William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, is undergoing a renaissance.
Believe in Bristol invites Bristol organizations, businessesand members of the community to be included in a new tradition in downtown Bristol and be part of the new Christmas Tree Village, in coordination with
The Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park presents the 27th Annual Festival of Trees. The Festival of Trees runs through Saturday, Dec. 31.
Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee, announces the nationwide release of "Clinch Mountain Girls: 24 Women Grow Veggies, Animals, and a Community"by Nancy Withington Bell.
Barter Theatre’s 21st Annual Young Playwrights Festival took place Nov. 14, with two performances in the morning at Gilliam Stage for over 800 students, and a public evening performance also at Barter’s Gilliam Stage.
The Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park presents the 27th Annual Festival of Trees.
Individual performance ticket sales for ETSU Martin Center’s inaugural Broadway Season have begun.
‘Round the Mountain: Southwest Virginia’s Artisan Network announces the opening of a new e-commerce platform.
Multi-Platinum alternative rock/folk band, Judah & the Lion, is coming to the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts Sunday, Dec. 4 at 8 p.m., with special guest Charlotte Sands, presented by 99.3 the X.
This holiday season explore the wonders of youth through children’s playthings from the past two centuries.
Emily Jordan, William King Museum of Art’s curator of decorative and fine art, is the curator of the “Toyland: Artifacts of Youth” which opens at the museum, Abingdon, Virginia, Nov. 17.
Art Lab at William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Virginia, announces more than 30 art and design classes for the Fall 2022 semester.
Coming Nov. 3-6 is the region’s premier holiday shopping event: Mistletoe Market.
A little bit of boredom started Allen Feng on his musical journey.
Three award-winning Broadway stars are performing in Kingsport to celebrate the Kingsport Chamber’s 75th year.
The Friends of the Washington County Public Library is sponsoring a celebration of the publication of Barbara Kingsolver’s new book, “Demon Copperhead.”
The Arts Array, a Virginia Highlands Community College-sponsored series of films, concerts, theater plays, art events, lectures and more, presents three concerts during November.
The Bristol Music Club’s Scholarship Benefit Nov. 5 is “A Musical Feast” at 10 a.m., featuring special performances, a silent auction and refreshments. It is held at Central Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Virginia.
All Tennessee high school students are eligible to enter the Tennessee Mountain Writers student contest.
Theatre Bristol and The Paramount Center for the Arts spread the holiday spirit this season with lots of singing, dancing, and magical moments in “Elf the Musical” on stage weekends Nov. 11-20.