If you have not immersed yourself in an exhibition of installation art, there are two opportunities in our area to do so.
At a recent board meeting, a quorum of the Board of Trustees of William King Museum voted to begin the process of selling the museum complex...and to explore and evaluate potential relocation sites in the area.
First in a series: A trip to Aunt Nan's house provides a clue about what the woods hold.
Tusculum College's new band program and the Community Band have finalized an agreement that will be mutually beneficial to both groups and provide multiple opportunities to collaborate.
Several new book clubs designed for adults with disabilities will soon be starting across the region, thanks to a grant awarded to East Tennessee State University.
In a historic decision, the Board of Governors of the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts has voted to keep the nationally renowned center for contemporary craft education at its current location in Gatlinburg.
JOHNSON CITY, TN — The arts and entertainment are full of prima donnas who crave the limelight and attention.
Barter Theatre has announced the winners of its 10th annual Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights (AFPP).
From a Kentucky coal mining town to Broadway and the silver screen, Hollywood actress Patricia Neal traveled a long, lustrous and challenging road. And a key stop along that route was in Abingdon, Va., where Neal served as an apprentice at the Barter T
Designed to mirror the hit television show "America's Got Talent," the Abingdon event showcased a range of talents, from singing to clogging to signing.
"I'm impressed with what Bristol is doing with the art. When people drive through the city, they think these people have it together." — Wayne Trapp of Vilas, N.C., whose large silver sculpture "Windsock for the Aliens" was plac