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March 2009 Cover
Far left, a sketch of a Bernina Fashion Show gown by Linda Stewart and, far right, a bridal gown she designed to celebrate the Millennium.* Back row, from left, four designs by Sarah Jane Walls and two (front and back) of a Bernina purple gown by Linda Stewart.
* Photo by David Clapp, The Art of Photography. Bernina gowns photographed by Kim Coffman, courtesy of Bernina and Quilts, Inc.

March 2009

Volume 16, Number 3

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A Passion for Fashion: The Art of Designing Clothes
A Passion for Fashion: First Ladies & Fashion
A Passion for Fashion: Inspiration & Training
A Passion for Fashion: The Industry
A Passion for Fashion: Is Fashion Art?
A Passion for Fashion: Personal Style & The Creative Process
A Passion for Fashion: Running A Business
Youth Spotlight: Joseph Culp
Book Review: 'Strange As This Weather Has Been'
The Secrets of Slumdog Millionaire's Success
Sculpture Helps Revitalize Bristol's Oldest Neighborhood
E&H Trumpet Ensemble in Elite National, International Events
Cartier Show Is A Testament To Local Artistic Talent
Free Help Offered to Nonprofit Arts Groups
Making Music ... And A Difference
John Battle Student Designs 'Wings & Wheels' Artwork
Endowment Establishes School of the Arts at ETSU
News from Americans for the Arts
Living A Hollywood Dream
'Book Club' Kits Available from Johnson City Library
Barter's Adjoining Trances Explores Two Tortured, Successful Lives
As Economy Plummets, Activity At Local Library Booms
Afterschool Adventures: A Potter's Wheel Dizzying for Some, Calming for Others
Area Artist Receives VMFA Fellowship Award
Music Museum To Stay In Bristol, Va.
Stars Shine in ETSU Program Faculty
Thomas Johnston Was Bristol's Portrait Painter
Review: Suzanne Stryk is 'Keeping An Eye On Things'
CD Reviews: Ralph Stanley II, Robert Plant with Alison Krauss
Knoxville Student Wins Poetry Out Loud State Final
Review: Barter Theatre Stages 'Of Mice and Men'
NEA Releases Research on Artist Unemployment Rates

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