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July 2009 Cover
John Case, a native of Kingsport, Tenn., is now an antiques appraiser in Knoxville, Tenn. The jar he is holding descended through the Harr family of Sullivan County, Tenn.
(Photo courtesy of Case Antiques, Inc.)

July 2009

Volume 16, Number 7

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Early Regional Pottery
Early Regional Pottery: Q&A with John Case
Early Regional Pottery: Local History
Early Regional Pottery: Recreating History
Rising Third Grader Wins Photography Award
Arts Alliance Names New Officers
Barter Theatre Awards Scholarships
R.E.A.D.S Now Offers Thousands of iPod-Compatible Audiobooks
Harnessing Motion: Professor's Cast-Off Metal Creations
Highlands Ballet Dancers in Prestigious Summer Workshops
Officials Fear Abducted Caterpillars May Never Be Found
Americans for the Arts report on Arts in Schools
Watauga Valley Art League Announces Winners of Summer Art Show
The Big Read: Grants & Films for 2009-2010
This Year's Virginia Highlands Festival Geared For Youth
REVIEW: "Showtime at First Baptist" on Barter Theatre's Main Stage
Highlands Camera Club Announces Winners
Tennessee Arts Organizations receive Grants From The National Endowment for the Arts
Art Thefts Must Be Stopped
Tennessee Billboards Promote Arts Education
Area Youth Headed To White House For Music Program
Fun Fest Art Show Winners
KMA Acquires Important Contemporary Works
REVIEW: "The Fantasticks' at Barter Theatre
'Liberty!' Named Tennessee's State Outdoor Drama
Writing is a Real Lifelong "Journey' for Local Author
BCMA Seeking Federal Dollars For Work On Cultural Heritage Center
Is Abingdon on the Brink of a New Renaissance?
Winning Virginia Highlands Art on View

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