Nancy Arnold has dedicated more than 50 years to the arts in the region.
“TransformingPolitics: Art Made by Women” opened in August in the United Company Contemporary Regional Art Gallery at the William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia.
“Ratified! Tennessee Women and the Right to Vote” is on display at the Tennessee State Museum.
Artist and social activist, Margaret Gregg (formerly Sister Mary Ruth) began her art education when she was in a training program to become a Glenmary Sister.
Laken Bridges didn’t start out to work in visual arts or to create political art — she wanted to be a fashion designer.
Kathleen Thum’s first political art was created when she became a new mother.
Alex Younger’s art is intensely personal.
Brenna Williams grew up surrounded by music.
Theatre Bristol is “Keeping Drama On – and Off – Stage,” as it announces major rescheduling of its 2020 Season.
It was supposed to be a spring production that involved a birthday party, an evil sorcerer, fairies and a “happily ever after” ending.
Barbara-lyn Belcher Morris was one of the founding members of the A! Magazine Committee.
The Birthplace of Country Music has confirmed top headliners Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Tanya Tucker, and Blackberry Smoke will perform at Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion 2021.
KINGSPORT — Load up the family and friends and head downtown this Saturday for a drive-in movie experience.
What do artists do when life is good? They make art. What do artists do when life is not so good? They make art.
For two decades Dr. Ted Olson, a professor in East Tennessee State University’s Department of Appalachian Studies, has been at the vanguard of efforts to study and publicly celebrate the historic recordings popularly known as the Bristol Sessions
D. Diane Opie Thomas passed away on September 11, 2020, with her family at her side. She was a past member of the A! Magazine Editorial Committee, a member of PEO, The Bristol Music Club and Junior League, accompanying their "Follies" for man
DAMASCUS, Va. — A Damascus historian is giving residents and visitors another good reason to walk or bike through what’s been dubbed “the friendliest town on the Appalachian Trail.”
BRISTOL, Tenn.— The Birthplace of Country Music and three other downtown venues participated in a national red alert campaign Tuesday to raise awareness about the crisis in the performing arts industry.
Radio Bristol’s Farm and Fun Time defines well as a barnstorming in the Birthplace of Country Music.
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — Unable to perform live during the coronavirus pandemic, one local musician is sharing her harp performances online to help offer comfort during these unsettling times.
Sandra Morefield Parker, a native of Glade Spri
ABINGDON, Va. — It’s after 8 on a balmy August morning on the set of the film “Found.” Benjamin Dawson prepares for another 12- to 16-hour workday as the first assistant camera guy, putting together tripods, moving equipment and
The Thomas J. Boyd Museum reopens on Sept. 5 with new exhibits, including information on mining in Wythe County and examples of local folk art in the form of handmade toys and buildings created by the late Harlan Clemons of Wytheville.
James Venable, known to family and friends as Jimbo, spent his career working in the logging business, retiring at 62. He was looking for a way to occupy his time and possibly provide a creative outlet for his artistic talent.
Abby N. Lewis is serving as the editor of the 2020-21 edition of The Mockingbird, East Tennessee State University’s literary magazine.