Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College

 
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The Harlan County Project: Phase 14

In the Spring, the 2014 ATP students began writing up incidents of community history and community-based personal experiences and connected these events and experiences to specific geographic points. They also photographed these spots. During the Summer of 2014, students will work with the Appalachian Program and Bruce Parsons at the University of Pikeville to develop a smartphone application that will integrate their stories and photographs into the Higher Ground guide to Harlan County. Some of the summer work will take place in a SKCTC class and some will take place in a UPIKE class happening in Harlan County this summer. The work will continue into the fall. The work is funded during the summer by the Robert E. Frazier Foundation as part of its three-year commitment to the Creative Development Center (CDC). The CDC is a collaborative project between our ATP partners to increase higher education opportunities in our community and to hold creative young people in the county longer. The project will combine education in arts and history with experience in software authoring. The work will be integrated into ongoing tourism development efforts. The project will also be connected to a larger collaboration with Appalshop intended to connect young creators across county lines in the SKCTC service area. That project is funded by Alternate ROOTS and its Partners in Action program.

 

2014 ATP Proposal

SKCTC's Live Presentation in Washington, D.C.

 


Contact Information:

Robert Gipe
Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College
700 College Road
Cumberland, KY 40823
Telephone: (606) 589-3130

E-Mail: robert.gipe@kctcs.edu



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