Greg Lilly was one of the volunteers on the original planning committee for â€œThe Wolf Crystal,â€ the Virginia Highlands Festivalâ€™s newest kinetic art project.
This fall, Milligan College’s musical theater program performs “Songs for a New World,” a contemporary musical that weaves characters and history together to illuminate the timelessness of self-discovery.
Theatre Bristol plans to enchant audiences with traditional and American fairy tales, a mystery, and a miracle for its 54th Season.
Bob Dylan called for a chat.
The Sundress Academy for the Academy for the Arts is accepting applications for short-term writers residencie.
What do you do when you need a 5 foot tall Wolf Crystal sculpture?
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The Virginia Highlands Festival, one of the oldest and largest summer festivals in the nation, begins in Abingdon, Virginia, July 26 and ends Sunday, Aug. 4.
A monthly program now under way in Johnson City involves a partnership between numerous community agencies that brings a creative “SPARK!” to individuals living with memory loss.
Tusculum Universityhas signed an agreement with the Washington County School System that provides a tuition discount for teachers seeking a Master of Arts in education at Tusculum.
ABINGDON, Va. — You can either call this a greatest hits package or an “Artist All Stars” event for the summer.
The East Tennessee State University Chorale returned last week from Wales, United Kingdom, bringing home two first-place trophies and wonderful memories from the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.
“Big Bend Killing: The Appalachian Ballad Tradition,” the fourth album released by the Great Smoky Mountains Association in conjunction with East Tennessee State University faculty, was recently named Best Compilation Album in the 17th annu
This year, last year, every year — music proliferates in downtown Bristol.
A musical comedy set in a French Riviera nightclub naturally conjures the promise of an entertaining romp full of glitz and glamour, with bits of ribaldry and the risqué tossed in for good measure.
The East Tennessee State University Chorale won first place in both the Youth and Adult Folk Song Choir categories in the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod in Wales, United Kingdom.