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Appalachian Arts Center

2157 Steelsburg Highway,
Cedar Bluff, VA 24609

(276) 596-9188

Tuesday - Friday: 12:00-6:00 pm.
Saturday:10:00 am -6:00 pm.

Cedar Bluff, Richlands
Gallery, Shop, Cultural

Located in rural Tazewell County, Virginia, Appalachian Arts Center was established with the idea of creating a space where the unique mountain culture of the region, as manifested in it's arts: (craft, fine art, music, dance, storytelling & writing) is celebrated, preserved and promoted. The Center, a part of Southwest Virginia Community College, provides a cultural hub where members of the community can routinely gather for rotating exhibitions, presentations, workshops and performances- and in so doing- gain insight into the creative process, connect with one another, share and carry forward traditions, and discover opportunity through education. The retail gallery provides handcrafted, locally made goods for those seeking a shopping experience with soul, and those wanting to contribute to the local economy.


appalachianartscenter

Appalachian Arts Center

Appalachian Arts Center
2157 Steelsburg Highway,
Cedar Bluff, VA 24609
appartsinfo@sw.edu
(276) 596-9188
https://www.appalachianartscenter.org
apparts.sw.edu
Tuesday - Friday: 12:00-6:00 pm.
Saturday:10:00 am -6:00 pm.

About

The Appalachian Arts Center is both a retail gallery and exhibition space featuring the work of local/regional artists, craftspeople, authors, and musicians. The Arts Center offers educational workshops, demonstrations, professional development seminars as well as an assortment of evening craft classes. The Appalachian Arts Center is located in Tazewell County along Rt. 19 in the "old Archie Helton Store" (2.5 miles south of the Claypool Hill intersection of Rt. 19 and Rt. 460). The Appalachian Arts Center proudly features hand-made work including baskets, book art, clay, drawing, fiber art, glass, greeting cards, jewelry, metal, mixed-media, musical instruments, painting, photography, printmaking, and woodwork. We also carry local authors' books and musicians' CDs along with local jam, jelly, and honey.

Located in rural Tazewell County, Virginia, Appalachian Arts Center was established with the idea of creating a space where the unique mountain culture of the region, as manifested in it's arts: (craft, fine art, music, dance, storytelling & writing) is celebrated, preserved and promoted. The Center, a part of Southwest Virginia Community College, provides a cultural hub where members of the community can routinely gather for rotating exhibitions, presentations, workshops and performances- and in so doing- gain insight into the creative process, connect with one another, share and carry forward traditions, and discover opportunity through education. The retail gallery provides handcrafted, locally made goods for those seeking a shopping experience with soul, and those wanting to contribute to the local economy.

  • Business Type
    Gallery
    Shop
    Cultural