Anna Buchanan, curator of contemporary fine art and craft at William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia, has thought a great deal about the power of art and how it can affect individuals.
Art therapy is a time honored practice to help people cope with the stress of life. To call yourself an art or music therapist requires hundreds of hours of formal training.
The McGlothlin Exhibition Series presents “Lift Your Spirits: Nurturing the Human Spirit Through Creativity,” on display at William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, Feb. 3 through May 29.
Carolyn Koesters began journaling as a young girl when her second grade teacher, Mrs. Thomason, handed her her very first journal.
Lena Claire Morison grew up in the Tri-Cities surrounded by music. She is the daughter of Jane Morison who leads Mountain Empire Children’s Choral Academy.
Holly Thomas makes it clear that she is not an art therapist.
Appalachian Performing Arts Academy is a theater arts education program serving Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Mary-Catherine Jones attended a two-week summer drama class when she was in the fourth grade – and went back every year for four more years.
The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire announces the call for nominations for its eighth annual Arts Achievement Awards.
The annual Sunday with Friends series at the Washington County Public Library presents Francis Gary Powers Jr., discussing his new book “Spy Pilot,” which is about his father, the U-2 incident and his father’s prominent place in the C
An exhibition opening Feb. 14 at Emory & Henry College explores the relationship between individuals and place.
Let Theatre Bristol get you into the mood for love with William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” on the ARTspace stage Feb. 11-14.
Mark Powell, one of the most accomplished and prolific of young Appalachian novelists, is the guest speaker in the Sunday with Friends series Sunday, Feb. 13, at 3 p.m. in the conference room of the Washington County Public Library.
E&H Theatre Department Presents ‘Look, We are Breathing’
William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, announces a pledged gift of $500,000 from The McGlothlin Foundation, which will be paid over five years.
The Paramount Chamber Players perform “Soulful with Brahms,” a concert featuring two of Johannes Brahms’ greatest masterpieces for chamber ensemble.
King University’s Institute for Faith & Culture welcomes two speakers during February for its speaker series, “Listen to Your Life:” Bill Turner, Ph.D. and Becky Buller Band.
Barter Theatre, Abingdon, Virginia, announces its 2022 season.
In the age of Covid, it seems that the world around us has become dull and gray. The McGlothlin Exhibition Series at William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia, presents “Humor Me: The Art of Laughter,” on display Feb. 24 through July 3
Jan-Carol Publishing Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee,announces its sales for 2021 were strong and the recognized book press accepted a goal breaking number of new authors in 2021.
Birthplace of Country Music and Paramount Bristol announced a strategic partnership to bring WBCM Radio Bristol's“Farm and Fun Time” live variety show broadcast to the historic Bristol stage.
The Asheville Art Museum has announced the regional award recipients of the 2022 Scholastic Art Awards and artworks are on view at the museum through March 7.
Virginia Humanities announced that Katy Clune will be serving as the new State Folklorist and director of the Virginia Folklife Program.
Poet, editor and award-winning essayist Dr. Amy Wright is the Spring 2022 Wayne G. Basler Chair of Excellence for the Integration of the Arts, Rhetoric and Science, a prestigious honor given by East Tennessee State University for nearly 30 years.
"The Wyeths: Three Generations | Works from the Bank of America Collection" provides a comprehensive survey of works by N. C. Wyeth, one of America’s finest illustrators; his son, Andrew, and daughter, Henriette, accomplished realist pa
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. –Born in Bristol, Tennessee, just after World War I ended, Ernest Jennings Ford – known best as Tennessee Ernie Ford – reached tremendous levels of fame.
The Northeast State Department of Theatre’s Spring season production, "Wiley and the Hairy Man," earned praise for using creative stagecraft and video to keep theateralive in lockdown.
Rosanne Cash andJJ Grey & Mofro are two of the top headliners for theBristol Rhythm & Roots Reunionmusic festival,Sept.9-11, in historic downtown Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia.