There are many gifted quilters in our region. Whether preserving the old ways or exploring new directions, fabric artists are taking quilting to new frontiers.
Performances of the "Nutcracker" are being offered by several area ballet groups this holiday season.
Latest novel by "Cold Mountain" author Charles Frazier has point of special interest for readers in our region.
Barbara-lyn Morris explores the Polish art scene.
Barter's Young Playwrights Festival first-place winners receive more than extra-credit.
Stephen Woodward, an English and Art student at Emory & Henry College, reviews Barter Theatre's new adaptation of "It's a Wonderful Life."
Elizabeth Lee Dollar, Assistant Professor of Theatre and Chair for the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at King College, was recently awarded a Certificate of Merit in a national theatereducation program.
Searching for the perfect gift for that friend or family member who has everything? Give the gift of opera.
This course examines the possibilities for additional funding through grant development. It also emphasizes refinement of writing skills, development of an organizational vision, goal setting, political realities, and public relations techniques.
Barter Theatre recently announced the winners of its 5th Annual Young Playwrights Festival. The Barter Players and other Barter actors lightly staged and directed the first-, second- and third-place plays, while the honorable-mention plays were perform
The 2007 Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrightstakes place July 30-Aug. 12. Submissions of new Appalachian-themed plays or plays by an Appalachian author may be submitted until March 31, 2007.
Local quilters have joined together to work on a variety of community projects.
ETSU medical students are collecting children's books for hospitalized children and need your help.