The world of textiles and fiber arts is as varied as the people who find creative arts interesting. This month A! Magazine features tapestry artists and weavers who create "fiber paintings."
'Round the Mountain: Southwest Virginia's Artisan Network is now recruiting membership from the region's artisan communities. RTM defines artisans as "people who make handmade objects without the use of kits or commerc
One might expect that the author of a book nominated for several awards would have years of experience and perhaps several books under her belt. However, Riding the Storm Out was written and illustrated by a 9-year-old girl, McKenna Andrews.
East Tennessee State University's Office of Professional Development is offering a Renaissance Child Enrichment Program for children ages 6 to 12 that will be held March 12-16..
Registration is still open for the free workshop, Print & Internet: Making the Marriage Work, sponsored by the Arts Alliance Mountain Empire and ETSU-Bristol.
When the 2006 Tri-Cities ADDY Awards were announced on Feb. 17, East Tennessee State University digital media students amassed 10 gold and 5 silver awards, plus the Best-of-Show honor.
Seven recipients have been selected to receive the 2007 Tennessee Governor's Awards in the Arts.
Arts Advocacy Day will be held Tuesday, March 13 in Nashville. Tennesseans for the Arts has scheduled a full day of activities for the annual event, with hundreds of arts supporters from across the state expected to attend.
Officials from the Birthplace of Country Music Alliance have announced a partnership with "The Southern Ledger" to provide content in the form of weekly essays, reviews, and other items of interest. This collaboration is expected to provide p
Barter Theatre's resident playwright, Catherine Bush, is one of six finalists in the American Theatre Critics Association new plays competition.
When Walt Disney Pictures' latest film opens in theatres, Tri-Cities residents will be able to tell their children about a special local connection to the movie.
The Southern Arts Federation, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, offers grants and subsidies in an effort to strengthen nonprofit presenters' organizational capacity, and to sustain and expand markets for arts organization
The Mountain Empire Children's Choral Academy, in conjunction with First Presbyterian Church- Bristol, TN, and King College? Bristol, Tenn., is hosting renowned Dr. Alice Parker of Melodious Accord, Inc., for a weekend of choral and vocal workshops
A wife who hears voices becomes an artist, a husband who owns a tire shop evolves into an award-winning gourmet cook, an African-American matriarch constructs birdhouses for the flea market and demonstrates the power of love and acceptance —