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Volume 26, Number 6 — June 2019


December 2009 Cover
In this issue we focus on a few of our regional arts organizations to tell you how they are coping with stressful economic times without sacrificing quality, why they need help, and how individuals can lend a hand.
Also, find out why business leaders believe in giving to the arts, even in the midst of a recession.

December 2009

Volume 16, Number 12

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Artful Giving in a Difficult Economy
Artful Giving: Why Regional Arts Organizations Need Your Help
Artful Giving: The Arts Depot, Abingdon, Va.
Artful Giving: Barter Theatre, Abingdon, Va.
Artful Giving: The Paramount Center, Bristol, Tenn.
Artful Giving: Symphony of the Mountains, Kingsport, Tenn.
Artful Giving: William King Museum, Abingdon, Va.
Artful Giving: Why Local Businesses Support the Arts
Arts for Youth Spotlight: Taking Home the Gold
Rufus Skeens Award-Winning Poet
IN FOCUS: 'A! Magazine' Champagne Celebration
Barter Theatre Announces 2009 Young Playwright Awards
Highlands Festival Names Outstanding Volunteers
IN FOCUS: 2009 Mistletoe Market A Success
Majority of Nonprofits Use Social Media
Tennessee Art Groups Get New Face
Through the Eyes of a Child
New President of Appalachian Authors Guild
Arts Commission Seeks Advice
Lawmakers Back Bristol Cultural Heritage Project
Sloan Takes Reins at Northeast State Theatre
Jonesborough Theatre Gets New Artistic Director
Niswonger Center Celebrates 5th Anniversary
Winners of Arts Build Communities Awards Announced
Paramount Center Receives Funds from Food City Race Night
Early Deadlines for FEBRUARY A! Magazine for the Arts
'From These Hills' Showcases Contemporary Appalachian Art
Public Participation in the Arts
Lease approval gives Holston Mountain Artisans a new home
Barter Theatre on Track for Record-setting Attendance
ETSU Wins Digital Media Awards
Tusculum Costume Shoppe is Where the 'Magic' Happens
Funding for The Crooked Road
Knoxville Art Museum on Cover of Yellow Pages Directory

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