Could Hoschton become a destination for those interested in the arts — featuring a folk art school and a wide-ranging variety of classes?
That’s what a newly-established group — called the Hoschton Heritage Arts Council (HHAC) — wants for the small town in West Jackson. One of the council’s goal is to make Hoschton a destination for art enthusiasts.
The potential folk art school in Hoschton may be similar to the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C. — where participants may spend a weekend or a week on a “creative vacation” learning anything from basketry to writing.
A possible home for the school in Hoschton may be a more than 100-year-old house on White Street, just one block behind city hall. The former home of Dr. L.C. Allen has also been a tea room and attorney’s office, but is currently vacant.
I think this is a wonderful idea! I just wish something similar could happen in Winder.
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02/01/12 at 10:21 PM
02/01/12 at 10:45 PM
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