A love of cats and a gag gift led Susan Melkowski to discover an art form that she shares through her craft and by teaching others.
The Bristol Music Club held its 2022 Scholarship Auditions Saturday, May 7, at First Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tennessee. Judges were Dr. Nancy E. Bargerstock, Dr. Harold McKinney, Robert Greene and Dr. Patrick Flannagan.
Dakari Wheeler has earned several honors recently.
Writers & Readers Day at the Virginia Highlands Festival provides opportunities to learn from regionally and nationally renowned writers about the craft of writing.
“Foundations for Performance Training: Skills for the Actor-Dancer,” a new book by East Tennessee State University faculty member Cara Harker, explores the physical, emotional and practical components of performance training.
The 73rd Virginia Highlands Festival is back with a wide array of events that celebrate the arts, culture and history of the region. This year’s dates are Friday, July 22 through Sunday, July 31.
The annual Juried Fine Arts Show, competition and sales of the Virginia Highlands Festival has returned to the Arts Depot, Abingdon, Virginia, for 2022.
Lee Smith met Abingdon writer Lou Crabtree in the 1970s in a writing workshop at the Virginia Highlands Festival. Smith so bonded with Crabtree that she based Ivy Rowe, the main character in her masterwork, “Fair and Tender Ladies,” on her.
Kingsport, Tennessee, hosts its first plein air painting competition with a show to follow.
Mary Curtin creates beautiful, delicate, handmade stoneware baskets with a nature theme and has for more than 30 years.
The textures, colors and patterns of wood seduced Justin VanHoy and provided him with an outlet for his creativity – furniture making, primarily tables. He also creates desks, shelves, bar tops and smaller items.
With the return of the East Tennessee State University football team in 2015 following nearly a dozen years of dormancy, the ETSU Marching Bucs made a not-so-quiet rebirth, too.
"Border Cantos|Sonic Border" is a collaboration between American photographer Richard Misrach and Mexican American sculptor and composer Guillermo Galindo, using the power of art to explore and humanize the complex issues surrounding the Mexi
Knoxville Opera recently announced its upcoming schedule.
2022 marks the 20thAnnual Kingsport Spring Spectacular Photography Contest and Exhibition.
Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., of Johnson City, Tennessee, announces the nationwide release of "Hope Knocking," by the Nova Mann.
William King Museum of Art is pleased to have received the 2021 Richmond Conservation Studio Grant for the conservation of a portrait by the 19th century artist, Samuel Shaver.
The guitar owned by the iconic "Father of Country Music," Jimmie Rodgers, was unveiled at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum and will be on display at the museum for a limited time.