Many communities in our area support arts and culture through budget appropriations, in-kind support, and general support. A! Magazine for the Arts recently inquired of six municipalities to learn how they support the arts. The numbers are reveal
Budgetary Commitments to the Arts are detailed in the information below.
When A! Magazine for the Arts first met Emily Glover, she was standing in front of her forensics class at Sullivan East High School, demonstrating how to slide an Oreo cookie from her forehead into her mouth.
After a season of blockbusting, exuberant and technically amazing musicals, it's great to see the Barter Theatre in Abingdon offer us a tried and true drama — a nice, one-piece set upon which superb actors can ply the height of their craft without
Big things are happening on the big hill that overlooks Main Street: The William King Regional Arts Center is preparing for rebirth.
Winners of the 2008 Wildlife Weekend Photography Contest and Show were announced by Friends of Steele Creek Nature Center and Park during the annual weekend celebration held Oct. 10-12 at the park.
In the Oct. 13, 2008 "Tennessee Arts Online," the Tennessee Arts Commission's e-newsletter, the "Spotlight of the Week" is the website for Arts Alliance Mountain Empire, whose mission is "nurturing, advocating and celebrati
For M.J. Light, joining the cast of "The Firebird" at the Jonesborough Repertory Theatre was a serious challenge.
For Donna C. Kaylor, a bout with breast cancer a few years ago inspired her to have a renewed interest in painting.
The late Walt Disney was a man of vision, spirit and seemingly limitless imagination and was one of my all-time childhood heroes. I watched him introducing the stories on his "Disneyland" television show through the snow and static of our nei
With lyrics by the legendary Johnny Mercer and spirited interpretation by Wohlfahrt Haus' fine cast, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" makes for an enjoyable dinner theater experience. There's plenty of top-drawer singing and dancing,
An Arts Symposium was held Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008 at the Kingsport Renaissance Center. Highlights included the KingsportARTS.org Artist Registry, "to identify artists and for artists to identify communities."
Appalachian State University has promoted Turchin Center for the Visual Arts Director and Chief Curator Hank Foreman to Assistant Vice Chancellor for Arts & Cultural Affairs.
Jimmy Neil Smith didn't know Doc McConnell when he launched the first National Storytelling Festival in 1973. Smith, too, did not know that McConnell sat in the audience for that first festival in Jonesborough.
All he did was weld and have fun. Horseshoe by horseshoe. Yet, for years, Lassiter Hoyle didn't know what he was doing was art.
Bristolians have always loved their country music.