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Since our founding in 1902, Hindman Settlement School has evolved to meet the changing needs of the region. The Settlement’s work today includes education and service programs that address the critical needs of youth and families while promoting the rich traditional arts of Appalachia.

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Join the Kentucky Arts Council today at 11am for a panel discussion among arts leaders across the Commonwealth, including the Settlements Josh Mullins, Director of Advancement.

The panel, Arts Organizations, Surviving and Thriving the Pandemic: A Panel Discussion, is available at http://artscouncil.ky.gov/KAC/Showcasing/artsweek-2021.htm

Join the Kentucky Arts Council today at 11am for a panel discussion among arts leaders across the Commonwealth, including the Settlement’s Josh Mullins, Director of Advancement.

The panel, Arts Organizations, Surviving and Thriving the Pandemic: A Panel Discussion, is available at artscouncil.ky.gov/KAC/Showcasing/artsweek-2021.htm
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Josh was this recorded so we can watch?

Were just two weeks away from the start of a hand stitching and quilting class for adults offered by The Makery with instructor Jenn Noble Shepherd. 

Learn more and register today at https://hindman.org/themakery/quilting/!

We’re just two weeks away from the start of a hand stitching and quilting class for adults offered by The Makery with instructor Jenn Noble Shepherd.

Learn more and register today at hindman.org/themakery/quilting/!
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Sarah Kate shares why #artsmatter during Kentucky Arts Week! See MoreSee Less

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Love to hear you sing!!!

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On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys sit down with Cassie Mullins Moses, the daughter of former Hindman Settlement School Executive Director, Mike Mullins, to discuss his legacy and his years of service to Hindman. She also shares plenty of stories about what it was like growing up at the Settlement. Check it out at the link below or on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!

Apologies for the audio quality. The WiFi and recording equipment was struggling to cooperate so we had to settle for the Zoom recording. 

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1356310/7879855

On this episode of the HindmanCast, the Troublesome Boys sit down with Cassie Mullins Moses, the daughter of former Hindman Settlement School Executive Director, Mike Mullins, to discuss his legacy and his years of service to Hindman. She also shares plenty of stories about what it was like growing up at the Settlement. Check it out at the link below or on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!

Apologies for the audio quality. The WiFi and recording equipment was struggling to cooperate so we had to settle for the Zoom recording.

www.buzzsprout.com/1356310/7879855
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What a gift this was. I think every board member involved in searching for the new Executive Director needs to listen to this. I not only know about Mike Mullins but a portion of history why Hindman Settlement School remains essential to this day. I am reminded of the phrase, "Standing on the shoulders of giants." Corey and Jordan, these podcasts are so informative. Each one gives me a better understanding of the mission. Such a treasure to have the oral history from your guests.

What a wonderful story. It was so nice to hear about where you’re from!

Awesome job Cassie. I know this had to be difficult and hope it brought back good memories, as well.

You did a wonderful job Cassie. Love you

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The Spring 2021 Course Catalog is now open for registration! Explore this semesters offerings and register at Hindman.org/themakery

The Spring 2021 Course Catalog is now open for registration! Explore this semester’s offerings and register at Hindman.org/themakery See MoreSee Less

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Give our latest podcast a listen—and subscribe if hij haven’t already!

Give our latest podcast a listen—and subscribe if hij haven’t already!On episode 8, bestselling author Silas House joins us to discuss the upcoming 44th Annual Appalachian Writer’s Workshop. If you need that little extra boost to apply and submit your work, this ought to do it! Check it out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or at the link below!
www.buzzsprout.com/1356310/7603054
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I could listen to him all day!

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