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Volume 26, Number 5 — May 2019


December 2007 Cover
Three jewelry artists create Wearable Art. On our cover is "Yellow Onion Past Prime," a brooch by Glenna Fleiner of Bristol, Virginia made of champleve enamel on fine silver, featuring sterling silver and semi-precious stones.

December 2007

Volume 14, Number 12

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Wearable Art: Stunning Works by Jewelry Designers
Wearable Art: Glenna Fleiner
Wearable Art: Patty Nickels
Wearable Art: James-Ben Stockton & Daniel Luther
Arts Spotlight on Youth: Making & Selling Jewelry
Book Review: Beach to Bluegrass
Arts All Around: The Gallery Scene in Downtown Roanoke
AAME announces People's Choice Award for Art in Public Places competition
ETSU Professor explores Mongolia's Petroglyphs, Burial Sites and Stone Rings
Dramatic Portrayal of Pres. Andrew Johnson presented
NEA releases New Reading Study
2007 Barter Theatre Young Playwrights Festival Winners announced
'Round the Mountain Membership, Awareness grow as Organization Celebrates First Year
Bagpiping Teen Plays to Raise Money for Summer Camp
Author Addresses Fair and Tender Ladies Controversy
ETSU Alumnus wins Literary Award for Civil War Book
From New Zealand to Tennessee: A Fiddle Player's Journey to ETSU
IN FOCUS: Tourism Commissioner in Greeneville
'Holiday in the National Parks' celebrated at the White House
$2 Million pledged to Benefit Knoxville Museum of Art
Pianos added to Music Department to Make ETSU An "All-Steinway School"
Federal Budget to Provide Increases for Arts Programs
Chattanooga to host National Assembly of State Arts Agencies in 2008
Stage Presence: Aspiring Actors audition for Barter Theatre
Foundation pledges matching gift of $2M for Emory & Henry arts center
Jewelry Designer celebrates MainStreet: Greeneville's 25th Anniversary
Art in Public Places: Bristol Artist Receives Commission

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