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Huckleberry Mountain

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Outside Hendersonville atop Huckleberry Mountain an artists' colony was organized in 1940. The intent of the development was to offer instruction in the arts for interested Southerners. Established artists and writers taught classes in the morning and offered guidance during afternoon creative sessions. The camp was divided between the workshop for novices and the colony for professionals. Some areas of concentration were theaters, poetry, and creative writing.
The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 9 Issue 12, Aug 1941, p5