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Photo of the week: Susan’s Greetings

Penland gets quiet at this time of year. It’s good to know who your friends are, what they’re up to, and where the digital pyrometer is located. (Happy Holidays to all.)

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Photo of the week: Work-Week Style


You may not have seen them on the catwalks of Paris and Milan, but nose warmers are in, especially here, where the temperature dropped to the teens as our diligent fellows moved furniture out of the Pines in preparation for its renovation–just one of the feats of strength and care they are performing this week for the school. Core fellow Tyler Stoll knitted these dazzlers for (left to right) Jerry Jackson, Taylor Shelton, Audrey Bell, Tyler (the creator himself), Joshua Kovarik, Will Lentz, and (in the front row) Jamie Karolich, Sarah Rachel Brown, Meghan Martin, Angela Eastman, and Emily Rogstad. Photograph by David Chatt.


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Photo of the Week: Tiny Shiny Sale


Aran Galligan’s fall metals class hosted an open house and sale on Thursday afternoon. For a few hours, the Tiny Shiny Sale turned the upper metals studio into a delightful jewelry store, and everyone was delighted.


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Photo of the Week: Unintentional Installation

materials in natural dye class at Penland School

Mixed media in Donna Brown’s natural dye class.


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Photo(s) of the Week: Core Show Slideshow

Penland School of Crafts Core Fellows

Penland’s 2014 Core Fellows at the opening of their wonderful exhibition at Northlight on October 10. Click here for a slideshow with pictures from the opening and a few pieces by each person.

The core fellows (left to right) are Joshua Kovarik, Jamie Karolich, Emily Rogstad, Sarah Rachel Brown, Will Lentz, Tyler Stoll, Meghan Martin, Angela Eastman, Audrey Bell.


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Photo of the Week: Pin Registration!


Printmaking instructor Amanda Lee demonstrating the wonders of the pin registration system. Yeah, that sounds kind of unexciting — unless you are planning to make multicolor prints and you’d like things to line up really well, in which case you’d be as enthralled as Amanda’s students.


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Photo of the Week: This Is a Wonderful Thing

core reunion at Penland

We’re having a great week at Penland. It’s our first-ever core retreat (and reunion) — an open-studio week for current and former core fellows. You can look for a few blog posts from the week and we’ve turned our Instagram feed over to former core fellow Rachel Garceau. Check the Instagram hashtag #penlandcoreretreat.

Interested in becoming a Penland core fellow? Learn more about this two-year program in craft here. We have four fellowships available beginning in 2015, and applications are due next month: October 15, 2014.


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