During Fall Arts Weekend, learn and work with experts in workshops in nature photography, dry stone masonry, weaving, woodcarving, and stained glass. Award-winning dry stone mason Drystone Joe will be returning to Pine Mountain to teach the School’s dry stone masonry workshop. Harlan County native and renowned photographer Malcolm J. Wilson will lead the digital nature photography workshop. In addition, we offer courses on weaving on a loom, stained glass, and woodcarving.
Cost for weaving, woodcarving, or stained glass is $225 for adults. Cost for the drystone workshop is $395 for adults.
Visitors to Pine Mountain may stay in dormitory or cottage-style housing. Single rooms are available upon request. Linens are furnished.
Meals are served in the Laurel House dining room. When possible, the School serves vegetables grown on campus. Vegetarian meals are available upon request.
To reserve your spot click the link below, call 606-558-3571, or email firstname.lastname@example.org