Aerial view of the Appalachian Center for Craft, with Center Hill Lake in the
background.  The large square building in the center, partially obscured 
by trees, contains administrative offices, sales and exhibition galleries,
The Walkway Cafe, conference rooms, AV rooms, and a library.

The building on the left contains the fibers studios upstairs, and wood
 studios downstairs.  The long building to the right is the "hot wing," and
contains the clay studio at the right, the metals studio in the middle, and
the glass studio at the left.  Sizes are deceptive.  The clay studio alone is 
over 8000 square feet indoors, plus 3500 additional square feet outside 
under roof.  Condominium-style housing units 
are off to the left out of the picture. 

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