Volume 17, Number 8Click here to download the issue in PDF format.
Installation Art at Two Local Venues
"Cohabitants" Installation at William King Museum
"Peripheral Vision" Installation at Emory & Henry College
A Brief History of Installation Art
Youth Spotlight: Benjamin Dawson
Lachmann Hosts "Women on Air" on E&H Radio Station
Artisan Trail Unfolds in Bristol and Washington County
U.S. House Designates "Arts in Education Week"
NEA Receives Funding Increase in House Subcommittee
Behind the Scenes at Barter Theatre
Workshop Showcases An Appalachian Tradition
Artisans Bring Creations to Life at Festival
Music Teacher wins Songwriting Contests
Barter Alumna Patricia Neal Dies
Tennessee Receives $1 Million for Arts Education
Highlands Camera Club Awards
Five Area Youth Honored
Abingdon Talent Show
Bristol's Newest Downtown Decor
Short Film is Only the Beginning
Local Artist Creates Championship Painting for U.S. Pony Finals
Jack Hinshelwood Named Executive Director of 'The Crooked Road'
Barter Theatre announces Coloring Contest Winners
Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights
"Mountain Stage" Celebrates "Birthplace of Country Music"
Actor/Producer Finds Challenges, Future
Art by E&H Professor Selected for 'New American Paintings'
Celtic Musician Originally Played Rock-n-Roll
Campfire Stories: "Is there magic in the woods?"
Deadlines for October 2010 Print Edition
Community Band, Tusculum College Form Partners
William King Museum Planning to Move
Highlands Ballet Hires Tomi Wortham Short
Grant to help initiate Book Clubs for Adults with Disabilities
Arrowmont to Remain in Gatlinburg
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