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January 2008 Cover
Shown is a detail from a Charles Bertrand painting of children playing outdoors. This inspired Ann Holler to compose a piece entitled "Games and Make-Believe."

January 2008

Volume 15, Number 1

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Artistic Reflections II: Music and Art Take Center Stage
Artistic Reflections II: Bob Greene, Jr.
Artistic Reflections II: Ann Holler
Artistic Reflections II: Beth McCoy
Artistic Reflections II: Evelyn Pursley-Kopitzke
Artistic Reflections II: Jane Perry
Artistic Reflections II: Q & A with the Composers
Arts All Around: Big Art News in Virginia
Youth Spotlight: Moria Frazier
Artist/Philanthropist Donates Public Art to City of Kingsport
In Memoriam: Arts Advocate Nellie McNeil
In Memoriam: Music Lover George Hammonds
Transitions: MECCA adds Chorister Director
Country Music Kiosk, Exhibit Opens
IN FOCUS: Christmas Concert
$16M Artisan Center coming to Abingdon
Abingdon Cave House gives Artisans Chance to Showcase, Sell Crafts
NEA announces New Play Development Project
Arts Depot People's Choice Award is announced
IN FOCUS: "Stardust" Premiere in Hollywood
Save America's Treasures announces $7.6 Million in Awards
Funding Increase Largest For NEA In 28 Years
Frist Center For Visual Arts shares Prestigious Grant
Nashville Symphony receives Two Grammy Nominations
Triplett to chair BCMA Cultural Center Steering Committee
Arts Commission awards $92,746 in Teacher Incentive Grants
Tourists will Flock to See Giant Statues
ETSU Speakers Bureau now 0nline
It's Simple to Sign Up for Our Free Email Digest
Jewelry Designer Grateful for Coverage
Chamber Honors Doyle Lawson, Leah Ross
New Look, New Address for AAME Art in Public Places
Knoxville Orchestra Names Fellenbaum Resident Conductor
A Sour Note? A.P. Carter Grandson No Longer on Carter Family Fold's Board
Plans for Birthplace of Country Music's Heritage Center Unveiled
Bristol's Fiddlin' Barber to Retire
A. Kelly Pruitt Paints What He Knows Best ? the Cowboy Way of Life
Buechner Institute Will Explore Faith, Art, Culture in Society

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