Jeanne Whitfield Brady
Appalachian Center for Craft
Tennessee Technological University

 

Syllabi
ACC Fibers
Gallery
Directions to ACC
Contact Jeanne
Professional Info

Jeanne Whitfield Brady has run the Fibers Program at the Craft Center since 1999.  She received a BFA in printmaking/drawing and an M.F.A in surface and textile design at East Carolina University. She has previously taught at the University of Maine, East Carolina University, and Appalachian State University. 

Jeanne's work has appeared in American Craft Magazine and is represented in national and international exhibitions and collections. Jeanne’s broad range of experience is evident in a fibers program grounded in well-crafted traditional, functional and exploratory contemporary fiber forms and processes.

The Craft Center is located in central Tennessee on a wilderness tract adjacent to Center Hill Lake.  Our grounds and galleries  are open seven days a week, and we invite you to visit.  Check the Directions to ACC.

To see work by fibers students at the Craft Center, go to the Gallery page, where you will also find images of Jeanne's work and an artist's statement.  Go to Syllabi for information about the fibers studio courses taught at the Craft Center.  To find out more about our Fibers Program and the fibers studio facility, including opportunities for surface design, papermaking, and weaving, go to ACC Fibers.   

For more information on other programs and facilities at the Craft Center and the summer workshop program go to the Appalachian Center for Craft webpage.  

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