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Volume 24, Number 5 — May 2017

Articles

AAME Gala honors Arts Achievement Award winners

A celebration in honor of the AAME Arts Achievement Awards winners is held Saturday, May 20 at 6 p.m., at the Holiday Inn in Bristol, Virginia.

English Department at King University bebuts undergraduate journal, The Holston

King University's English Department recently debuted a new journal, The Holston.

Nancy Arnold: teacher and performer

Nancy Arnold is an artist who radiates music throughout a wide region of Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee.

Schéry Collins: musician and mathematician

Schéry Collins is an accomplished musician who has shared her talent and expertise across the Tri-Cities region for her entire life.

Marcia & Marvin Gilliam support the arts

Marcia and Marvin Gilliam have been huge supporters of the arts for many years.

Beth McCoy is a huge influence on local musicians

It's difficult to listen to any music in the region without hearing the influence of Beth McCoy.

Benjamin Walls' photos are in museums

Fine art photographer Benjamin Walls' journey had humble beginnings.

Paper Windows winners announced

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.

Arts for Youth Spotlight

Jones opens dialogue about depression

Alissa Jones' first acting role was an orphan in a middle school performance of "Oliver," when she was in elementary school.

New season of Storytelling Live! begins

Storytelling Live!, the International Storytelling Center's renowned teller-in-residence series, kicks off its new season May 2.

Robert Morgan speaks in Abingdon

Robert Morgan, one of America's most distinguished writers, returns to the Washington County Public Library,

Abingdon Music Experience presents Thursday Night Jams

The Abingdon Music Experience, a program of the town's tourism department, began in 2013.

ETSU Pre-College music students win national MTNA competition

Two students from the Pre-College Program of East Tennessee State University's Department of Music have been named the winners of a national music competition.

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