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Volume 26, Number 6 — June 2019

Articles

Jackie Dolpp wants her work to give joy

Jackie Dolpp has always enjoyed art — whether it was crayons and construction paper as a child or her recent work in watercolor and pastels.

Sheri Chaffin’s art is more than self expression

Sheri Chaffin has used her art for far more than self expression. It’s also been her comfort through the loss of her identical twin and her son.

Renee Pitts encourages artists’ communities

Valerie Renee Pitts, watercolor artist, has been surrounded by creativity throughout her life.

Arts for Youth Spotlight Hahna Kaleigh Bowyer

Theater brought Hahna Kaleigh Bowyer’s parents together and has been a part of her entire life.

Rhythm and Roots line-up announced

Wynonna & The Big Noise and St. Paul & the Broken Bones are slated to headline the 19th annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival in historic downtown Bristol, Tennessee-Virginia this September.

Scenes from the Arts Achievement Awards Gala

More than 100 people gathered to celebrate the winners of the AAME Arts Achievement Awards.

ETSU Chorale competes in Wales

The East Tennessee State University Chorale is gearing up to join competitors from all over the world in the prestigious Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, which is held July 1-7 in Wales, United Kingdom.

Storytelling Live continues teller in residence programming

Storytelling Live!, the International Storytelling Center’s teller-in-residence series, continues its season with an outstanding line-up in June.

Thursday Night Jams continue in June

The Abingdon Music Experience, a program of the town’s tourism department, began in 2013. It organizes January Jams at Barter Theater, Abingdon Main Street Buskerfest in September and Thursday Night Jams from May through July.

Mountains of Music Homecoming celebrates regional heritage

The Crooked Road, Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail, announces plans for the fifth Annual Mountains of Music Homecoming, June 7-15.

Bristol Music Club announces winners

On Saturday, May 4, 30 young musicians ranging from fourth grade to 12th grade competed for more than $5,000 in scholarship funds awarded by the Bristol Music Club.

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