This issue of A! Magazine for the Arts focuses attention on several Black Appalachian artists residing in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia and highlights their unique perspective of the world.
Shortly after losing her job at the Whitney Museum in 1977, curator Marcia Tucker founded the New Museum of Contemporary Art. dedicated to "new artists and new ideas." For 22 years, Tucker led the museum's groundbreaking efforts to showca
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra Music Director Lucas Richman was in Hollywood, Calif. recently, conducting the score for the motion picture Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, starring Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Nim'
She writes. And the pain flows. The past becomes the present. And the mother who did anything — anything — to make a living comes back alive inside the pages of "Eula."
From stories of widening U.S. 23 beyond Duffield to controversies surrounding the slogan "Virginia Is for Lovers," Linwood Holton explains life as Virginia's governor in a new book.
California, well-known for its natural beauty — beaches, deserts, mountains and tall trees — can also serve up creative, man-made surprises.
Some are at the stage in life where they can enjoy their crafts and artwork full time after a career as a teacher, banker, pharmacist or a factory worker. Many are natives of Southwest Virginia; others returned to their homes after years away, and some
Rick Radman. That's his real name. It sounds possibly like a moniker for a heavy metal musician. Maybe that's no coincidence.
This summer, at least two local people will appear on reality TV shows.
Barter Theatre recently recognized three individuals for their contributions in making the magic of theatre happen.