Barbara Kingsolver has a new novel coming out in late October, “Demon Copperhead.”
The Virginia Museum of Fine Artsannounced the appointment of Andrew Harris as the museum’s new Deputy Director for Finance and Chief Financial Officer.
Tickets are on sale for the National Storytelling Festival, which is celebrating 50 years of storytelling as well as the future of the form.
The National Storytelling Festival includes many special events, in addition to the full schedule of tellers.
The featured tellers at this year’s Storytelling Festival are some of the best storytellers in the country.
Anyone who has ever been spellbound when listening to a story understands their power. Kiran Singh Sirah, president of the International Storytelling Center in Jonesborough, Tennessee is working to harness that power.
Mason White started in theater at 8 years old, while living in Denver, Colorado. His first show was “Mary Poppins.” He began acting with Theatre Bristol when his family moved to Bristol, Tennessee.
On Oct. 2 at the Renaissance Center Main Gallery, Kingsport, Tenn., an art exhibit, “Amen,” opens. Mary Ann Grib, a local artist in the Tri-Cities, had a vision for a show which would reflect scripture in her artwork.
World-renowned artist Charles Vess, who has had a 50-year career of illustrating comic books and fantasy works, has now written his debut novel, “Queen of Summer’s Twilight.”
Beth Macy, the award-winning author of “Dopesick,” has a sequel that has just been published, “Raising Lazarus: Hope, Justice and the Future of America’s Overdose Crisis.”
As commander-in-chief, George Washington led the Continental Army to victory.
The international “FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Social & Politically Engaged Art” at East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum continues to represent the spirit of social and political movements of the country and world.
The second annual Bristol in Bloom Appalachian Regional Art Festival is happening Saturday, Oct. 8 at Cumberland Square Park in the heart of downtown Bristol, Virginia.