If enjoying a glass of wine while listening to a concert in a bucolic venue is for you —then, take a little trip to Abingdon Vineyards, Abingdon, Virginia.
The coronavirus has caused upheaval in everyone’s lives and schedules, and it has been particularly disruptive for the arts. Barter Theatre, Abingdon, Virginia, came up with a creative solution – leasing the Moonlite Drive-In.
The year 2020 has been a year of social, political and health-related statements of many kinds.
Molly Walling, Greg Lilly, Bonny Gable and Bob McKinney have new books available.
Joseph Stam has been acting since the age of 11 when he was involved with Barter Youth Academy. From that beginning on the Barter stage, he has moved to film.
Local abstract realist artist and Kingsport Art Guild member, Susan Connelly McClelland, has a solo exhibition Oct. 4-30 at the Renaissance Center in Kingsport, Tennessee.
William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia, announces its re-accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums.
Spot of Color, a new art supplies store, has recently opened in Abingdon.
Theatre Bristol is “Keeping Drama On –and Off– Stage,” with the frst Theatre Bristol On Air production of the fall season, “The War of the Worlds.”
Northeast Tennessee is home to a large number of museums, state parks and heritage sites, and cultural heritage tourism is one of the most important segments of the region’s economy.
Plein air artists return to Abingdon and Washington County for the the fifth annual “Plein Air Abingdon” festival Oct. 8-10.
ABINGDON. Va.— Shauna Slaughter took up art at mid-life. “I was older when I started painting,” Slaughter said. Now retired at 60, Slaughter spent years as an office worker. Still, at 52, Slaughter discovered watercolors.
Yearning permeates Julie Williams’ storytelling voice. Her lyrics document life as she knows it, carried with a voice that needs an audience.
Visitors to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts will notice a large, colorful painting along the elevation of the museum’s Atrium north wall.
ABINGDON, Va. — Pumpkins are a fun part of Halloween, and to combine the two, a local store owner is hosting a virtual pumpkin painting contest that is open to members of the community and people throughout the country.
An Abingdon teen has packed her bags and headed to the big city in pursuit of her dream career in the performing arts. Earlier this year, Lyric Booher, 15, was accepted into the vocal program at Duke Ellington School of Arts in Washington, D.C.
Radio Bristol's Virtual Farm and Fun Time! variety show to be streamed.
Wtheville Town Council approved a resolution on Monday that authorizes the town to accept the final parcel of land from Cecil and Seawillow Jackson for the Willow Brook Jackson/Umberger Homestead Museum on Tazewell Street.
Attacks from outer space aliens appear imminent. Once again, “The War of the Worlds” this way comes. Courtesy Theatre Bristol and its COVID-19-inspired Keeping Drama On— and Off— Stage series.
The theater shops that used to bustle with students are now a lot quieter at Emory & Henry College. The students are still at work — but in smaller groups, masked and spread out.
Several local festivals are going online this year, putting on events that visitors are used to attending in person.
The stars have aligned for the Bristol Ballet and the Moonlite Drive-In Theatre to make history together with the company’s first on-screen production of “The Nutcracker” at the drive-in.
Laura Ann Warner was one of the most influential music teachers in the Tri-Cities arts community during the last 50 years.
The Birthplace of Country Music Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, and Hard Rock International have partnered to bring several items from Hard Rock’s collection of authentic country music memorabilia to historic downtown Bristol