Community grateful for Arts Achievement Winners' expertise.
Abigail Bell started in theater like many children at school and in church.
The boredom of quarantine has been put to a creative use by five Abingdon High School students.
Lee Smith, Southwest Virginia’s most beloved writer, has a novella that has just been published.
The historic Lincoln Theatre is hoping to launch the career of the next Steven Spielberg, Greta Gerwig or Bong Joon-Ho with a new educational program.
The Arts Depot, Abingdon, Virginia, is seeking proposals for a show in the Spotlight Gallery for the 2021 season.
Hosted by the Arts & Culture Alliance, the eighth annual Knoxville Photo seeks entries.
Donors spotlighted for their generosity to Arts Alliance Mountain Empire throughout the year.
Now celebrating its 40th anniversary, Quilt National ‘19 returns to the William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia.
JOHNSON CITY, TN — The Safety Deposit Box Shock: Your Secrets Will Find You Out by Carol Ann Patterson Boyles-Jernigan has been published by Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tenn. Boyles-Jernigan lives in Blountville, Tenn.
East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum, Mary B. Martin School of the Artsand community supporters are building a special collection that will be housed in the Reece Museum’s Permanent Collection — “Local Art in the Age of the
ABINGDON, Va.— Both the Barter Theatre and the Coomes Recreation Center are closed in Abingdon.
BRISTOL, Tenn.— The annual Sounds of Summer concerts for June and July in downtown Bristol, Tennessee have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a city news release.
RURAL RETREAT, Va. — Employees and volunteers at Carrington Place in Rural Retreat are working to make the view from inside the skilled nursing rehab center a little more pleasant for patients not allowed to personally visit with friends and family bec
ABINGDON, Va. — Even in the middle of this pandemic, with theaters shutting down, the Barter Theatre has news.
ABINGDON, Va. — The 2020 Virginia Highlands Festival in Abingdon has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a tweet from the Virginia Highlands Festival, the 72nd annual edition of the event slated for July 24-Aug. 2
Near the crossroads of country and Southern rock, rhythm, blues and soul emanates the music of South Carolina’s Lewis Brice. Modern, yes. Predictable, no. Brice embraces unpredictability each Monday. His Monday Night Happy Hour, broadcast via liv
Andrew Scotchie leapt from the stage. Guitar in hand, he’s a live wire, AC and DC charges intact.
Videos commemorating the winners of this year's Arts Alliance Mountain Empire Arts Achievement Awards will be posted on our Facebook and YouTube pages.
ABINGDON, Va. — You cannot go inside the William King Museum Of Art. It’s closed right now. Dang that coronavirus!
The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire announces the 2020 winners of its annual Arts Achievement Awards. They are Gary Aday, Steve Baskett, Mary Lucy Bivins, Miles Marek and Brent Treash.
BRISTOL, Va. — A stack of neatly cut locally sourced maple occupies a corner the garage in the home of Alex Todt.
The Chautauqua Festival has fallen victim to the coronavirus.
In this uncertain time filled with worry and apprehension, a bright spot steps onto her deck every evening at sunset to share beauty with her neighbors.
Ben Wyckoff Shore explores the time of the Italian unification movement (Risorgimento) in a new novel.
WYTHEVILLE, Va. — For years, artist Barbara Meadows-May watched the great blue herons build their nest and nurture their young just off the Bastian interstate exit near Love’s.
A Wythe County teacher took first place in a New Year’s Day photo contest sponsored by the Virginia State Parks.
LINVILLE, N.C.— In a letter posted to the organization’s website, Grandfather Mountain Highland Games, Inc., President Steve Quillen has announced cancellation of this year’s events, which had been scheduled for July 9-12.
KINGSPORT, Tenn. (WJHL) – Fun Fest organizers announced Thursday evening that the 2020 event has been canceled because of COVID-19.