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The East Tennessee State University Foundation committed $1 million to support the proposed ETSU Arts Center during its annual business meeting.
Building on the success of its master's concentration in storytelling, East Tennessee State University has established an undergraduate minor in the field, which will be available to students in the 2013-14 academic year.
Virginia Intermont College art professor Perry Johnson is one of a select group of faculty members nationwide to participate in a special week-long seminar on Teaching European Art in Context.
The biggest thing in Barter Theatre's big summer musical is ... well, the word "big" hardly describes it.
Hop in, hold on, hit the gas and go! That's the music of Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys.
Hurley, Va., is in Buchanan County, an area rich in coal resources. It is also rich in traditional music, including gospel, old-time and bluegrass.
Barter Theatre, the State Theatre of Virginia, has issued a statement denying any connection to the giant 7-foot-high Styrofoam head found floating in the Hudson River earlier this week.
The March sisters. For many women, these young ladies, from Louisa May Alcott's beloved book, Little Women, are cherished friends from childhood.
At the Tennessee Association of Museum's annual conference, the Museums of Tusculum College received an Award of Commendation.
A new community band is up and running in Bristol and is planning a concert in May.
Milligan College recognized several students for their outstanding work in the college's annual Juried Art Exhibition.
King's Museum of Fine Arts Features the Neal and Alice Caldwell Art Collection
King University has announced the launch of the King University Museum of Fine Arts. The Museum of Fine Arts is a web-based art gallery at museum.king.edu
comprised of the Neal and Alice Caldwell Art Collection.
At a press conference on Friday, April 19, Believe in Bristol, alongside community partners Birthplace of Country Music and Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, revealed plans for a summer packed with free live music and family fun on State Street and beyond.
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