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Volume 26, Number 9 — September 2018

Articles

Steven Cregger excites kids about art

When you walk into Steven Cregger’s art classroom at High Point Elementary School, you’ll find yourself surrounded by colors and energy.

Steven Cregger’s art is on display at school

Steve Cregger was a doodler when he was a child. His parents used it to keep him quiet during church.

McGlothlin Awards honor teachers

Stephen Cregger is one of several local public school teachers in the region to win one of the prestigious McGlothlin Foundation for Excellence in Teaching Awards.

Storytelling Live continues in September

Storytelling Live!, the International Storytelling Center’s celebrated teller-in-residence series, continues its season.

Arts for Youth Spotlight — Isaiah Young

Isaiah loves to be on stage

Isaiah Young had a friend who got him interested in theater at Tennessee High School, Bristol, Tennessee.

Fall season at Mary B. Martin School of the Arts mixes cross-continental music, classic theater, contemporary issues

Artists and audiences this fall explore troubled youth, embattled and grieving families, endangered shorelines, World War II losses and discoveries.

Arts Array film series announces fall season

Virginia Highlands Community College kicks off the Fall 2018 Arts Array Film Series.

Milligan’s new musical theater professor brings stage, classroom experience

It’s almost show time for Milligan College’s new musical theater program, which launches this fall.

New musical theater major coming to Milligan in the fall

Combining its strengths in music and theater, Milligan plans to launch a new major in musical theater in the fall.

Joyful spirits sing in the region

The Appalachian Men’s Ensemble kicks off its sixth season with a concert titled, “Joyful Spirits Sing” Friday, Sept. 28.

Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion held in late September

The Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion is Sept. 21-23 throughout downtown Bristol.

IBMA award nominees include ETSU alumni, students & faculty

Nine individuals associated with East Tennessee State University’s Bluegrass, Old-Time and Country Music Studies program are nominees for 2018 International Bluegrass Music Association awards.

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