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Carol LeBaron's fiber art will be on view in March in the faculty biennial show at Emory & Henry College where she teaches crafts and Western tradition. She also teaches sculpture at Virginia Highlands Community College, art history at East Tennessee State University, and in the fibers department at Georgia State University in Atlanta.

February 2007

Volume 14, Number 2

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Fiber Arts: Beyond the Quilt
February Featured Poems
Call for Entries: Bristol's 2007 Art in Public Places Competition
Artisan Network Accepting Members
ETSU Professor featured in Nashville Fiber Art Exhibit
Arts for Youth: Young Author Makes a Splash!
John Gunther Photo Gallery (Feature story supplement.)
Ellen Patrick Photo Gallery (Feature story supplement.)
Carol LeBaron Photo Gallery (Feature story supplement.)
Remembering Art Buchwald
Letter to the Editor: "Stories of the Stitch"
"The arts speak to the soul of a city..."
Book Review: Sufficient Grace by Darnell Arnoult
Letter to the Editor: Hartley deserves honor
Knoxville Writers' Guild annual contests offer $1,200 in prizes
A Weekend With Dr. Alice Parker: Choral and Vocal Workshops
Southern Arts Federation Regional Touring Applications Due March 1
BCMA announces partnership with The Southern Ledger
Catherine Bush, Barter's Resident Playwright, a Finalist in Prestigious Competition
New website address for Tennessee Arts Commission Specialty License Plates
New Disney Movie has King College connection
Barter Theatre Announces Promotions
Winners announced for 2007 Governor's Awards in the Arts
March 13 is Arts Advocacy Day in Tennessee
Workshop on Cost Effective Public Relations Strategies in Abingdon
Registration still open for AAME's free Print & Internet workshop
ETSU digital media students amass awards
ETSU faculty and staff receive ADDY Awards
ETSU offers Renaissance Child Enrichment Program

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