Robert White of Bristol, Tennessee, collects Tennessee fancies and has loaned pieces to William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia, for its new exhibit.
Adrianna (Shay) Reynolds, a senior at Emory & Henry College, recently took some time out to answer a few questions.
William King Museum of Art presents “Tennessee Fancy: Decorative Arts of Northeast Tennessee 1780-1940.”
Upper East Tennessee is blessed with a plethora of historic sites, which are worth exploring.
Samuel Shaver was a prolific artist who painted over 100 known portraits of Tennesseans during his long career, which began as early as 1838 and continued through 1870.
Barter Theatre has announced its 2021 spring season at the Moonlite Drive-In starting April 8.
The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire announces the 2021 winners of its annual Arts Achievement Awards.
Twenty-nine new members and four honorary members will be inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters during its virtual award ceremony in May.
The King Institute for Faith and Culture hosts a Facebook Live conversation between John Van Dyke and Brandon Story April 13 at 7 p.m.
Who is the person behind the portrait?
A! Magazine for the Arts and its parent organization, Arts Alliance Mountain Empire, recently lost one of its most beloved members, Anita Coulthard.
Arts Alliance Mountain Empire thanks our winter donors.
Inspiration struck Colette Burson in a French language class. She’d longed to take the course taught exclusively in New Orleans for years, but she lived on the West Coast. Then came the pandemic and all manner of classes and seminars became virtu
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announced its recent acquisition of "Portrait of a Lady" (1585) by Lavinia Fontana (1552-1614), a celebrated woman artist from Bologna.
As he nears the end of his first year as chair of the Department of Literature and Language at East Tennessee State University, Dr. Daniel Westover is pleased with what the department has been able to accomplish despite the challenges of the pandemic.<
ABINGDON, Va. — Members of the Old Glade Antique Tractor Association found a cure for their cabin fever recently when they fired up an antique saw that had been reassembled and restored by the group nearly a decade ago.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — A free-standing destination marketing organization will take over control of marketing Bristol, Tennessee this summer following the termination of an agreement for those services between Bristol Tennessee City Council and the Bri
The East Tennessee State University Appalachian Studies program is set to launch an online magazine later this spring. Appalachian Places will continue the program’s long literary tradition of highlighting the people, places, issues and themes of
East Tennessee State University professor Dr. Ted Olson is one of two postsecondary level winners of the 2020 Stephen L. Fisher Award for Excellence in Teaching, awarded by the Appalachian Studies Association.
ABINGDON, Va. — As many as 51 vendors will sell their wares when the Abingdon Farmers Market opens for the regular season Saturday.