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NamePaul Chenoweth
BornJanuary 26, 1950
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Current locationNashville, Tennessee
Education and employment
OccupationManager, Web Programming Services
High schoolLanier High School (Macon, Georgia)
UniversityBelmont University, Auburn University

About Paul[edit]

Paul Chenoweth is the Manager of Web Programming Services at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Wikipedia Projects and Articles[edit]

Paul's primary focus as an editor on Wikipedia is to upgrade the level and accuracy of information regarding Belmont University and Belmont Mansion. In April 2014, Paul and 6 Belmont graduate students, researched and published a new article for the Belmont Tower and Carillon.

Category:Wikipedians in Nashville, Tennessee

Clay Artist[edit]

Paul is a clay artist and potter specializing in the construction of ceramic musical instruments and MugPhlutes, whimsical sculptural pieces that generally combine a functional whistle/flute and a cup/mug. Mr. Chenoweth's ocarinas, and whistles fall within the category of Aerophones among musical instrument classifications. His blog, Paul Chenoweth - Clay Artist[1], includes numerous references to the making of ceramic musical instruments along with personal reflections on Paul's journey working with clay.

Where to find Paul online[edit]

Paul is an aging digital native and may be found in several places:

--bruingeek 10:57, 2 September 2007 (UTC)

--bruingeek (talk) 20:00, 22 March 2011 (UTC)

  1. ^ Chenoweth, Paul. "Paul Chenoweth - Clay Artist".