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Ozark Folk School

Judi Munn works with a student on forming a pot during a pottery class held during Ozark Folk School at the Ozark Folk Center State Park. From the March 26 issue. ...

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Beadmaking Class

Glass bead making instructor Sage Holland works alongside student Lynn Phelps during a weekly course underway at Arkansas Craft School. Visit www.arkansascraftschool.org. See more photos in the March 12 issue. ...

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Bruhin Pottery Featured

Glazed with Fire, an exhibition of Joe Bruhin's wood-fired ceramics, is on display at the Arts and Science Center in Pine Bluff through Feb. 24, 2014. See complete story in the Dec. 11 issue. (Subscribers get free access to the e-edition). ...

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Rein Baskets Featured

Owen Rein, a craftsman from Stone County, made two baskets that will be part of a collection of baskets to be displayed at the Smithsonian American Art Museum during October.  See the full story in the Oct. 9 issue. ...

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Organization Gets Grant For Festival

Old Time Ozark Traditions, Inc., based in Mountain View, has won $500 in the CommunityMatters Successful Communities Contest conducted in September. The organization plans to conduct the Lost Ozarks Old-Time Music Festival next May at Ozarka College in Mountain View. The grant will be used to advertise the event. See the full story in the Oct. 2 issue. ...

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Fiddle Champions Named

Six championship titles in two divisions were awarded at the Arkansas State Fiddle Championship held at the Ozark Folk Center State Park Sept. 20-21. See photos of all winners in the Sept. 25 issue. ...

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Chisholms Join Studio Tour

Gerry and Sheri Chisholm join the Off the Beaten Path Studio Tour taking place Sept. 13-15. The woodcarver and painter, along with more than 30 other artists, welcome visitors to their home studio. See the full story in the Sept. 11 issue ...

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Jim Crowell Joins Studio Tour

Thirty-three years ago when Jim Crowell decided to make a knife for a friend he never expected to start a lifelong career as a bladesmith. Crowell is a new member of Off the Beaten Path Studio Tour set for Sept. 13-15. See the full story in the Aug. 28 issue. ...

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Students Enjoy Ukulele Class

Last week's class on constructing a ukulele at the Arkansas Craft School was a success, with each student completing a soprano ukulele of solid hardwoods, including mahogany, koa and rosewood. Full story in the July 31 issue. ...

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