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Volume 24, Number 2 — February 2017

Articles

Maiorana creates flowing metal artwork

Marc Maiorana comes from a tradition of blacksmithing. His father became a blacksmith because he shod horses. Maiorana's artistic metalwork bears no resemblance to a horseshoe.

ETSU's Rusty Sheridan producing short version of longer work with aid of RDC grant

Filmmakers, according to Rusty Sheridan, usually shoot a short film and then make a feature-length adaptation. This East Tennessee State University faculty member, however, is doing things in reverse with his current work, "Madam I'm Adam."

Nancy Brooks is fascinated with the possibilities of glass

Nancy Brooks is passionate about her art and about using art to transform her town, Tazewell, Virginia.

Robbins uses cattails to create intriguing baskets

John Robbins has been involved in art his entire life. "I've always been a painter and sculptor and devoured information about art since childhood." He describes his early artistic self as an abstract expressionist.

Kallie Huffman sees ballet as freedom

Kallie Huffman sees ballet as "freedom."

AAME seeks Arts Achievement Award nominations

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

ETSU's Travis Graves receives fellowship award

The Tennessee Arts Commission awards Individual Artist Fellowships to professional artists who have shown exceptional talent in their chosen disciplines.

New stair riser artwork revealed during library open house

King University's latest art project was unveiled during an open house event hosted by the staff of the E.W. King Library. The art project utilizes the risers on the staircases to showcase the spine of well-loved books.

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