Artist Jocelyn Mathewes not only creates her artwork, she has also created an online space for artists to exhibit their artwork.
Rita Quillen has a new book of poetry.
The Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights was founded in 2000 to develop authentically Appalachian plays for Barter Theatre’s audience.
Ten members of the Just Plein Nuts outdoor painting group exhibit their work from Jan. 3 to Feb. 8, in the main gallery at the Kingsport Renaissance Center.
February deadlines come early for A! Magazine for the Arts.
In this Issue ...
The pandemic has dramatically affected Marcy Parks’ artistic life.
Brian Serway spends a great deal of his artistic life online, selling his artwork and participating in an online collective which he helped form – The Neo Appalachian Art Guild.
Ashley Andrade started writing when she discovered a world building website on her computer.
“Soma and Psyche: Paintings by Charles T. Jones” is on exhibit in the Panoramic Gallery of William King Museum.
The Appalachian Highlands is home to one of the most biologically diverse eco-systems in the United States.
Barter Theatre has received $10,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation’s Recovery Marketing Leverage Program.
Nominations are now being accepted for the sixth annual Arts Achievement Awards, sponsored by the Arts Alliance Mountain Empire.
The painting that proved healing for a longtime Marion artist will now appear in a TV series that many people hope may raise curative awareness about the opioid epidemic.
William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia, welcomes East Tennessee native and educator Alice Salyer as their new instructor for the Digital Lab, part of William King’s educational Art Lab.
If Keith Powers listens hard enough, he might hear the sweet sounds of the dulcimer he played as a teen drifting through the memories of his mountain home.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Bristol’s Paramount Center for the Arts is receiving a makeover this winter after being closed for nearly a year.
John Cushman has been collecting Civil War/American history memorabilia since he was 5 years old – six decades of amassing uniforms, weapons, photos, flags, drums and so much more that it fills room after room after room. And, now, he plans to sh
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announced their recent acquisition of the Wisteria “Glycines” Choker designed by Philippe Wolfers (1858–1929). The choker is one of only 131 unique pieces designed by the renowned Belgian jeweler.
The Wytheville Department of Museums plans to honor local police, fire and rescue operations with a new exhibit set to open next year and is asking residents to loan or donate items for the display.
GLADE SPRING, Va. — A small-town author is getting a big-time notice, nearly a decade after publishing a book on the struggles Black people faced a generation ago.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — Scents of leather grew upon each step taken.
The Pro-Art Association announces the appointment of Michael McNulty to the position of executive director beginning Jan. 1.
Betsy White, director of William King Museum of Art, has announced plans to temporarily close the museum to the public for the month of January.
KNOVILLE, Tenn. – The Arts & Culture Alliance presents three new exhibitions at The Emporium Center in downtown Knoxville from Jan. 8-29.