Spotlight on Education

January 2007
Surface Design Journal;Winter2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p62
Course Review
The article offers information about the course on "Professional Craft Program," offered by the Haywood Community College in Clyde, North Carolina. It describes as a two year course specializing on craft technique, design and business skills with centralized program in fiber, metal, and wood. It also connected with some well known organization and gallery including HandMade in America, and Blue Spiral Gallarey. The course offering is open to all students in all ages, with, or without experience.


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