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Volume 25, Number 4 — April 2018

Articles

Rose Marie Burriss’ faith led to a collection

Rose Marie Burriss’ interest in religious icons began at a young age.

ETSU’s Dr. Michael Cody publishes first novel, ‘Gabriel’s Songbook’

A new novel by an East Tennessee State University English professor offers a glimpse into the workings of Nashville’s music industry.

Mary Jane Miller creates new icons

Mary Jane Miller, former resident of Abingdon, Virginia, who lives in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, has created icons for more than 20 years.

Touching the Sacred at William King

William King Museum of Art, Abingdon, Virginia, celebrates Easter and the beginning of springtime with its “Touching the Sacred” exhibit.

Rhonda Kindig leads tours and teaches about religious art

Rhonda Kindig leads tours of St. Thomas Episcopal Church’s collection of iconography (“The Life of Christ” created by Mary Jane Miller) and teaches an overview of religious art at The College of Older Adults.

AAME hosts award-winning children’s author at library

The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire presents Kimberly Brubaker Bradley as part of its Speaker Series.

Parker Collins on stage for half his life

Parker Collins has been on stage since he was 5 — " half his life.

Arts Array announces April lineup of films

Virginia Highlands Community College announces its April film lineup.

Sunday with Friends hosts director and writer Collete Burson

The Washington County Public Library, Abingdon, Virginia, hosts Collete Burson and Wiley Cash during April.

Art in Bloom Gala and Dueling Designers at William King Museum of Art

William King Museum of Art hosts Art in Bloom April 14-16 with an opening gala April 13 from 7-10 at the museum.

Arts Alliance Achievement Award winners announced

The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire announces its 2018 winners of its Arts Achievement Awards.

SVCC presents Festival of the Arts

Southwest Virginia and southern West Virginia have a rich and vibrant history, the foundation of which has been “written” by the early settlers whose families settled here from many countries abroad.

Thanks to AAME supporters

The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire thanks all those who generously supported our annual fund drive.

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