Studio jewelry is "wearable art," and highly desirable for the discerning collector. While jewelry can be made from very simple materials like wire or found objects, studio artists use ancient techniques with modern variations to create original, contempo
Emory & Henry College could take a big step toward its goal of building a new arts center if it can match a $2 million gift from The McGlothlin Foundation.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of East Tennessee has commissioned Bristol artist Val Lyle to create a sculpture to be placed in front of the juvenile court building in downtown Knoxville, Tenn. Unveiling is anticipated in April
On Monday, Dec. 17, the U.S. House gave preliminary approval to an "Omnibus" appropriations bill for FY 2008 providing funding for about $474 billion in domestic spending programs. The Senate began considering this legislation on Tuesday, Dec
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. ? The Knoxville Museum of Art Foundation has received new pledges totaling $2 million to support the KMA endowment.
Despite move to ban "Fair and Tender Ladies" in Washington County, Va. schools, the author says it is "the book of my heart."
Barter Theatre announced the winners of the Sixth Annual Young Playwrights Festival on Nov. 5. Winning plays were chosen from among submissions from more than 140 high school students who participated in the Festival this year.
In its first year, `Round the Mountain: Southwest Virginia's Artisan Network, an organization of artisans, agritourism and craft-related businesses, has grown to more than 200 members.
Amanda Kershaw often draws a crowd when she practices playing her bagpipes.
In the summer of 2002, during his second visit to Mongolia, Dr. Richard Kortum, an associate professor in the East Tennessee State University Department of Philosophy and Humanities, traveled to a remote area of the far-western Altai Mountains