Appalshop News

1 month ago

Anne Braden: Southern Patriot

If you are considering a screening with the filmmaker, have questions, or would like to respond to the film, please send a message to…

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1 month ago

We're hiring a financial associate!

Financial Associate Who We Are: Appalshop’s mission is to enlist the power of education, media, theater, music, and other arts to…

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2 months ago

To our Appalshop community, thank you

Dear Appalshop Community,  To say the past few days has been overwhelming would be an understatement. We have felt immense grief and…

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2 months ago

We're unveiling new "Our Town" community art pieces in Pound, VA!

As a project of the National Endowment for the Arts “Our Town” creative placemaking program, four art installations and six historic…

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2 months ago

Remembering Darlene Wilson: teacher, organizer and academic powerhouse of Appalachia

“Women are the place-keepers. Men roam. They want to go hunting and roaming and shooting things. Being one of those place-keepers [is the…

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2 months ago

Join us for our Summer Documentary Institute film screening!

You're invited to join us in celebrating our 2022 Summer Documentary Institute interns and their documentaries July 29th! Read on to hear a…

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3 months ago

We're hiring a director for our Community Development Program!

Who We Are: Appalshop’s mission is to enlist the power of education, media, theater, music, and other arts to document, disseminate, and…

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3 months ago

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…

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3 months 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…

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4 months 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…

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