“From These Hills: Contemporary Art in the Southern Appalachian Highlands” is a long-standing tradition at William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia.
Jonathan Adams, Johnson City, Tennessee, became involved with art as a child.
From Sugar Grove, Virginia, Devin Mitchell creates artwork as a reaction to growing up in a fundamentalist environment.
Torrence Redford, from Kingsport, Tennessee, is a collage artist who explores his inner world through his art.
Carla Taylor, Johnson City, Tennessee, multi-media artist, shares stories of her personal journey through her artwork.
The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire announces it’s time for nominations for its annual Arts Achievement Awards. These awards recognize five living individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the arts in the Tri-Cities area.
The A! Magazine Committee congratulates our writer and graphic designer Leslie Grace who has been recognized and honored by the YWCA’s Tribute to Women project.
Enelissa Sutton can trace her love of theater to her babysitter.
Emory & Henry College’s visual and performing arts program begins the new year with an exhibit by Belgium artist Hedwig Broukaert, who also lives and works in New York City.
Love runs deep in Theatre Bristol’s 57th Season. From new romance to love for family, community, country and society, the season is full of laughs and heart-warming moments for the whole family, as well as thought-provoking and important reflecti
There’s a story about a college professor who gets snowed in at home with his wife – who was planning to leave him that same day.
Molly Walling is the first guest writer in the annual “Sunday with Friends” literary series at the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon, Virginia.
Upgrades to the Reece Museum’s main entrance, galleries, foyer and multipurpose room aimed at creating better experiences for the East Tennessee State University community and public are happening this winter.
Celebrate and investigate the human spirit in the act of creating in the upcoming exhibition “Lift Your Spirits: Nurturing the Human Spirit Through Creativity,” on display at William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, Feb. 3, through
Robert Gipe, a Kingsport native who lives and works in Harlan County, Kentucky, is the guest writer Sunday, Jan. 30, in the “Sunday with Friends” series at the Washington County Public Library in Abingdon, Virginia.
Barter Theatre is committed to fostering the development of new theatrical works that tell the story of the region.
On Jan. 11 at 7 p.m., the Birthplace of Country Music Museum’s Virtual Speaker Series and Arts Alliance Mountain Empire are partnering for a hybrid virtual and in-person event.
East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum in cooperation with Grey Carter-Objects of Art, present “Appalachian Dream Mechanics: Twenty Years of Art by JJ Cromer.”
Today’s leaders in business require creative and diverse professionals with crossover skills in marketing, media and film, but there is a significant talent gap.
Parents would often watch their children act or undertake improv after a stint with Barter Youth Academy. Then, they’d ask the director, “When do we get our chance?”
Tusculum Universityfaculty members and students are inviting residents of the Horse Creek Community to share their stories as part of an update to a 1980s research project on that section of Greene County.
William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, announces a pledged gift of $500,000 from The McGlothlin Foundation, which will be paid over five years.
The Board of Directors of the Birthplace of Country Music announced organizational changes that will take place immediately.
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