The seed for the new James C. and Mary B. Martin Center at East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee, was planted 30 years ago. That is when conversations about an arts center that the city and the university could use began.
East Tennessee State University’s new James C. and Mary B. Martin Center was funded by Johnson City, the university, the community and regional organizations.
One of most important, but hidden, aspects of the Grand Hall and other performance spaces in the James C. and Mary B. Martin Center is acoustics.
Theatre Bristol is “Keeping Drama On–and Off–Stage,” with the first Theatre Bristol On Air production of the holiday season,"A Christmas Carol."
Barbara Kingsolver, in addition to being a celebrated fiction writer, has just published a second volume of poems, "How to Fly (in Ten Thousand Easy Lessons)."
Joshua Kovácwas born into a musical family — both his parents are professional musicians.
Dr. Candace Forbes Bright of East Tennessee State University is a member of a research team that was recently awarded more than $500,000 in grant funding.
From the collection of Mary Jane Miller comes a sensational show of shoes. “Head Over Heels” is opening in William King Museum of Arts.
Mary Jane Miller is a native of Jamestown, New York, and has lived in Bristol since 1979.
ArtEx, an exhibit highlighting the talents of local high school students, has been transformed into a virtual exhibit this year.
2020 marks the 30th anniversary of The Arts Depot, Abingdon, Virginia.
Terri Campbell sat atop Whitetop Mountain for hours in the middle of a starry night.
ABINGDON, Va. — In a historic move, the Virginia Highlands Festival is returning this month back to where it all began on the grounds of the Martha Washington Inn.
Barter Theatre will be holding its 21st annual Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights online.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — For nearly her entire life Amy Proffitt has had a passion for crafting and with her new business, Burlap Nest Creations wants to share that passion with her community.
The Asheville Art MuseumpresentsFantastical Forms: Ceramics as Sculptureon viewat the Museum through April 5, 2021.
Local author Melissa Ferguson is gearing up for the release of her sophomore novel,"The Cul-de-Sac War," and readers just may recognize a few key settings throughout the story.
Having raised more than half a million dollars, The Blue Stocking Club of Bristol, a 100-year-oldcommunity service group, has concluded its Centennial Campaign to light the way to a sustainable future for the Paramount.
Author Tom Perry has carved out a niche in the mountains of Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina as an expert on Civil War history.
When Cole and Patricia Bennett moved into their Withers Road home several years ago, ash trees dotted the yard.