Pets are an important part of many families. This month A! Magazine for the Arts features four of the region's pet portrait artists: Lisa Sneed, Richard Graves, Steven Reeves and Sara Reese.
Richard Graves began to create pet portraits at the request of clients.
Steven Reeves has a studio at The Arts Depot in Abingdon, Virginia, and specializes in realistic portraiture.
Sara Reese’s approach to portraiture is three-dimensional. She creates colorful, whimsical clay sculptures.
Lauren Haas began singing when she was a child.
Washington County, Virginia, author Joe Tennis has released a new children’s book of ghost tales.
The Birthplace of Country Music is among the recipients of the Tennessee Governor’s Arts Leadership Award in part for the organization’s role in preserving the Bristol region’s rich music culture and the legacy of the historic 1927 Br
“Will the Circle Be Unbroken?” opening Nov. 11 at William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Va., takes a look at the ephemeral items and lasting objects surrounding both the beginning and end of life, as well as the traditions carried on in t
Barter Theatre announced its winter holiday season.
The second annual Holiday Market at The Martha presented by The Virginia Highlands Festival is held on the lawn of The Martha, Abingdon, Virginia.
Favorite Broadway tunes and dance numbers come to the Paramount Center for the Arts stage, Bristol, Tennessee, Nov. 12 through 15 as Theatre Bristol presents Music Theatre International’s “All Together Now,” a global event celebrating
William King Museum of Art’s Mistletoe Market is coming Nov. 4-7 to the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon, Virginia.
Emory & Henry College has scheduled a variety of events in November.
Dr. Ted Olson and Dr. William Turner co-host a six-part podcast series, “Sepia Tones: Exploring Black Appalachian Music.”
"Leaf & Root & Berry: A Botanical Art Show & Competition," presented by Create Appalachia Is accepting works.
EMORY, Va. — At 88, Neel Rich is a thankful man.He drives his car to church every Sunday, plays golf and cards with his friends, and even facilitates a weekly Bible study group in his Emory home — the same house he’s lived in for 51 y
Visitors to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond will see a statement acknowledging the presence of Indigenous peoples on the land on which the museum now stands inside its main entrance and in the Native American galleries.
ATusculum Universityfaculty member and five students have collaborated to create a customized graphics package for the Ford Mustang.
ABINGDON, Va. — For the first time in nearly 10 years, the curtain is rising on a group of theater students at Abingdon High School — and the teacher who is leading them to a state-wide spotlight.
BRISTOL, Tenn.— Thunder rocked and thunder rolled inside the high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway on rainy, cool Saturday afternoon and night.