Sean Campos and his wife, Ashley, came to Barter 17 years ago when they auditioned because a mutual friend was.
When Hannah Ingram came to Barter Theatre, Abingdon, Virginia, 15 years ago it was supposed to be for seven months.
When Tricia Matthews was a child, she loved to perform and sing, and was lucky enough to go to schools where there were excellent teachers of art.
Michael Poisson came to Barter Theatre in 2001 and became a member of the resident acting company in 2002.
Experience vintage motorcycles and memorabilia in the upcoming exhibition “The Open Road: The Art of the Motorcycle,” on display at William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, June 16 through Sept. 18.
A major new partnership and initiative between the Virginia Museum of Animal Art and the William King Museum of Art will bring to Abingdon a significant assemblage of animal art collected by Gene and Anne Worrell.
Tanya Carroll Richardson is the writer featured Sunday, June 5, in the annual “Sunday with Friends” series.
Zach McNabb was almost 8 when he picked up a guitar.
On Saturday, June 4, one of Bristol’s longest-standing music traditions returns as the Sounds of Summer Concert Series kicks off its 25th anniversary season with country super trio Texas Hill.
“Liberty! the Saga of Sycamore Shoals” opens its 43rd season of the Official Outdoor Drama of the State of Tennessee, June 3.
The Washington County Fairgrounds Board of Directors announce the inaugural Fiddlin’ at the Fairgrounds, an old-time and bluegrass fiddlers’ convention.
The hills are alive with the sound of music. Theatre Bristol takes the stage this June with the beloved classic, “The Sound of Music,” with director Glenn Patterson.
Arts Alliance Mountain Empire celebrated the achievements of the winners of the Arts Achievement Awards at a gala in May.
Designed to showcase digital art created in the region, "The Digital Salon: Art and Pixels" exhibit features the work of students and faculty from East Tennessee State University's Digital Media department.
The Pro-Art Association’s Second Annual Picnic with the Arts Summer Series commences Fourth of July weekendSunday, July 3with aPatriotic Pops Concertfrom Symphony of the Mountains.
William King Museum of Art received the 2021 Richmond Conservation Studio Grant for the conservation of a portrait by the 19th century artist, Samuel Shaver.
The guitar owned by the iconic "Father of Country Music," Jimmie Rodgers, was unveiled today at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum and will be on display at the museum for a limited time.
Leah Ross, executive director of advancement for theBirthplace of Country Music, has earned the Pinnacle Award for Lifetime Achievement from theNortheast Tennessee Tourism Association
All Symphony of the Mountainssingle tickets are on sale for the 2022-23 Season,“Our Appalachian Mountain Home,”including tickets for the much-anticipated September concert with world-famous banjo player Béla
Barter Theatreannounced that patrons will no longer be required to wear masks while attending shows at its Gilliam Stage venue.
Create Appalachia, a local nonprofit operating at the intersection of art, technology, and business, created the Leaf & Root & Berry botanical art exhibit to highlight local talent and our region’s natural abundance and beauty.
All single tickets are now on sale for the Symphony of the Mountains' 2022-23 Season,“Our Appalachian Mountain Home,”including tickets for the much-anticipated September concert with world-famous banjo player B