Arrowmont was built over 100 years ago, back when there was nothing else in the area. I wonder what the founders would have thought about this.
A glimpse into one of many Arrowmont galleries. Stunning work and presentation.
View from right outside the dining hall.
First breadboard attempt with an Attiny45 microprocessor.
Annie & Merjan working the threads.
Annie showing off her knit etextile piece.
Carl working diligently. He championed the Arduino Maxbotix code!
Ashley showing off her thermoconductive paint samples. Neat stuff.
Generously sized room for 8 students.
My workspace. If I had this much surface area at home, it’d be dangerous.
Carl brain expanded beautifully after a week programming circuits.
A little felted pin gifted to Jean Hicks who was teaching next door to us.
Every time I got frustrated with circuits, I’d swing by the millinery class. They were having maybe too much fun?