Nicholas Piperis the associate artistic director of Barter Theatre in charge of New Play Development and the director of the Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights.
Ashley Campos has worked with Barter Theatre both onstage and behind the scenes since 2006. Sean Maximo Campos has been a member of the Barter Resident Acting Company since 2006.
Justin Tyler Lewis is a resident acting company member and former Barter Player.
Andrew Hampton Livingston says he loves working at Barter Theatre.
As venues begin to re-open, our calendar is back.
On March 15 I arrived back home in Bristol after a wonderful American Choral Directors Southern conference in Mobile, Alabama.
While much of the country has had to pause operations during spring 2020, construction on the James C. and Mary B. Martin Center for the Arts, on State of Franklin Road in Johnson City, Tennessee, has been able to continue with only a few COVID-19-rela
Virginia Highlands Festival presents “An Evening of Peace, Love, and Music.”
Sophia Combs became passionate about art about the same time she learned how to hold a pencil.
Milligan University Professor of Music Dr. Kellie D. Brown recently published “The Sound of Hope,” a nonfiction book.
The Arts Depot hosts an exhibit from Aug. 12 through Sept. 19 honoring the life of Ashleigh Langbein.
Another piece of history has been added to the Appalachian Mural Trail, a Postage Stamp Mural at the Shelton House Museum in Waynesville, North Carolina.
GREENEVILLE– Students in elementary school through high school who want to pursue an interest in the performing arts have an opportunity to participate in virtual auditions for the popular, longtime GLAWPIGT program ofTusculum UniversityArts Outr
MECCA has left the building.
Northeast Tennessee is home to a large number of museums, state parks and heritage sites, and cultural heritage tourism is one of the most important segments of the region’s economy.
Friends of Southwest Virginiahas received $10,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation DMO WanderLove RecoveryGrant Program.
MARION, Va. — The chance to help advance technology to allow instant internet access anywhere in the world opened an opportunity for a Marion man to learn an art form that can be traced back to the first century B.C.
The results are in for a competitive effort to build a collection of artwork focused on the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Arts & Culture Alliance presents four new exhibitions at the Emporium Center in downtown Knoxville from Aug. 7-28.
The Birthplace of Country Music has experienced its share of obstacles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While Johnson City Public Library’s building is temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the library continues to offer services helpful to parents and students.