Appalshop News

6 months ago

Appalachian Flood Support Resources

On July 28th, Appalachian Eastern Kentucky, Southwestern Virginia, and surrounding areas experienced historic flooding levels. As we move…

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2 days ago

AMI Documentary Earns Multiple Festival Selections

AMI's 2022 Summer Documentary Institute production “No Such Right: The End of Roe in Appalachia” was accepted into the LGBTQ Unbordered…

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1 week ago

Our Roadside Theater Premieres New Play and New Website

Roadside believes that the change of the calendar isn’t just symbolic this time around. As you might know–2022 was a difficult year.…

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8 months ago

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2 months ago

Appalshop Annual Appeal - Letter from Executive Director Alex Gibson

What a year 2022 has been for us here at Appalshop. We’ve had several high moments, including the return of in-person events and…

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2 months ago

Help us Create a Digital Community Archive

We're asking for our community's help in creating a digital community archive of the July 2022 flooding in Eastern Kentucky and Southwest…

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3 months ago

GRANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Funding for Artists impacted by July Floods

We're partnering with the Educational Foundation of America to provide relief checks to local Kentucky artists impacted by the July 2022…

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3 months ago

You're invited to the Red Fox Storytelling Festival!

You're invited to the 2022 Red Fox Storytelling Festival - full of spooky story-telling, a trail chase, vendors (more info below if you'd…

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3 months ago

Join us for a discussion with Kim Kelly from her new book, "Fight Like Hell"

Join WMMT and the Read Spotted Newt for an enlightening discussion with independent journalist and Teen Vogue labor columnist Kim…

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4 months ago

Two months later, we reflect on where we are after the floods

It’s been two months since we and our neighbors awoke to a horrific flooding event and we’re still processing what that means for us as…

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