Zak Kristofek is a producer who learned the nuts and bolts of film production with hands-on experience as a line producer, production manager and assistant director.
As venues begin to re-open, our calendar is back.
Suzanna Fields left Abingdon, Virginia, in 1993 to attend Mary Baldwin University in Staunton, Virginia, which is where she discovered her artistic ability.
Robert Funke played football and participated in show choir at Dobyns Bennett High School (class of ‘05).
Megan Read received a BFA in interior design with a focus on green design from Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Denver, Colorado.
Catherine Raible was just about to start on her musical career when the corona virus shutdown began.
Barter Theatre has come up with a creative concept to deal with social distancing guidelines and still provide quality entertainment — the drive-in.
Natalie Lugo grew up in a musical environment.
For months, the galleries at William King Museum of Art sat dark and locked, art hanging on the walls with no patrons to see it.
Emory & Henry College, Emory, Virginia, has created an online exhibit for several senior visual art students.
This summer the Birthplace of Country Music Museum is hosting three music workshops.
The Birthplace of Country Music, parent organization of the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, the annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival and WBCM Radio Bristol, announced a decision to cancel its 20th annual festival this year
I met Ken Mink about a dozen years ago on a tour of North Carolina’s ski slopes. He’s a gregarious guy, outdoors-minded and loves to tell a tale. And that’s only natural, since he’s a retired newspaper man.
Asked about her experience as a Black woman business owner in Floyd, Michele Morris, who owns and operates Woolly Jumper Yarns, responded, “I don’t know what being another kind of business owner would be like.”