WCA Arts & Crafts Professional Development Day for Teachers

WCA’s School for Arts & Crafts will offer area teachers a chance to earn professional development credit by spending a day on our historic campus learning crafts projects they can take into their classrooms.

The event will be held from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, April 6, in the Pence/Greybeal Building on the Washington College Academy campus in Limestone, Tenn. Participants will take two three-hour sessions — a metalsmith workshop where Master Metalsmith Dwight Bennett will teach how to use metal wire and simple tools to create projects for all age groups and skill levels; and Dr. Fran Church will teach teach techniques for using paper mache to sculpt and create charming puppets.

The cost of the day’s activities is $50 which includes a catered Chick-fil-A lunch and all materials. Pre-registration is required so we know how much food to provide. If you have questions, feel free to email info@washingtoncollegeacademy.org or call (423) 257-5151.

To pre-register, fill out the form below.

 

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WCA Is Hiring Arts & Crafts Teachers

Call for Artists and Artisans

The Washington College Academy School of Arts & Crafts is seeking instructors for the 2019 season who would like to teach classes and workshops on our historic campus, located in Limestone, Tenn. halfway between Greeneville and Johnson City.  Starting at the beginning of April and running through October, these PAID positions are available to a select number of applicants. To submit a proposal, send a resume, class description, and list of required materials to info@washingtoncollegeacademy.org.  Deadlines for proposals January 15th, 2019.  Notification of acceptance January 21th.  Publication of dates and classes February 2nd 2019.

We are currently planning our 2019 slate of classes. Email us for more information.

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