Emory & Henry College and the McGlothlin Center for the Arts pay tribute to the founders of the arts at the institution in April, recognizing six former professors who launched successful programs in music, theater and the visual arts.
Marius Blesi was a member of the Emory & Henry faculty from 1947 to 1973.
George Chavatel, who taught at Emory & Henry for 29 years beginning in 1965, was known for his strong advocacy of both his students and regional artists.
Charles R. “Chick”Davis was a member of the Emory & Henry faculty from 1957 to 1996.
Alan Pickrell joined the Emory & Henry English Department in 1964 as a speech and theater specialist.
Soon after arriving at Emory & Henry in 1950 to teach piano, Alys Sikorski discovered a passion for the students and the people of this region.
Ludwig Sikorski began teaching at Emory & Henry in 1950 and served the college until 1976.
Each one of these legends had already been present at Emory & Henry when I arrived on campus 52 years ago, and they had established in their respective fields the excellence which would be the hallmark of their individual and collective work at the col
C J Freeman loves working behind the scenes in the theater.
The Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park is accepting new artisan/crafter applications from March 1-18 to be juried for its “Gallery in the Gap.”
The Department of Media and Communication at East Tennessee State University, in conjunction with Wallace Theater and Action VFX, host a film competition from Friday, March 4 to Sunday, March 6.
One of the most popular musicals of all time, Theatre Bristol with sponsor ENT & Allergy Consultants brings “The Sound of Music” to the Paramount Center for the Arts under the direction of Glenn Patterson.
Theatre Bristol collaborates with River’s Way for the sixth year to present an original comedy, “Three Times Three,” March 5 at 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., and March 6 at 2:30 p.m. at the ARTspace, Bristol, Tenn.
Virginia Highlands Community College’s Arts Array Film Series show times are Monday and Tuesday evenings at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at the Abingdon Cinemall.
Julie Zickefoose, a nationally acclaimed naturalist, artist and writer, is the featured speaker at the Sunday with Friends event March 13, at 3 p.m. at the Washington County Public Library.
The Historic Preservation Award Committee for the City of Bristol, Virginia, is seeking nominations for the Historic Preservation Award through March 31.
The Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park in Big Stone Gap, Virginia, celebrates the work of area artists by presenting the True Art Showcase & Children’s Contest in the museum from March 1 through March 25.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announced their receipt of a significant gift from longtime patrons James W. and Frances Gibson McGlothlin.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts announces that VMFA on the Road: An Artmobile for the 21st Century is kicking off 2022 with a new exhibition, "Revealing and Obscuring Identity: Portraits from the Permanent Collection."
East Tennessee State University hosts Miranda Lambert during the Student Government Association’s Spring 2022 Concert Friday, April 29, at the William B. Greene Jr. Stadium.
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The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts recently acquired "Portrait of an African Man," a painting by French artist Théodore Géricault (1791–1824).
Anthony Salas happened to notice an email that arrived late one evening announcing a partnership between the United Negro College Fund, also known as UNCFand the Walt Disney Company.
Brian Regan brings his perspectives on human behavior to the East Tennessee State UniversityMartin Center for the ArtsThursday, June 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the center’s ETSU Foundation Grand Hall.
Tanya Tucker, Del McCoury Bandand Asleep at the Wheel are among the second round of lineup additions headlining the 2022Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunionmusic festival, which takes placeSept. 9-11in historic downtown Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee.