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Richards explores the master-apprentice relationship of classical artists at the Fine Arts League of the Carolinas. One artist, Benjamin F. Long, IV, discusses the 500-year-old tradition of apprenticing and the benefits of learning art from a master.
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Black Mountain College was the brain child of John A. Rice, Jr. and was considered one of the most forward-thinking higher learning liberal arts centers of its time. The college supported a thorough inclusion of the arts in its education program.
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Glenis Redmond is a poet both on stage and in print. Her poems express her experiences growing up as a black woman in the South.
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WNC Magazine (NoCar F261 .W64), Vol. 2 Issue 5, July 2008, p68-73, il, por Periodical Website
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Blowing Rock has been a summer getaway for visitors since the early 1900s. The author presents popular restaurants, hotels, and tourist attractions in the town.
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In Pisgah National Forest, llamas do the heavy lifting, helping hikers carry camping gear through the trails.
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McKee presents artists who make and sell instruments, like fiddles and drums, in Western North Carolina.
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Michael Hofman is a ceramicist in Asheville's River Arts District and owns a studio that serves multiple purposes: a studio, gallery, and restaurant.
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