From providing transportation to and from performances, to providing hands-on volunteering year-round, "stage parents" provide much-needed assistance to school and community arts programs for kids.
This fall, our region has been enriched by the latter, stimulated by the Art in Public Placesproject in Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia. The dialogue has been aided and abetted, some might say provoked, by the "But is it art?" headline in the Bri
In cooperation with the William King Regional Arts Center and a slew of local artists of all ages, Abingdon Cinemall is the center of a community arts project depicting characters from various fantasy films across the building's exterior.
As King students pack to head home for the Thanksgiving weekend, members of the College's Symphonic Choir have a different agenda for their holiday break.
Milligan College has been notified that their original musical production, "The Gospel According to Jazz," has been recommended for the Region IV Kennedy Center American College Theater Festivalto be held Feb. 6-11, 2007.
Bristol's 150th birthday was celebrated in style at the Sesquicentennial Ball held at The Country Club of Bristol (The Club) on Nov. 4, 2006. There was great food, great music, and most of all, a great sense of pride in our city as the year-long Se
The Minnesota-born storyteller's special fundraising event at the Barter drew a sold-out theaterof eager fans.
Catherine Murray, sculptor of "Extraction of Arrows" in the 2006 Art in Public Places competition, expresses her continuing support for Bristol's outdoor sculpture program in a Letter to the Editor, reprinted here from the Bristo
A new fine arts center will bring art, music, and drama under one roof for the first time in the history of the University of Virginia's College at Wise.
For the first time in East Tennessee and in the school's history, Dobyns-Bennett High School Marching Band was named the Grand Champions of the 2006 Contest of Champions competition held in Murfreesboro, Tennessee,Oct. 28.
Erin Ginn, a native of Kingsport, Tenn., was seen in the Columbia City Ballet's 2006 production of "Frankenstein."
The Appalachian Cultural Music Association unveiled two exhibits at their Mountain Music Museum in the Bristol Mall on Thursday, Oct.26. The museum houses thousands of artifacts that tell the story of the early days of country, bluegrass and