Cullowhee Mountain ARTS is happy to offer housing on the WCU campus during the Summer Arts Workshop Series.
The Village is set back from the main campus and are shared housing facilities in town house fashion. Each "house" has two floors of dorm-style rooms with private bathrooms. The ground floor has a community living room and kitchen. Behind the town houses is "the commons" where the Sunday evening opening reception followed by dinner, and the Wednesday evening BBQ dinner are served . If you enjoy walking, the walk from the Village to the School of Art and Design is slightly over 1/2 mile. However, There is ample parking in the Village and parking at the Art Building if you wish to drive back and forth.
Rooms are dorm-style room with dorm furnishings, a private bath in each room. Linens are provided and a change of linens given mid-week. Residents have access to the "commons," with a covered terrace, a living room area, a laundromat, and walking trails nearby. Workshops include all lunches and the two group dinners. See more about meals below.
Meals - The workshop week begins with a Sunday evening wine reception followed by a catered group dinner. During this time you will meet your instructors and others in the workshops.
The University Dining facility includes a food court, Starbuck's and an upstairs Dining Hall with food bars. There are several other dining options on campus - CMA will provide a complete list in your orientation packet.
Coffee, tea, fresh fruit, and snacks are provided for all workshop attendees morning and afternoon in the student lounge in the School of Art & Design.
Check-in Sunday 3 pm - 5 pm
Check-out by Saturday, 11am.
If a hotel or B&B is desired, contact the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce who will provide you with a list of local lodging options.