When Jeffrey Allison was growing up in Saltville, Virginia, he saw a glimpse of his future when his aunt took him to the original Virginia Museum of Fine Arts artmobile. He was 6, and the exhibition was paintings from the Paul Mellon Collection.
Visitors to Bristol’s Rhythm & Roots Reunion enjoy a special treat this year — a visit from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ artmobile. VMFA On the Road is at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum Sept. 18-22.
Jeffry Allison spends his life surrounded by art and sharing it with others. He also creates his own artwork – photography.
Susan G. Komen of East Tennessee and The Highlands Ballet present their second annual gala fundraiser and performance.
Jonathan Griffin, a senior at Emory & Henry College, aspires to one of the most noble professions – teaching.
The Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion is Sept. 20-22 throughout downtown Bristol.
Storytelling Live!, the International Storytelling Center’s celebrated teller-in-residence series, continues its season in September.
The “Sunday with Friends” program at the Washington County Public Library, Abingdon, Va., has a special September event.
Ten individuals associated with East Tennessee State University’s Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country Music Studies program are nominees for 2019 International Bluegrass Music Association Music Awards.
As part of the Washington County Public Library’s celebration of Banned Book Week, Stewart Harris speaks, Sept. 22 at 3 p.m. in the library’s conference room, Abingdon Virginia.
Virginia Highlands Community College’s fall Arts Array Film Series begins.
The 2019-20 concert season is The Paramount Chamber Players’ final season.
Barter Youth Academy has opened registration for classes that begin in September and are held in Bristol, Tennessee, Bristol, Virginia, Abingdon, Kingsport and Johnson City.
Barter Theater, one of the nation’s longest running professional theaters and an anchor of the region’s arts scene since 1933, has launched a fundraising drive to address a severe revenue shortfall.
Japanese and Appalachian culture meet in the form of J.P. Mathes and Fiddling Leona.
Charles Vess was ready with a speech — just in case.
ABINGDON, Va. — Allison Parker calls her paintings “a little more brushy and quick.”