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Volume 26, Number 5 — May 2019


September 2009 Cover
At the beginning of Kingsport's Sculpture Walk is Hanna Jubran's "Sounds of the Elements," which "announces to all who enter the downtown area at Sullivan and Main Streets that Kingsport is a community that values art."
Photo by Jeffrey Stoner |

September 2009

Volume 16, Number 9

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The Renaissance of Kingsport
Review: Laughter Runs Throughout 'The Foreigner'
Barter Theatre Inks Agreement with E&H College
Bristol Carves Out Niche for Street Musicians
Local Musician Stars in Romantic Comedy
Master Craft Artist / Apprenticeship Program Announced
Take A Tour of Sculpted Chairs at E&H College
Survey: Economic Impact on Artists
Kingsport's Renaissance: Bonnie Macdonald
Kingsport's Renaissance: John Vachon
DVD promotes ETSU Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country Music Program
Kingsport's Renaissance: What Others Are Saying
Kingsport's Renaissance Center a Home for the Arts
Kingsport Art Guild Celebrates 60th Anniversary
Kingsport's Sculpture Walk III
REMINDER: Tell Us Your Story!
Videos about Virginia Arts Organizations on YouTube
Book Review — The Flying Fish: A Patriot's Story of the Cuban Revolution
2009 Rhythm & Roots Reunion Features Five-Year-Old Fiddler
Festival's Signature Art Becomes Abingdon's Public Art
ETSU Professor publishes Memoirs of a Storyteller
Talking Points for Meetings with Virginia Legislators
The Paramount Foundation Receives 2009 Best of Bristol Award
Impact of State Budget Cuts on Virginia Arts Commission
Festival Organizers Pleased with 2009 Rhythm & Roots
Region's Tourism Growth Continues

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