Advanced Search | Search A!:
Volume 26, Number 5 — May 2019


October 2008 Cover
The sculpture "Four Elements" in downtown Kingsport, Tenn. was purchased by John and Angela Vachon and the City's Public Art Fund. It is located at the intersection of Market and Broad streets.
Photo by Jeffrey Stoner Fine Art Photography

October 2008

Volume 15, Number 10

Click here to download the issue in PDF format.

How Does Your Community Fund the Arts?
Nora Cross Played At Bristol's 'Devil's Hideout'
Funding the Arts: Kingsport, Tenn., 'The Best Place to Be!'
Funding the Arts: Kingsport's Community Partners
Funding the Arts: Wytheville, Va. Department of Museums
Funding the Arts: Wytheville Focuses on Heritage
Statistics: Budgetary Commitments to the Arts
Young Actor Cares Deeply About Her Art
Arts All Around: Saying Farewell to Loyal Readers
Transitions: New Deputy Director for Arts Center
Rusty And Ripe For Crafting
Missing Doc McConnell
E&H Celebrates Renovation of Visual and Performing Arts Building
E&H President: Why The Arts Are Important
Turchin Center Director Promoted
Walt Disney Would Be Proud of Barter's Production
'Seven Brides' is Lively and Fun
IN FOCUS: Arts Symposium Held in Kingsport
Economic Problems Prompt State Budget Cuts for the Virginia Commission for the Arts
Shared Stage
Deaf Actor Hopes More People Learn To Use Sign Language
Sign Language Interpreter Sees Job As A Ministry
Deciding Moment: Bout With Cancer Makes Woman Realizes Art is Her Passion
Arts Commission E-Newsletter 'Spotlights' Arts Alliance Mountain Empire
Winners Announced for Rhythm & Roots Photo Competition
Arts Programs Are Part Of Bristol's Progress
'Desperate Hours' is Good Ol' Fashioned Drama at Its Best
Path Clear For Rebirth Of William King Regional Arts Center
Winners Announced in Wildlife Weekend Photography Contest

« Return to A! Archive