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Volume 24, Number 10 — October 2017


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Southwest Virginia Museum announces 2014 Festival of Trees winners
Fallen Trees Destined for a Higher Use in Abingdon
'Creative Industries' Reports Available
What's Behind the Curtain at Barter Theatre?
BCMA Receives $2.5 million Loan for Cultural Heritage Center
Milligan professors perform with Mannheim Steamroller Christmas concert
King University students' Help-Portrait event holiday treat for local families
Author hopes to empower women with new novel
Author hopes to empower women with new novel
Awards [resentsd to VHF "Juried Fine Art" winners.
Museums benefit from Mary Jo Case's Collection
Artist Fellowship is open for applications
Healthy and Vibrant
Paper Windows: A Photographic Vision of Bristol, a community photo contest, is a yearlong call for photo entries in 12 different sessions collecting and sharing images of the community.

February 2017

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Page 1 - Unconventional Artists
Page 2 - AAME seeks Arts Achievement Award nominations
Page 3 - Maiorana creates flowing metal artwork
Page 4 - Nancy Brooks is fascinated with the possibilities of glass
Page 5 - Robbins uses cattails to create intriguing baskets
Page 6 - Maiorana cont.
Page 7 - Youth Spotlight - Kallie Huffman
Page 8 - Brooks cont.
Page 9 - New stair riser artwork revealed during library open house
Page 10 - A! Calendar
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Page 19 - A! Calendar; VHCC Arts Array 2017 Black Film Series
Page 20 - Sunday with Friends continues; Contra dance in Abingdon
Page 21 - "Mercy Killers\' is on stage at ETSU
Page 22 - Highlands Youth Ensemble Cabaret; Appalachian Men\'s Ensemble
Page 23 - ETSU\'s Travis Graves receives fellowship awar
Page 24 - Ad - Paramount Center for the Arts

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