Appalshop Archive Spotlight: Black Appalachians
Did you know that the Appalshop Archive is one of the largest collections of Appalachian history in the nation? Our Archive holds original…Read More 1 week ago
Help us fund Roadside Theater's Assisted Living Storytelling Project!
As we well know in our community and others across the world, the pandemic had crushing impacts on those in nursing homes and assisted…Read More 1 month ago
Appalshop Archive Spotlight: Labor in Appalachia
Did you know that the Appalshop Archive is one of the largest collections of Appalachian history in the nation? Our Archive holds original…Read More 2 months ago
Save the date for Seedtime 2022!
This year Seedtime is back in-person and better than ever the first weekend in June - with live music, film screenings, local vendors,…Read More 2 months ago
Join us for live music and film at Appalshop Presents!
We're announcing our 2022 Appalshop Presents series – live music and film screenings for free, all right here at Appalshop! Join us this…Read More 2 months ago
Appal Seed Fund Applications are open!
Are you an artist, media maker, or creative? Do you have a new, original, and risk-taking arts and cultural project and need funding…Read More 2 months ago
We're hiring a WMMT Communications & Engagement Fellow!
WMMT Communications & Engagement Fellow Who We Are: Appalshop’s mission is to enlist the power of…Read More 2 months ago
Tour our virtual gallery show of John Haywood's visual artwork
In another installment of Appalshop's Virtual Gallery presentations, we talk with John Haywood - musician and visual artist as well as…Read More 1 year ago
We're launching a campaign to reenvision Appalachian history
We are very proud to announce that the National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded our Appalshop Archive a Challenge grant to…Read More 1 month ago
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