Like setting up a chess game, the figures for a fantastical fairy fountain are being added to the entry for Barter Theatre's Stonewall Square in Abingdon, Va. A! Magazine for the Arts takes you behind the scenes of this project,
Michael Ramirez is a 17-year-old senior who plays trombone with the Homeschool Symphonic Band, under the direction of Kathy Lamb. The son of Trinidad and Michael Ramirez II, he has lived with his family in Unicoi, Tenn., for almost two years. Michael h
Ten young musicians are winners of the Bristol Music Club Scholarship Competition. They were presented in a recital in May at First Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tenn.
Barter Theatre recently announced the winners of its Eighth Annual Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights, held July 28 -Aug. 9 during the 2008 Virginia Highlands Festival in Abingdon.
Northeast State Technical Community College christened the Regional Center for the Performing Arts of the Humanities Complex on Aug. 12 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the region's newest public performance venue.
The winners have been announced for the 4th Annual Newell Hendershot Watermedia Exhibition at Sycamore Shoals Historic Park in Elizabethton.
Nearly four years after taking possession of the downtown building, interior demolition work began this week on the proposed Birthplace of Country Music cultural heritage center.
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The Virginia Highlands Festival in Abingdon has announced the award winners for the 2008 Youth Art Show on display through Aug. 10 at William King Regional Arts Center.
Northeast State Technical Community College will christen the Regional Center for the Performing Arts wing of the Humanities Complex on Tuesday, Aug. 12 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. to open the region's newest public performance venue.
Four local teens have turned adversity into a positive for their band and gained some valuable experience to cope with the volatile music business.
Roots grow far deeper than those in the backyard. Roots can reach from whence you stand to clear across the big pond to Scotland, Ireland and England.
Bob Trent, vice president of the Virginia Highlands Festival in Abingdon, says the big difference this year is in the crowd makeup...high gas prices mean fewer people from out of town coming for the festival but more locals are visiting to shop.