Appalshop News

2 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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4 days 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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6 days ago

Community, place, and theater traditions: and update from Roadside Theater

Roadside Theater has always been a place-based, community-powered theater. Over the years, our tireless work has helped keep the art of…

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3 weeks ago

An update from Caroline Rubens, our archive director

Read on for a message from Caroline Rubens, our Director of the Appalshop Archive:  Dear Appalshop Community,  On the morning of…

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1 month ago

An update from Willa Johnson, our director of films

It's been three weeks since catastrophic floods hit our offices in Whitesburg, KY, submerging the first floor of our main building in over…

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1 month ago

The work continues: an update from Appalshop

Since floods ravaged eastern Kentucky the morning of July 28th, we are well into the clean-up and recovery phase post-flooding. The floods…

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1 month ago

Meet our 2022-2023 film cohort!

At Appalshop, we are very proud of our deep commitment to training Appalachian filmmakers, photographers, and other multimedia…

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2 months ago

Archive Spotlight: Churches, storytelling, and bringing history to life

This month's Archive Spotlight is featuring the work of Josh Outsey, Project Documentation Coordinator with the Appalshop Archive whose…

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4 months ago

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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…

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