AIS members are invited to paint on the grounds of the Museum of Appalachia.
AIS will pay the visitors fee of $15. You must pre-register if you want AIS to pay your fee.
The Museum of Appalachia, founded in 1969 by John Rice Irwin, portrays an authentic mountain farm and pioneer village, with three dozen historic log structures, several exhibit buildings filled with thousands of authentic Appalachian artifacts, multiple gardens and free range farm animals, all set in a picturesque venue and surrounded by split-rail fences.
There are over 250,000 artifacts housed in 3 multi-story exhibit buildings; vast collections of folk art, musical instruments, baskets, quilts, Native American artifacts, and much more.
DO NOT ARRIVE EARLY--GATES DO NOT OPEN UNTIL 9:00 AM.
PAINT OUT CHECK IN ONLY FROM 9:00 am to 10:30 am. You can paint all day but we will only stamp canvases in the morning. If you've already had your materials stamped, you do not need to check in.
If you'd like to bring a guest, you must pre-register and pay for their fee of $15.
YOU MAY NOT BRING FOOD TO THE MUSEUM GROUNDS. There is a cafe on site.
Address: 2819 Andersonville Highway Clinton, TN 37716
You must bring your own supplies and easel.
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