Walk into The Arts Depot in Abingdon, Virginia, look to your right, and you’ll see the colorful folk art of Nancy Johnson and her welcoming smile.
When Dr. Jerry Jones came home to Glade Spring, Virginia, in 2001, his intention was to care for his mother.
Cherylonda Fitzgerald’s first musical experiences were similar to many people’s – singing in the church choir and piano lessons.
Seth Gilstrap is familiar with both the joy and the hard work that theater requires.
The Pro-Art Association announces the appointment of Michael McNulty to the position of executive director beginning Jan. 1.
The Birthplace of Country Music Museum in historic downtown Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia premiered a free Virtual Speaker Series in January.
“Artifacts of a different time” is one of the phrases that artist Jordan Fowler uses to describe his exhibition of sculptures, titled “Tangible: Where Art and Technology Converge.”
LADE SPRING, Va. — A local college student is proving you don’t have to have sight to have a vision. Chandler Foster, 21, can do just about anything he sets his mind to — even if it means stepping outside his comfort zone.
DAMASCUS, Va. — The Appalachian Trail Conservancy is urging thru-hikers to stay off the Appalachian Trail, but newly elected leaders in this “Town of Many Trails” still want to bring back the annual Trail Days this year.
The Paramount Chamber Players (TPCP) in Bristol, Tennessee, will present “A Night in Paris,” a free virtual concert, on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Grab your lover, friend, spouse or significant other — or come solo — and celebrate Valentine’s weekend with an outdoor showcase by the Jonesborough Repertory Theatre. Bundle up and join the fun at the International Storytelling Plaza
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announces its exhibition, "Virginia Arcadia: The Natural Bridge in American Art," an exploration of the artistic portrayal of this spectacular and seemingly miraculous natural landmark.
RICHMOND, VA — The Virginia Museum of Fine Art announced that it has acquired a major work by German artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.
WYTHEVILLE, Va. — When Julie Collins, a server at Graze on Main, walked up to the table to take orders, she thought she recognized the woman with long blonde hair. But she couldn’t put a name with the face.