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Volume 26, Number 7 — July 2019


Classes Articles

The Arts & The Brains of Older Adults
In Search of Appalachian Connections
ETSU at Bristol offers Asian Art, History of Jazz, Intro to Theater & More This Summer
IN FOCUS: Fundraising/Marketing Workshop A Success
TFTA Introduces Arts Advocacy Toolkit
Age, The Arts & Education: Ceramics & Photography
Age, The Arts & Education: Arts Array Discussion Group
Age, The Arts & Education: The Barter (Theatre) Experience
Age, The Arts & Education: Women Writers in Appalachia & the South
Age, The Arts & Education: Improvisation & Creative Movement
Age, The Arts & Education: Poetry, Films & More
Age, The Arts & Education: Programs for Older Adults
Age, The Arts & Education: Historic Examples
'Ocean Gems' Calendar Funds Field Trips to Local Museum
IN FOCUS: Arts Symposium Held in Kingsport
Symphony Partners with YWCA for Free Music Lessons
Afterschool Adventures: A Potter's Wheel Dizzying for Some, Calming for Others
Barter Theatre Acting Classes
Galax Becoming an Artistic Destination
Early Deadlines for JULY Print Edition
State Street Galleries: One of a Kind
State Street Galleries: blowfish emporium
ETSU Adds New Minor in Dance
Arrowmont to Remain in Gatlinburg
Appalachian Connections: Jane MacMorran
Growing the Arts in Johnson City
Johnson City: Root Studio School of Painting & Design
Johnson City: Hands On! Museum
Crooked Road, Heartwood connect region
Look for JUNE A! Magazine on Wednesday, MAY 30
Undergraduate storytelling minor to be available this fall at ETSU
Places to learn or to dance
Donoho prefers traditional design
University of Perry opens in Bristol
KingsportARts has new program planner
The Henderson offers regular classes
Free college courses available this fall at King University for adults ages 60+
Mary B. Martin School of the Arts announces spring line-up
Princess Ballerina Camp registration open

Classes Events

Childrens art classes in Kingsport
Drawing and painting for children classes set
Travis Donovan’s “Mannish” on view at WKMA
Catherine Schrenker leads an open Watercolor class