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Volume 25, Number 1 — January 2018

Articles

Jay Phyfer continues to work during "retirement'

When Virginia Intermont College closed in 2014, Bristol lost an important institution, and many talented people also lost their jobs.

Marvin Tadlock a part of VI for 42 years

Many people felt the real end of Virginia Intermont didn't come until Marvin Tadlock left his studio in December 2016. While the school closed in 2014, Tadlock continued to rent and work in his studio until the college went on the auction block.

Megan Pinch works in a new medium: wood

Jay Phyfer's "passion for teaching and the incredibly diverse offering of photography classes at VI," drew Megan Pinch to join the photography department at Virginia Intermont College in 2010.

Joe Champagne & Neil Staples continue creating images

Joseph Champagne and Neil Staples were integral members of the photography department at Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, Va.

Perry Johnson continues to teach and exhibit

Perry Johnson is an assistant professor of painting at Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee.

Sam Morrow teaches in Connecticut

Sam Morrow, who taught art at Virginia Intermont, is an instructor at Rowayton Arts Center in Fairfield, Connecticut.

Arts For Youth Spotlight

Jamie Kemple wins honors with play

Jamie Kemple recently wrote her first play and won top honors in Barter's Young Playwrights Festival.

January Jams brings diverse lineup

Abingdon Music Experience presents the sixth annual January Jams at Barter Theatre, Abingdon, Virginia.

AAME seeks nominations for Arts Achievement Awards

The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire announces the call for nominations for its fourth AAME Arts Achievement Awards.

Barter Theatre announces its new season lineup

During the season announcement, members of Barter Theatre's resident acting company performed assorted songs and scenes from the upcoming season.

King University hosts Dr. Jeremy Begbie at First Presbyterian Church

King University's Institute for Faith and Culture welcomes Jeremy Begbie, Ph.D., to speak at First Presbyterian Church, Bristol, Tenn.

Locals win 50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Awards

From a pool of more than 350 nominees, the Virginia Commission for the Arts, the state arts agency, has selected several regional organizations or individuals to receive its prestigious "50 for 50 Arts Inspiration Awards."

ETSU faculty and alumni nominated for Grammies

East Tennessee State University faculty and alumni received nominations for the 2018 Grammy Awards or were involved in Grammy-nominated works.

Sunday with Friends begins at library in Abingdon

The Friends of the Washington County Public Library celebrate the 20th anniversary of the annual Sunday with Friends literary series.

VHCC unveils spring's Arts Array films

Virginia Highlands Community College kicks off the Spring 2018 Arts Array Film Series Jan. 15.

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