JAM is an after-school program providing students instruction and performance opportunities in Mountain Heritage Music on traditional Appalachian instruments. Children ages 7 and up may choose lessons in Fiddle (violin), Ukulele, Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo and Bass. Loaner instruments are available.
Step into the vibrant world of Raina Kranz, a multi-talented artist whose life’s journey weaves together
her passion for personal training, illustration, and design. Creating a life in the picturesque embrace of
the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, Raina found inspiration in her surroundings,
channeling the essence of joy, connection, and peace into her artwork.
The Jackson County Arts Council is thrilled to welcome the latest Rotunda Gallery Artist Roger B. Stephens.
Roger B. Stephens has been a practicing artist for over 50 years. After obtaining a BFA and Masters degree in painting and drawing at Western Carolina University, he became a professional sign artist and illustrator before accepting a faculty position in the Graphic Design curriculum at Southwestern Community College in 1990
he Jackson County Arts Council decided to try something different this holiday season. Rather than feature a single artist in the Rotunda Gallery for the months of December and January, we decided to host a group show where multiple artists are featured.
Join the Jackson County Arts Council on October 1st from 8:30 am-10:30 am at the Bicentennial Park in Sylva and Make Art Happen with our final Creative Circles event of the year.
The Jackson County Arts Council is thrilled to welcome the latest Rotunda Gallery Artist Kloo Hansen.
Her “Brave Enough Florals” will be on display throughout August and September with an opening reception hosted at the Rotunda Gallery in the Jackson County Public Library on Tuesday, September 27th, 2022 from 5:30 pm-7 pm.
A host of live exhibitions from local artists will include blacksmithing, pottery, glassblowing, lampworking, painting, basket weaving, wood turning, lapidary stone working, jewelry making, crochet, textile arts, fly-tying for fishing, and traditional Cherokee arts. Artists will be providing an interactive, knowledge-sharing experience for attendees.
Join us for the next Creative Circles event on August 6th, 2022 at the Appalachian Women’s Museum – Meetup and Make Art Happen!
Introducing JCAC Creative Circles – Meetup and Make Art Happen! Join the Jackson County Arts Council on the first Saturday of the month on April 9th, June 4th, August 6th, and October 1st from 8:30am-10:30am and Make Art Happen!
Participate in a virtual art market featuring artists of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, December 4-6, 2020 at www.kananesgi.com.