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Volume 25, Number 3 — March 2018


Stryk’s ‘Notes on the State of Virginia’ is on exhibit

Suzanne Stryk’s “Notes on the State of Virginia” begins March 1 at the William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia.

Stryk: From scientific illustrator to artist

Suzanne Stryk started as a scientific illustrator in the ‘80s.

Barter Theatre asked to expand to Mount Airy

The City of Mount Airy, North Carolina, is looking to develop the former Spencer’s Mill industrial property downtown, and asked Barter Theatre to expand operations.

Sunday with Friends continues at library

The 2018 “Sunday with Friends” literary series in Abingdon, Virginia, hosts Janisse Ray.

Arts for youth spotlight: Emily McCraw

Emily McCraw was born into a musical family.

Arts Array announces March lineup

Virginia Highlands Community College announces its March lineup.

Paramount Bristol announces spring lineup

The spring lineup at Paramount Center for the Arts, Bristol. Tenn., runs the gamut from country to comedy, classic rock to indie films, and chamber music to bluegrass.

King University’s professor’s play premieres at United Solo Festival in New York City

King University theater professor Kiara Pipino premiered her one-woman play, “Everyone’s a Hero with Someone Else’s Tit,” on Broadway in New York City at the eighth annual United Solo Festival.

ETSU alumni and staff win Grammy awards

East Tennessee State University alumni Brent Burke and Hunter Berry and all members of Rhonda Vincent and The Rage, took home a Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album during the 60th annual Grammy Awards.

Johnson City Library receives funding for new craft area for youth

The Arts Committee of the GFWC The Monday Club of Johnson presented Johnson City Public Library Director Robin Westphal with a check for $2,500 to help pay for a dedicated craft area in the Youth Services department of the library.

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