Sunday, June 19, 2016

One Last Look at John C. Campbell Folk School


Mornings at JCC begin with an optional program called Morningsong.  


On the last day the performers were The Pressley Girls -- daughters of a long time blog friend, Tipper of the Blind Pig and the Acorn blog.


In the afternoon of the last day, the student exhibit  is a great way to see all the wonderful creations of the past week.


Enameling



Doll making






Chip carving




Spinning and knitting


Clay


Woodblock Printmaking 






Blacksmithing


Campbellin -- this class constructed a simple three string instrument and learned to play it.



Glass mosaics







Oil Painting






Stained Glass



The music class played and sang.. .



And the Campbellin builders showed their prowess with their newly constructed instruments.



 Thus endeth the week at JCC. Something for everyone and a constantly shifting array of courses. 


7 comments:

Ms. A said...

How cool is this! I love seeing all the results!!!

Stella Jones said...

I really enjoyed looking at all Those wonderful creations. So many lovely things. I particularly liked the enamelling and the instrument making.

Frances said...

Sending you another huge thank you for sharing this wonderful school with us, Vicki! xo

Jim Egerton said...

Problem is, I would want to take all the classes. LOOKS like the most fun a person could have.

Jeri Landers said...

I am happy to say I'll be going the the JCCFS in October, but not for a class. I'll be exhibiting at the fall festival, can't wait to see the School and grounds!

Merisi said...

A truly great place, and I am amazed by the arts and crafts talents the students!

jennyfreckles said...

Wow, some gorgeous creations there. I particularly like the wood block prints. Note to self... Must find a way of expanding my creativity when I retire.