 3 day,three-hour classes, students will be introduced to the basic smithing techniques of hammering, drawing-out, cutting, bending, and twisting. Using these techniques and a coal-fired forge students will heat a piece of iron to brilliant incandescence and with an anvil, hammer, and tongs create a decorative and useful 'J' and 'S' hook.

Class runs June 19th -21st from 5PM -8:00PM.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)
Plain Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2017 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 19th -23rd

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Friday, June 23, 2017

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop is a collaboration between LMU and Humanities Tennessee.

Darnell Arnoult, who had taught for a number of years at HT’s Tennessee Young Writers Workshop in Middle Tennessee, works with HT program officer Langston Wilkins to develop and co-direct AYWW in hopes of fostering new generations of writers who will contribute to Appalachian arts and letters. This is an incredible opportunity for our region's young writers.  All young writers, rising 10th graders through just graduated seniors, are eligable to attend.

This year we are accepting applications for both residential students and day students.

Schoarlships are available.

May 13, 2017: postmark deadline for all scholarship applications and materials
May 30, 2017:
postmark and payment deadline for all general applications

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM 2017 Josh Schertz Individual Skills Basketball Camp
2017 Josh Schertz Basketball Individual Skills Basketball Camp for Boys & Girls entering Grades K-12

Please see the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults
Clay Class for Young Adults: 9-12 Grade and young adults

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman will teach our ceramic workshops this year.  In these workshops we will explore hand-building techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up  at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking
Fine Arts Camp - Printmaking

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Lobby)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design
Fine Arts Camp Program - Graphic Design

This is Graphic Design class for 9-12 graders & young adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!
Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Fine Arts Camp Program - Painting
Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School and Young Adults)
Fine Arts Camp: Theatre (for High School & Young Adults)
June 19-23

This week long day camp for high school students (grades 9 through recently graduated) exposes participants to both the performing aspects of a play as well as writing their own work created from student’s life and perspectives. Students will learn new styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints) working in the mornings with voice, breath and movement and spend the afternoons creating an original devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) and presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: gain stronger social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.


9:30 AM - 3:00 PM Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults)
Summer Music Camp (for High School & Young Adults).

This one-week day camp, which includes workshops in Band, Choir, and Piano Performance, will culminate in a performance of the work on Friday, June 23rd.  (Participants must attend the full week of camp in order to perform.) 

The camp is designed for rising freshman-through just graduated seniors in high school

12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Drawing
Fine Arts Camp - Drawing

This is a Drawing class for 9-12 graders & young adults-beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Fine Arts Camp - Photography
Fine Arts Camp - Photography

This weeklong workshop is intended for High School students interested in photography and all levels are welcomed. This gathering will celebrate different approaches to the medium and explore how individuals can use the lens to explore their own world. The instructor's presentations will showcase how photographers have made their work throughout history and created visual narratives. A series of technical demonstrations will provide students with the tools to use their own images to tell stories. Please bring a camera, notebook and pen! 

Avery Hall (AVER) - (102)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Blacksmithing for teens/adults (B)
Beginner Blacksmithing for teens/adults (B)

This is Blacksmithing Class for young adults ages 15 to adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome! Great for parents and their children to create art together.

In this 3 day,three-hour classes, students will be introduced to the basic smithing techniques of hammering, drawing-out, cutting, bending, and twisting. Using these techniques and a coal-fired forge students will heat a piece of iron to brilliant incandescence and with an anvil, hammer, and tongs create a decorative and useful 'J' and 'S' hook.

Class runs June 19th -21st from 5PM -8:00PM.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)
Plain Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2017 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 19th -23rd

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (Cancelled) Moonshine Macbeth
2017 Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents
"Moonshine Macbeth"
a new comedy based on Shakespeare's Tragedy

Saturday, June 24, 2017

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop is a collaboration between LMU and Humanities Tennessee.

Darnell Arnoult, who had taught for a number of years at HT’s Tennessee Young Writers Workshop in Middle Tennessee, works with HT program officer Langston Wilkins to develop and co-direct AYWW in hopes of fostering new generations of writers who will contribute to Appalachian arts and letters. This is an incredible opportunity for our region's young writers.  All young writers, rising 10th graders through just graduated seniors, are eligable to attend.

This year we are accepting applications for both residential students and day students.

Schoarlships are available.

May 13, 2017: postmark deadline for all scholarship applications and materials
May 30, 2017:
postmark and payment deadline for all general applications

7:00 AM - 10:00 PM 2017 Individual Basketball Camp
2017 Individual Basketball Camp - open to boys and girls ages 7-14

See the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PA White Coat Ceremon
LMU-DCOM Physician Assistant White Coat Ceremony
in Tex Turner Arena
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Arena Floor, Seating & Bleachers)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Blacksmithing for teens/adults (B)
Beginner Blacksmithing for teens/adults (B)

This is Blacksmithing Class for young adults ages 15 to adults -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome! Great for parents and their children to create art together.

In this 3 day,three-hour classes, students will be introduced to the basic smithing techniques of hammering, drawing-out, cutting, bending, and twisting. Using these techniques and a coal-fired forge students will heat a piece of iron to brilliant incandescence and with an anvil, hammer, and tongs create a decorative and useful 'J' and 'S' hook.

Class runs June 19th -21st from 5PM -8:00PM.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Moonshine Macbeth
2017 Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents
"Moonshine Macbeth"
a new comedy based on Shakespeare's Tragedy

*Rain location: LMU Duke Hall/Sam & Sue Mars Performing Arts Center

Sunday, June 25, 2017

All Day Poet Boot Camp
Poet Boot Camp with Aaron Smith

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Men's Basketball 2017 Elite Camp
Men's Basketball 2017 Elite Camp Grades 9-12

See the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)

Monday, June 26, 2017

All Day Poet Boot Camp
Poet Boot Camp with Aaron Smith

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.
7:00 AM - 5:00 PM 2017 Individual Basketball Camp
2017 Individual Basketball Camp - open to boys and girls ages 7-14

See the attached brochure for more details.
Mary E Mars Gymnasium (MARS) - (Gym Floor & Bleachers)
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Painting for Middle School Students
Painting for Middle School Students

This is painting class for Middle School Students (Grades 6th through 8th) -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 26th -30th from 9am -11:00 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

All Day Poet Boot Camp
Poet Boot Camp with Aaron Smith

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Painting for Middle School Students
Painting for Middle School Students

This is painting class for Middle School Students (Grades 6th through 8th) -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 26th -30th from 9am -11:00 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

All Day Poet Boot Camp
Poet Boot Camp with Aaron Smith

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Painting for Middle School Students
Painting for Middle School Students

This is painting class for Middle School Students (Grades 6th through 8th) -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 26th -30th from 9am -11:00 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Thursday, June 29, 2017

All Day Poet Boot Camp
Poet Boot Camp with Aaron Smith

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Painting for Middle School Students
Painting for Middle School Students

This is painting class for Middle School Students (Grades 6th through 8th) -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 26th -30th from 9am -11:00 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Moonshine Macbeth
2017 Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents
"Moonshine Macbeth"
a new comedy based on Shakespeare's Tragedy

Friday, June 30, 2017

All Day Poet Boot Camp
Poet Boot Camp with Aaron Smith

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM New Student Registration
New Student Registration
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (100 Auditorium)
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (1st floor Main Lobby)
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Painting for Middle School Students
Painting for Middle School Students

This is painting class for Middle School Students (Grades 6th through 8th) -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 26th -30th from 9am -11:00 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Moonshine Macbeth
2017 Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents
"Moonshine Macbeth"
a new comedy based on Shakespeare's Tragedy

Saturday, July 01, 2017

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Moonshine Macbeth
2017 Appalachian Shakespeare Project presents
"Moonshine Macbeth"
a new comedy based on Shakespeare's Tragedy

Monday, July 03, 2017

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Independence Day

Thursday, July 06, 2017

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Cancelled) Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for Adults)
Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for adults)

The Gaudete Brass Quintet Summer Seminar is a four-day event open to college, adult amateur, and professional brass performers. The event professional brass performers. The event will feature performances by the Gaudete Brass Quintet, ensemble coaching, open master classes, and discussion of the elements of chamber music performance.

 Seminar/Instruction will run from: July 6 thru 9th, 9am-6pm and will culminate with a concert on Sunday, July 9th, at 3pm.


Friday, July 07, 2017

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Cancelled) Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for Adults)
Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for adults)

The Gaudete Brass Quintet Summer Seminar is a four-day event open to college, adult amateur, and professional brass performers. The event professional brass performers. The event will feature performances by the Gaudete Brass Quintet, ensemble coaching, open master classes, and discussion of the elements of chamber music performance.

 Seminar/Instruction will run from: July 6 thru 9th, 9am-6pm and will culminate with a concert on Sunday, July 9th, at 3pm.


Saturday, July 08, 2017

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Cancelled) Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for Adults)
Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for adults)

The Gaudete Brass Quintet Summer Seminar is a four-day event open to college, adult amateur, and professional brass performers. The event professional brass performers. The event will feature performances by the Gaudete Brass Quintet, ensemble coaching, open master classes, and discussion of the elements of chamber music performance.

 Seminar/Instruction will run from: July 6 thru 9th, 9am-6pm and will culminate with a concert on Sunday, July 9th, at 3pm.


Sunday, July 09, 2017

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Cancelled) Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for Adults)
Brass Summer Seminar: Gaudete Brass Quintet (for adults)

The Gaudete Brass Quintet Summer Seminar is a four-day event open to college, adult amateur, and professional brass performers. The event professional brass performers. The event will feature performances by the Gaudete Brass Quintet, ensemble coaching, open master classes, and discussion of the elements of chamber music performance.

 Seminar/Instruction will run from: July 6 thru 9th, 9am-6pm and will culminate with a concert on Sunday, July 9th, at 3pm.


Monday, July 10, 2017

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

All Day Writing to Heal
Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

All Day Writing to Heal
Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

All Day Writing to Heal
Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

Friday, July 14, 2017

All Day Writing to Heal
Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM New Student Registration
New Student Registration
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (100 Auditorium)
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (1st floor Main Lobby)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM LMU Family Night at the Smokies
LMU Family Night at the Smokies

Tickets $9 or $15 with meal

Saturday, July 15, 2017

All Day Writing to Heal
Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Organic Gardening - "Canning & Preserving"
Organic Garden - "Canning and Preserving" with Carol Brandon UT Extension Agent III, Family & Consumer Science
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Cumberland Mountain Music Show
The Cumberland Mountain Music Show featuring the Music and Heritage of Mountain People " will be in the LMU- Cumberland Gap Convention Center.
LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Sunday, July 16, 2017

All Day Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley & Friends
Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley & Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting.  We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners.

Monday, July 17, 2017

All Day Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley & Friends
Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley & Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting.  We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners.

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Painting for Kids (1st - 5th Graders)
Painting for Kids (1st - 5th Graders)

This is painting class for Elementary Students (Grades 1st through 5th) -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs July 17th -21st from 9am -11:00 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM Appalachian Youth Performance Arts Camp
Appalachian Youth Performance Arts Camp
July 17-21 Instruction
July 22 Public Performance

Arts in the Gap, in collaboration with the Middlesborough Little Theatre, will reprise the Appalachian Youth Performing Arts Camp July 17-21, 2016. This one-week day camp, which includes workshops in acting, singing, dance, stage makeup, costuming, and stage choreography, will culminate in a performance of the work on Saturday, July 22nd, at 2:30 p.m. (Participants must attend the full week of camp in order to perform.) 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Clay Class for Teens and Adults
Clay Class for Teens and Adults

This clay class is for teens, Young Adults and adults

Instruction: July 17-21st, 5:00 pm – 7:00pm

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman is back to teach our ceramic workshop as part of 2017's AITG line up. This workshop we will explore hand-building techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU's ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

All Day Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley & Friends
Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley & Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting.  We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners.

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Painting for Kids (1st - 5th Graders)
Painting for Kids (1st - 5th Graders)

This is painting class for Elementary Students (Grades 1st through 5th) -beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs July 17th -21st from 9am -11:00 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM Appalachian Youth Performance Arts Camp
Appalachian Youth Performance Arts Camp
July 17-21 Instruction
July 22 Public Performance

Arts in the Gap, in collaboration with the Middlesborough Little Theatre, will reprise the Appalachian Youth Performing Arts Camp July 17-21, 2016. This one-week day camp, which includes workshops in acting, singing, dance, stage makeup, costuming, and stage choreography, will culminate in a performance of the work on Saturday, July 22nd, at 2:30 p.m. (Participants must attend the full week of camp in order to perform.) 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Clay Class for Teens and Adults
Clay Class for Teens and Adults

This clay class is for teens, Young Adults and adults

Instruction: July 17-21st, 5:00 pm – 7:00pm

Clay artist Brandon Lutterman is back to teach our ceramic workshop as part of 2017's AITG line up. This workshop we will explore hand-building techniques in clay, allowing young artists to use their imagination while being guided by the LMU's ceramics faculty and assistant. After the creation of the work, the young artists will be taught to apply colored slip to their work, followed by a clear glaze. The work will be once fired and available for pick up at a later date TBA on last day of class. The time to pick up the child’s artwork will be announced during the final day of class. Please be advised that parent participation is also greatly appreciated.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)

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