A - Arts, Culture, & Humanities

John C. Campbell Folk School

John C. Campbell Folk School provides experiences in non-competitive learning and community life that are joyful and enlivening. Located in scenic Brasstown, North Carolina, the Folk School offers year-round weeklong and weekend classes for adults in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing.

Korner's Folly Foundation

The mission of the Korner's Folly Foundation is to restore and preserve Historic Korner's Folly for the education and enjoyment of the public. Korner's Folly is the 1880s Victorian home of Jule Korner, artist and interior designer. He built Korner's Folly as a catalogue for his work. Today, Korner's Folly is open year-round for tours, educational programs, and community events. Programming centers around historic preservation, history, architecture, and art history.

Rince Na h'Eireann Parents Association

The Rince na h’Eireann Parents Association is an educational organization whose primary objective is to cultivate and share the love of Irish dance. We make it our mission to focus on the dancers. All of our activities are initiated and carried out by volunteers, some of whom no longer have students actively dancing. The Parents Association seeks opportunities to present the art of Irish dance to communities in North and South Carolina.

Historical Keyboard Society of N.A.

THE HISTORICAL KEYBOARD SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA is a United States-based non-profit organization comprised of members who love and promote early keyboard instruments like those pictured here, and the music written for them.

Formed in 2012 by the merger of the Midwestern Historical Keyboard Society (MHKS) and the Southeastern Historical Keyboard Society (SEHKS), its members include instrument builders, players, teachers, and scholars, as well as many who merely love the looks and sounds of these beautiful instruments.

Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts

The Thomas S. Kenan Institute for the Arts at the UNC
School of the Arts is an arts service organization that serves as a bridge between
campus and community by developing artist leaders, supporting creative careers
and businesses, and engaging in creative placemaking. The Institute supports the
exploration of new knowledge to cultivate leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators
who can tackle complex challenges in the communities in which they live and